Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Victor Gonzalez Endorses Steve Castaneda for Assembly  

Putting Community Before Self-Interest Matters

CHULA VISTA, Calif. – Being a problem solver and committed to the community, Victor Gonzalez, President of the San Diego County Chapter of the National Latino Peace Officers Association, proudly announces his support of Steve Castaneda for Assembly.

Gonzalez, a resident of the 80th Assembly District, and the NLPOA organization share a mission to honor family, education and community through service and mentorship.

“Steve Castaneda is the best candidate for Assembly in the 80th District because I know that his commitment to our community is genuine,” said Victor Gonzalez, President of the NLPOA’s San Diego County Chapter. “Steve has been serving our community for more than two decades and isn’t someone who recently moved into the district for personal or political gain.

“We have serious problems in our community and in our state and Steve Castaneda is the only candidate who has a proven track record of improving the lives of all people in our community.”
Gonzalez says that Castaneda is the best choice for the 80th Assembly District in the upcoming special election being held on May 21, 2013.       

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

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