El Cajon Police Officers Endorse Mayor Steve Vaus for County Supervisor

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The El Cajon Police Officers’ Association (ECPOA) has endorsed Poway Mayor Steve Vaus in his bid for San Diego County Supervisor in District 2.

ECPOA Political Action Committee Chairman Mike Murphy said, “Steve Vaus has a very strong record on public safety in his city of Poway. Because of his record, we are confident that he will make safe streets a priority on the Board of Supervisors.”

“Once we make an endorsement, we support that candidate all the way. We want the people of the 2nd Supervisorial District to know that Steve Vaus is the choice of those in law enforcement,” Murphy continued.

“I am grateful to the El Cajon Police Officers’ Association for their support and endorsement.  As Supervisor, I intend to do all that I can to make support for law enforcement a top priority,” said Vaus.

The ECPOA represents the men and women of the El Cajon Police Department who protect and serve the public every minute of every day. Their priorities are protecting the pay, benefits and working conditions of the membership while helping the community through donations, sponsorships and charitable events. 

The City of El Cajon is the largest incorporated city in the district and the 6th largest incorporated city in San Diego County. 

Mayor Steve Vaus is a candidate for Supervisor District 2, which is currently represented by Dianne Jacob, whose final term on the Board expires in 2020. 

Steve Vaus has been the Mayor of Poway since 2014 and was a member of the Poway City Council for two years before that. Mayor Vaus also has decades of executive experience. He owns a Poway production company which has served clients such as Cox Communications, Barona Resort, the U.S. Navy, and others. 

Steve and his wife Corrie, an award-winning journalist and video producer, have lived in Poway for 26 years. The Vaus’ have four children and five grandsons.

 

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  1. Ahhhhh….the Law Enforcement Officers’ union for a department in the incorporated city of El Cajon (e.g. not subject to the County BOS) endorses a candidate for BOS? In the end, whomever becomes the supervisor for District 2 (or any other San Diego County BOS district) cannot rule on anything in El Cajon. Any other “endorsements” it would like to make, say for Mayor of San Diego, dog catcher, etc.? Geez…..

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