Do you remember...
- When government was of the people and for the people and worked together to make our country better?
- Are you as tired as we are of the fiscal mismanagement that individual and small business tax payers are getting stuck with?
- Are you looking for someone who understands and cares for the working class?
- Someone who has had to make the decisions you have had to make to get by?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions then join the PEP Rally! We need YOU!! Donations and volunteers are needed to help us take back America!
Below are the districts we want to win to help take back San Diego, California and the nation! Please help us make a difference today!
George Plescia San Diego District 39
George Plescia represents a new generation of leaders who aren’t afraid of words like bi-partisan or compromise. Respected for his ability to reach across the aisle to build consensus on some of California’s larger issues of the day, there is little wonder why George’s candidacy for State Senate has shaken things up.
Recognizing his ability to work with all parties, former San Diego Mayor Dick Murphy selected George and nine other community leaders to serve on the Sorrento Valley Traffic Subcommittee. Tasked with expediting a new route through San Diego’s growing technology corridor, George worked with multiple coalitions to open the Vista Sorrento Parkway to expand our local economy.
Highlights of George’s legislative work include an historic agreement between Southern California water agencies, expanding Megan’s Law protections, and ensuring our gas taxes are dedicated to their intended purpose of keeping our local roads and bridges in repair and our economy growing.
George’s experience serving on the Assembly Budget, Health, Government Organization and Water, Parks and Wildlife committees helped him achieve a record of bi-partisan accomplishments. For his achievements, George ‘s record was recognized by the Building Owners and Managers Association who named him San Diego Public Official of the Year; BIOCOM named him Legislator of the Year and the San Diego Chamber of Commerce awarded him their Advocate for Business Award.
Mary England San Diego District 79
As a city councilmember and a small business owner, I have grown increasingly frustrated with the fiscal mismanagement and political game-playing in our state capitol. The politicians in Sacramento have increased the tax and regulatory burdens on California business, seemingly unconcerned about the harm it does to our state’s employment rate.
I believe that our state urgently needs leaders with real world experience and the strength to make the tough decisions necessary to restore the luster of our Golden State. After much consideration, I have decided to step up and join the reform effort by entering the race for the 79th State Assembly District.
My priorities will be to encourage private sector job growth, balance the state budget without raising taxes and reform of the state’s public pension system.
Fixing California so that it works again for all citizens is a daunting task. But it’s a challenge that I am prepared to meet. My experiences as a businesswoman, as a member of the Lemon Grove City Council and my role as a chamber of commerce executive have given me valuable perspective on what we need for a healthy, vibrant economy.
I intend to bring common sense and real world experience to our state capitol. I hope you’ll join me in that fight.
Nick Popaditch California District 53
" As a career Marine, I have dedicated my life to service to this Nation. In combat, I fought for all Americans and alongside every race, creed, and color of this great Nation. I will take that same ethic to Washington DC, representing the 53rd District.
I have also worked in the private sector, working for a small construction company in La Mesa. I knew then, as I do now, that raising taxes on my employer or adding restrictions on him just meant lower wages and less work for me, the workingman.
I am of the working class, and I know the reality of tough financial choices. Today, our Nation faces similar difficult decisions to balance our federal budget. I have witnessed first hand the best in Americans and know that our federal government often best serves us by getting out of our way. Leave revenue here in our community where it can grow jobs. I believe in one set of rules and one set of civil rights for everybody.
I graduated with honors from San Diego State University. My home is in Chula Vista, where I earn a modest living as an author while I complete my teaching credential. I live in this community and know solutions are found here, not in Washington DC. I reject politics of division. As your Representative, I will serve all in this community, not just those of one political party."