“Lorie Zapf is the only candidate who represents real fiscal reform in District 6.”
San Diego, CA – San Diego City Councilmember Carl DeMaio today announced his endorsement of Lorie Zapf for City Council – District 6. DeMaio has made fiscal reform his top priority on the City Council and has been the leading advocate for fixing city finances through pension reform, performance audits of each city department, and implementation of voter-approved managed competitions.
“There is only one candidate who represents real fiscal reform in District 6 and that is Lorie Zapf,” said DeMaio. “If voters want real change in city government, they need to put Lorie on the City Council.”
“The outcome of the District 6 race will likely determine whether we will ever get real pension reform at City Hall – and whether we will ever reduce wasteful spending in the budget,” noted DeMaio.
DeMaio praised another candidate, Steve Hadley, as a man of integrity and committed to public service – but noted the race had narrowed to two front-runners, Lorie Zapf and Howard Wayne.
“I originally was going to wait until after the primary to endorse in this race, but Howard Wayne has attempted to masquerade as a reformer of city pensions. Nothing could be further from the truth. Wayne spiked pensions while he was in Sacramento and left the state in a fiscal meltdown. A vote for Howard Wayne is a vote against changing the dysfunctional system at City Hall.”
Thanking DeMaio for his support, Zapf said, “I deeply appreciate Carl’s endorsement. His reputation as the leading proponent of fiscal reform makes this endorsement especially meaningful to me.”
For a full list of endorsements, to read more about Lorie, or to see Lorie’s priorities for San Diego, visit www.LorieZapf.com