San Diego City Councilman Scott Sherman Endorses Joe Leventhal

(San Diego, CA) – San Diego City Councilman Scott Sherman today announced his endorsement of Joe Leventhal in the race for San Diego City Council, District 5.
 
“Joe Leventhal is a hardworking, engaging candidate that will serve the City of San Diego well,” said Sherman. “I wholeheartedly support Joe’s platform of bold leadership to tackle San Diego’s challenges, and believe that he will build upon the progress we have made on the City Council. Joe has my complete endorsement.”

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Mark Kersey Endorses Joe Leventhal in the Race for His Council Seat

(San Diego, CA) – Mark Kersey, term-limited District 5 City Councilman, today announced his endorsement of Joe Leventhal in the race for his council seat.

“Joe Leventhal is the kind of bold leader that San Diego needs to bring real solutions to the table,” said Councilman Kersey. “I trust that Joe will serve the people of District 5 with integrity, and I look forward to seeing him build on our substantial progress on critical issues like homelessness, road repair, and fiscal reform as a member of the City Council.”

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Republican Party of San Diego County Endorses Joe Leventhal for San Diego City Council

(San Diego, CA) – The Republican Party of San Diego County last night announced their endorsement of Joe Leventhal for San Diego City Council, District 5 by its elected Central Committee members.

“Joe has proven himself to be a hardworking, effective candidate,” said Tony Krvaric, Chairman of the Republican Party of San Diego County. “I am confident that he will be an advocate for San Diego’s taxpayers by advancing strong fiscal reform and accountability on the City Council. I urge my fellow Republicans to join me in supporting Joe Leventhal for City Council.”

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San Diego Asian Americans for Equality (SDAAFE) Foundation Endorse Joe Leventhal

(San Diego, CA) – San Diego Asian Americans for Equality (SDAAFE) Foundation today announced its endorsement of Joe Leventhal for San Diego City Council.
 
“Joe Leventhal is a hardworking and thoughtful leader who appreciates the diverse demographics in the region,” said Steve Hsieh, SDAAFE President. “I am confident that he will work to improve the quality of life for the thousands of Asian Americans living in San Diego. SDAAFE is proud to endorse Joe’s bid for City Council, District 5.”

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Supervisor Dianne Jacob Announces Endorsement of Joe Leventhal for City Council

(San Diego, CA) – San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob today announced her endorsement of Joe Leventhal for San Diego City Council, District 5.
 
Supervisor Jacob was first elected to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors in 1992. Now serving a seventh consecutive term, she has held elective office longer than anyone in San Diego County government history. Supervisor Jacob has earned a reputation over her decades of service as a tireless fighter for taxpayers and as an advocate for government accountability.

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Joe Leventhal Sets Record by Raising $61,000 in First 36 Hours of City Council Campaign

(San Diego, CA) - Former Ethics Commissioner and local attorney, Joe Leventhal, today announced that he raised over $61,000 in the 36 hours after announcing his candidacy for San Diego City Council, District 5, setting a record for 36-hour initial fundraising by any city council candidate.

Leventhal’s 36-hour fundraising total exceeds every declared candidate’s fundraising numbers in the last full reporting period. The $61,000 raised does not include any personal contributions and excludes the $2,000 Leventhal loaned to the campaign to open the account. As a former Ethics Commissioner for the City of San Diego, Joe was restricted from officially launching his campaign until Tuesday, September 10.

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Joe Leventhal Launches Campaign for San Diego City Council, District 5

(San Diego, CA) – Local attorney and former Ethics Commissioner, Joe Leventhal, today announced his candidacy for San Diego City Council, District 5. As a former Ethics Commissioner for the City of San Diego, Joe was restricted from officially launching his campaign until today.

“I’m running to bring bold leadership to the City Council, to significantly reduce the number of homeless in our city, improve our roads, and bolster public safety,” said Leventhal. “I am looking forward to the opportunity to work hard for every vote and deliver for the people of council district five.”

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