Sunday, March 24, 2013

Longtime Chula Vista Police Chief Strongly Endorses Steve Castaneda for Assembly

Public Safety and Commitment to Children in the Community Matters

CHULA VISTA, Calif. – Protecting public safety and an outstanding commitment to children are two major reasons retired Chula Vista Police Chief Bill Winters proudly supports Steve Castaneda for Assembly.

Winters, a resident of the 80th Assembly District, served as Chula Vista Police Chief from 1965 to 1992. Since his retirement from the police department, he has been heavily involved with South Bay Little League Baseball.

“I am proud to endorse Steve Castaneda for Assembly because I know that his dedication to public safety is unmatched,” said Bill Winters, Chula Vista’s Police Chief for 26 years. “Not only is Steve’s commitment to the residents of the 80th Assembly District unwavering, but his proven record of improving the lives of our kids is well documented.

“We’ve worked together on many things in the long time I’ve known him, but a perfect example of Steve’s ability to get things done for our community was when he took the lead in helping to repair a youth baseball facility in south Chula Vista.” 

Winters says that Castaneda is the best choice for the 80th Assembly District in the upcoming June 2013 special election.       

About Steve Castaneda for State Assembly

Steve Castaneda, a fiscally conservative Democrat, is a small business owner and former two-term Chula Vista councilmember. He is the father of two sons and is married to his beautiful and talented wife, Tanya Mannes Castaneda. The 80th Assembly District is located in southwest California, encompassing portions of Chula Vista, San Diego and National City. The 80th District special election is a result of an impending vacancy created by Assemblyman Ben Hueso's election to the California State Senate and will be held in early June 2013.

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