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Friends:
 
I answer this call to run because I believe in representative democracy. I believe with every election season and subsequent governing term, public faith in our institutions should improve as it is made clear through legislative activity that the concerns of the people to whom we commit representation are addressed.  For inland San Diego North County and Temecula, I am ready to take the cause to Sacramento and bring the change needed for our communities.   
 
I see many factors that contribute to waning faith, depressed voter turnout, and general political apathy. In the coming months, I will address the divisive nature of our discourse and the belief by many citizens that their elected officials primarily represent those with the deepest pockets. Too many feel that their voices go unheard and overlooked.  
 
It is my mission and intention to be an advocate for every resident of the 75th Assembly District regardless of political leaning. I believe in running a clean, higher-purposed campaign that highlights the most important issues we agree on and provides ground for meaningful and constructive conversations on ones where we do not agree.  
 
It is with this spirit that I commence on this journey to earn your support for our people-first campaign.  This campaign is not about me, it’s about us, and it’s about YOU and your family and friends.  So please provide feedback, encouraging or critical.  I look forward to hearing from you all and meeting you on the campaign trail!

Alan Geraci


News

Sunday, October 22, 2017 12:00 AM

Blue Wave

The environment right now suggests that Republican incumbents are vulnerable. President Trump’s approval ratings are in the mid-30s, even amid a strong economy, and it’s hard to see how the environment will improve much for the GOP by next year. And one way Democrats have been responding to Trump’s various norm violations is by running for office and by record numbers!


Thursday, October 19, 2017 9:22 PM

City of Escondido sells out Library services

Our public library is no more.  It is now a corporate run concern whose company is answerable to its shareholders not the citizens of Escondido.  This decision will be challenged, and ultimately decided, in court.  It will be argued that the City Council’s decision is ultra vires (beyond the scope of their authority) and whose Board of Trustees is correctly entrusted with such decisions.  The Board of Trustees did not agree with this privatization of public services.  

 

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/north-county/sd-no-library-vote-20171017-story.html


Friday, September 15, 2017 12:00 AM

Campaign Finance Reform

Right now, California has the chance to lead the nation in the fight to stop secret money from buying elections – by passing AB 249, the California DISCLOSE Act. AB 249 will strike a major blow against secret money by requiring ballot measure ads to clearly and prominently show the real names of their top 3 funders – the first bill in the nation to do so.


Wednesday, September 13, 2017 12:00 AM

A Temecula afternoon with Alan Geraci

Dan Stafford interview s Alan Geraci, Candidate for Assembly District 75, on behalf of the Temecula Democratic Club. 


Sunday, September 10, 2017 10:38 AM

The corporate media ignores climate change.

The corporate media covers the devastation of massive hurricanes Harvey and Irma 24 hours per day. The devastation is massive, historic and deeply concerning. But, the media reports the devastation while completely ignoring the rest of the story.

The science is simple. According to research meteorologists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, current climate models suggest that a rise in global temperatures may potentially lead to fewer hurricanes in the Atlantic basin, but those that do form would be more intense, thanks to warmer water near the ocean surface, and bring heavier rainfall because of increased moisture in the air.

Continuing to ignore the full breadth of the story is immoral and irresponsible journalism. Continued pandering to the fossil fuel industry is the reason but must stop if we are to ever develop the aggressive policies needed to save the planet.


Committee to Elect Alan Geraci

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