Businesswoman and Water Advocate Kristie Bruce-Lane, Candidate For California Assembly District 76 Receives Early Endorsement From The Republican Party San Diego County

San Diego, CA – The Republican Party San Diego County voted to early endorse Kristie Bruce-Lane for California State Assembly District 76.

“I grew up in California and benefited from the opportunities that our state provided. But now Sacramento politicians’ high taxes and growing cost of living, homelessness, increased crime and our failing schools are driving Californians to leave our state in record numbers,” said Bruce-Lane. “This Assembly seat is an open seat and the strongest pick-up seat in California. In addition to The Republican Party San Diego County, I have received unwavering support and endorsements from top elected officials including Congressman Darrell Issa, Senate Republican Minority Leader Brian Jones and Assembly Republican Minority Leader James Gallagher and many other elected officials and leaders in our community. I am poised to win and I look forward to going to work in Sacramento for our hard working families.”

Kristie is a principled conservative that is fiscally responsible and is a fighter for taxpayers. Following a successful career in agriculture and healthcare, Bruce-Lane was elected to serve as a Director for Olivenhain Municipal Water Board. Active in her community, Kristie serves as a the CEO of The Thumbprint Project Foundation, Continuum of Care Member for the Regional Task Force on the Homeless, Salvation Army Metropolitan Board Member, Board Member President’s Council Palomar Health and Board Member San Diego Council on Literacy.

The 76th Assembly district encompasses a large portion of northern San Diego County including San Marcos, Escondido, Rancho Bernardo, 4S Ranch, Carmel Valley, Rancho Penasquitos and unincorporated Vista.

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