Brian Jones Raises More than $500,000 for 38th Senate District

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Former State Assemblymember and current Santee City Councilmember Brian Jones announced he has raised more than half a million dollars for his Senate campaign.

In addition to his leading fundraising figures, Jones has also secured every major endorsement in the district.

Jones has raised more than $519,000 for his campaign and currently holds more than $350,000 cash on hand. These totals include no personal loans and Jones will not report any significant accrued expenses or debt. The entirety of his funds come from a broad coalition of donors.

“I am proud of the overwhelming support from the community for my campaign for State Senate,” said Jones. “After serving the East County Region for more than 15 years, I have built a number of important and lasting relationships within the district, and I look forward to representing many of these individuals in the State Senate.”

In addition to his fundraising totals, Jones has also secured the endorsement of every major elected official within the 38th Senate District, including Senator Joel Anderson, Supervisor Dianne Jacob, every Republican Mayor, and a number of City Councilmembers. For a complete list, click here.

Brian Jones represented the 71st Assembly District from 2010-2016 and is currently serving his second stint on the Santee City Council. During his six years in the State Assembly, Brian received lifetime “A” ratings from the American Conservative Union, the National Federation of Independent Business, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association and the California Taxpayers Association. Brian has been a resident of the 38th Senate District since 1978.

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Comments 1

  1. But more importantly, has received the unfettered support from Lakeside Water District director Steven Robak, which in itself, is invaluable.

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