$100,000 Raised in June
Santee Mayor Randy Voepel Posts Impressive Fundraising Totals
(Santee) – Santee Mayor Randy Voepel announced today that he had received more than $100,000 in total contributions entirely during the month of June for his campaign for the 71st Assembly District.
“I am honored to have so many supporters put their trust in me,” said Voepel. “This widespread support from some of our region’s most well-respected individuals shows just how much momentum my campaign has picked up in a short amount of time. We are in great position to continue building on this success over the coming months.”
Voepel’s impressive numbers continue the strong start to his campaign. Voepel has received the endorsement of Assemblymember Brian Jones, El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells, El Cajon Councilmember Star Bales, El Cajon Councilmember Gary Kendrick, El Cajon Councilmember Bob McClellan, Santee Councilmember John Minto, Santee Councilmember Rob McNelis, Santee Councilmember Ronn Hall, Cajon Valley Union School District President Justin Slagle, Padre Dam Municipal Water District President Doug Wilson, and the Deputy Sheriffs’ Association of San Diego County.
Originally elected to the Santee City Council in 1996, Voepel was elected Mayor in 2000. Voepel is a U.S. Navy veteran with two combat tours of duty in Vietnam. A graduate from Saint Leo University, he is a businessman in financial services specializing in corporate benefits. He and his wife Susan have two children and three grandchildren.
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