Republican Party of San Diego County Endorses Brian Maryott for Congress
Republican Party of San Diego County Announces Endorsement of Brian Maryott in the race for California’s 49th Congressional District
(San Diego, CA) – On Monday night, the Republican Party of San Diego County (RPSDC) announced its endorsement of Brian Maryott for Congress.
“The Republican Party of San Diego County endorses Brian Maryott in the competitive race for California’s 49th District because Brian is consistently fighting for the best interests of our communities. Brian is the only Republican candidate who will defeat Mike Levin, one of the most far-left and extremist members of Congress,” said Tony Krvaric, chair of the RPSDC. “I’m proud to say that Brian has the full support and endorsement of the Republican Party of San Diego County and its members.”
The Republican Party of San Diego County’s endorsement, adds to the growing list of supporters of Brian Maryott for Congress. Brian is already endorsed by San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond, Orange County Supervisor Don Wagner, the Chairman of Reform California Carl DeMaio, Carlsbad Mayor Matt Hall, Vista Mayor Judy Ritter, Oceanside Mayor Peter Weiss, Mission Viejo Mayor Greg Raths, and over 80 local elected officials and community leaders.
“The endorsement of the Republican Party of San Diego County is an important milestone for our campaign. I’m grateful for their trust and endorsement,” said Brian Maryott. “I will continue sharing my priorities of holding government accountable, fixing our broken immigration system, and growing our economy to benefit all in the 49th District.”
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 www.BrianMaryott.com.