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Letter from Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer Regarding Her Endorsement of Tommy Hough

Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer sent this e-mail to her database this morning as part of her endorsement of Tommy Hough.

In 2020, you were a part of a movement to flip the San Diego County Board of Supervisors from red to blue and usher in an era of progressive governance that is more inclusive, transparent, and responsive to our community.

That election and the results that have been delivered since I took office were never about me – they were about what we could accomplish, together.

Thanks to your partnership, our region is taking enormous strides forward in the fight for social and environmental justice.

So much work remains ahead of us, and to move the ball forward, our community needs more partners in elected office. That is why I am proud to endorse Mira Mesa resident Tommy Hough for San Diego City Council, District 6.

As a lifelong environmental champion and the co-founder of San Diego County Democrats for Environmental Action, Tommy knows what is at stake as we confront the climate emergency and is prepared to take the hard votes that this moment warrants.

That is why the sprawl developers who want to pave over San Diego’s precious open space are mobilizing to stop him – because he will fight for our future, not their pocketbooks.

Tommy will stand for us, so I’m asking you to stand with him.

Will you join me on Sunday, August 29th, at 5:30 p.m. in Mira Mesa for a fundraiser to support Tommy and fight for our shared values?

committed neighborhood advocate, Tommy understands how we need to tackle our region’s interconnected infrastructure, housing, and transportation crises.

Tommy’s grassroots campaign represents a unique opportunity for our movement to elect a partner at the city with the values and knowledge to advance the same bold leadership we are bringing to the County.

I am excited to support Tommy Hough for San Diego City Council and I hope you can as well.

Read more about Tommy here and join me on Sunday, August 29th, in Mira Mesa (address available upon RSVP).

In solidarity,