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DATE: July 21, 2022
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SD Democrats to Open First Ever Campaign HQs in San Marcos Saturday
Office will house anchor tenant Scott Peters for Congress plus three other local campaigns
San Marcos – On Saturday, July 23, the San Diego County Democratic Party’s first ever campaign headquarters in the city of San Marcos will open its doors at a grand opening event from 10 a.m. to noon at 277 S. Rancho Santa Fe Road, Suite Q, R, S, San Marcos. Candidate speaking program begins at 10:30.
The Scott Peters for Congress campaign is the primary tenant for the new office which also houses campaign staff for Joseph Rocha for State Senate, Tiffany Boyd-Hodgson for San Diego County Supervisor, and Randy Walton for San Marcos Mayor.
“I’ve loved getting to know San Marcos, Escondido and other parts of the new 50th congressional district I’ve not yet had the honor to represent,” said Peters. “I look forward to learning more about these communities and to campaigning alongside these fantastic local candidates.”
“As a first-time candidate, the grandson of a farmworker, and the son of a truck driver, I am thrilled to share this major milestone,” Rocha said. “As a Navy and Marine veteran, I’m proud to put my training and service to use in my community. When we campaign together, we win together!”
“The opening of a Democratic Party headquarters in San Marcos is larger than any one race,” said Boyd-Hodgson. “It is recognition and validation of the changes taking place across North County. North County is the growth center of San Diego County where the population is becoming more diverse and more Democratic leaning. This headquarters here in San Marcos is recognition of the growing importance of San Marcos politically and strategically for the San Diego Democratic Party. I am thrilled to be a part of it!”
Peters currently represents California’s 52nd Congressional district which includes San Diego, Coronado, and Poway. He is seeking re-election in California’s new 50th which includes San Diego, Coronado, San Marcos, and a southern portion of Escondido.