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Oceanside Police Officers’ Association Endorses Brian Maryott for Congress

POA serving the most populous city in CA-49 endorses Maryott for Congress

OCEANSIDE, Calif. — Brian Maryott was today endorsed by the Oceanside Police Officers’ Association.
“The Oceanside Police Officers’ Association is committed to working with elected leaders to secure the safety of our officers and community. We believe Brian Maryott is the right pick for the 49th District because he will fight for our cities, our law enforcement officers, and our first responders in Congress,” said Jim Ridenour, President of the Oceanside POA.

The Oceanside POA represents the Police Officers who protect the lives, property, and constitutional rights of the citizens of Oceanside, the most populous city in the 49th District. The OPOA joins the Deputy Sheriff’s Association of San Diego in supporting Maryott and showing that Brian Maryott is “Law Enforcement’s Choice”.

“I respect and admire the sacrifice our public safety officers make every day in order to protect our communities. That’s why I am fully committed to being an ally for local law enforcement in Congress and ensuring they get the resources and support they need to keep us safe,” said Maryott.

California’s 49th District encompasses portions of both northern San Diego County and southern Orange County. The district covers the coastal cities of Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano, San Clemente, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Solana Beach, and Del Mar. The inland portion of the district contains Rancho Santa Fe, Rancho Santa Margarita, and Mission Viejo.

Maryott is a Certified Financial Planner who spent most of his career helping families save for a rainy day, send their kids to college and retire with dignity. As the Mayor of San Juan Capistrano, he has a proven record of reform and a history of working with people from all walks of life to get results.
CA-49 is a swing district with a Cook PVI of R+1 and a R+3 voter registration advantage. To learn more about Maryott and his campaign, please visit