|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||Contact: Jordan Cunningham
|August 2, 2016||Phone: 805.391.7474|
Mary Ann Reiss endorses Jordan Cunningham for Assembly
Templeton, CA— Former Deputy District Attorney and candidate for Assembly, Jordan Cunningham, has earned the endorsement of small business owner and Pismo Beach City Councilmember, Mary Ann Reiss.
Currently serving as a member of the council, Reiss was the first person to ever be elected or serve in the capacity as Mayor for the city of Pismo. A committed member of her community and grandmother of eight, Reiss will always be recognized for her selfless leadership and willingness to place the wellbeing of others above her own.
“The Central Coast is home for Jordan. This is where he raises his family and dedicates his time,” said Reiss. “His public and private sector experience, objective approach to the issues, and commitment to seeing our communities and residents succeed, makes him the best person for the job.”
In addition to Reiss’ support, Cunningham has also earned the endorsements of Pismo Beach Mayor Shelly Higginbotham and Mayor Pro-Tem Ed Waage.
In a previous statement regarding her support of Cunningham’s campaign, Higginbotham said, “We need a leader who truly understands our region; someone who can protect the unique qualities that make it so special, who takes a problem solving approach to policy, and will fight for taxpayers and hard-working families. Jordan is that person and I am proud to support his campaign.”
Often recognized for his work to protect crime victims as a former Deputy DA in San Luis Obispo County, Cunningham has also spent a number of years fighting for hard-working families and taxpayers. As the former President of the Central Coast Taxpayers Association, he led an organization dedicated to educating taxpayers and ensuring government accountability.
Cunningham’s commitment to bettering the Central Coast’s communities can be demonstrated through his regional involvement. He volunteers time with numerous local youth organizations and serves as an elected member of the Templeton Unified School Board. As a father, Cunningham will work to increase local control and wants to ensure school districts are preparing students for a 21st century economy.
Jordan lives in Templeton with his wife, Shauna, and their four children.
To learn more about Jordan, visit: http://www.JordanCunningham.org