NORTH COUNTY DEMOCRAT STEPS UP ENDORSEMENTS IN FLETCHER’S TURF
SAN DIEGO – April 29, 2012 ‐ State Assembly Candidate Ruben (RJ) Hernandez has been extending his moderate political platform across North County and inviting constituents to add their ideas to reform policies and “make this sate work.” The Poway, Black Mountain and Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Clubs signed on board with him since the state party endorsed Hernandez in February.
"We've been building a lot of momentum and have had a positive response in our meetings with community leaders, elected officials, educators, businesses and constituents,” Hernandez says, campaigning as a small businessman and educator. “The support is appreciated.”
Increasingly Hispanic and moderate, District 77 is at the core of key population shifts, voting for Democratic presidential candidate Barak Obama in 2008. Hernandez aims his campaign at regional issues that will create jobs, reboot political energy and reform education. “I have seen politicians come and go but solid repeatable systems never stick,” he says. “I don't have any political baggage
weighing me down, and will listen aggressively to engage the obstacles we face as a community.”
Other key supporters include the Latino Legislative Caucus and the San Diego Young Democrats.
Hernandez is out to claim a region comprised of Poway, Rancho Bernardo, 4S Ranch, Rancho Penasquitos, Rancho Santa Fe, Carmel Valley, Mira Mesa, Scripps Ranch, Tierrasanta, Kearny Mesa, and North and East Clairemont. Find out more about District 77 and RJ Hernandez at http://www.rjhernandez.org.