|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||Contact: Jordan Cunningham
|August 9, 2016||Phone: 805.391.7474|
San Luis Obispo County Supervisors Agree— Jordan Cunningham for Assembly
Templeton, CA— Former Deputy District Attorney and candidate for Assembly, Jordan Cunningham, has earned support from a majority of the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. Those supporting Cunningham’s campaign to represent the county at the state level include: Supervisors Lynn Compton, Debbie Arnold and Frank Mecham.
Elected in 2014 and the current chair of the board, Compton said about Cunningham, “Jordan will provide the pragmatic leadership that our region needs in Sacramento. I’m confident that his policies will promote job creation, enhance public safety, and ensure a stronger future for Central Coast residents, families, and business owners.”
For years, Cunningham worked on behalf of crime victims on the Central Coast as a member of the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s office. During this time, he prosecuted a wide variety of crimes – including fraud, assault, domestic violence, and environmental crimes.
In addition to fighting for residents in the courtroom, Cunningham has dedicated countless hours to the region’s youth as a volunteer coach and member of the Templeton Unified School Board. He is also the former President of the Central Coast Taxpayers Association, an organization dedicated to taxpayer education and government accountability.
“I have known Jordan for decades,” said Debbie Arnold. “He has always demonstrated a common-sense approach when tackling the issues facing our region and our residents. As our Assemblyman, he will be an asset to the San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara communities that he represents.”
Born and raised in the district, Cunningham is committed to using his experience and passion for the community in which he has always called home to advocate for safer streets, a stronger public education system, and policies that encourage, not discourage, small businesses to expand and create jobs.
“I trust that Jordan’s experience and knowledge of the region will permit him to make educated decisions that move our communities forward,” said Frank Mecham.
Jordan Cunningham lives in Templeton with his wife, Shauna, and their four children.
To learn more about Jordan, visit: http://www.JordanCunningham.org