Peters for Congress Launches New Website Design

May 7, 2014


Peters for Congress Launches New Website Design

New layout launched as mail voters seek candidate information

San Diego – The Scott Peters for Congress campaign unveiled a refreshed, newly designed website today. It is launched just as voters across the 52nd congressional district begin receiving mail ballots this week for the 2014 primary election on June 3.

“As I continue my work in Congress to create middle class jobs, protect our environment, serve our veterans, and guarantee civil rights for all Americans, this new, more robust website will help voters get the information they need to understand the dramatic contrasts between me and the challengers in this race,” Peters said.

The new format is simpler to navigate and makes it easier for voters to read breaking news, learn about new endorsements and upcoming events, as well as how to get involved and find their polling place.

A recently updated issues section reflects Peters’ experiences serving the 52nd District in Congress, as well as his record while on the City Council and as a San Diego Port Commissioner.

Scott Peters was elected to Congress in 2012 and serves on the House Armed Services and Science Space and Technology Committees. He has a track record of bipartisan leadership and is recognized across as San Diego and in Washington D.C. as an effective, pragmatic, problem-solver who gets things done.




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