Ethical and Effective Leadership for San Diego District 6
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Support Our Issues-Based, Neighborhood Campaign
As we head into the final month of campaigning, there are multiple opportunities for you to support our issues-based effort, focused on re-building our roads, fixing our infrastructure, addressing our housing and homeless crises, and ensuring public safety in our neighborhoods. You can join us for fundraising events with Congressman Scott Peters on Saturday, Oct. 13, Senate President pro tem Toni Atkins on Tuesday, Oct. 16, and with the San Diego Democrats for Equality on Thursday, Oct. 18. Or simply make a contribution today.
The Case Against My Opponent
This month marks the one-year anniversary of Chris Cate's admission, after months of silence, that he was the source of the Soccer City Memo leak. Despite a lengthy investigation and paying a large fine, Chris Cate is running for re-election as though nothing happened. He hopes ethics don't matter to you, but when a public official chooses lobbyists over his neighbors, he has undermined the very concept of serving as a public official. To emphasize the point, our campaign has released a new video.
Yard Signs Are Available – We'll Deliver One or More to You
Our Tommy Hough for City Council yard signs are showing up everywhere, so e-mail us your name and full address, and we can have one delivered to you. We also have a limited number of 4' x 8' signs which we can install for you. Our signs are available at Tommy Hough for City Council events, our campaign office, the San Diego County Democratic Party office, or anywhere Tommy may be speaking. Yard signs are a great way to demonstrate your support!
Tommy Files Ethics Complaint Against Councilmember Chris Cate
Tommy filed an ethics complaint against Councilmember Chris Cate after our team found he was late reporting several thousand dollars' worth of behested payments from multiple special interests. This is the same Chris Cate who gave your classified city information to a lobbyist, and the same Chris Cate whose campaign solicited city employees for campaign contributions. Vote for ethical and effective leadership focused on the neighborhoods of District 6 with a vote for Tommy – not more of the same Downtown lobbyist games.