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San Diego County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
 Smart Voter Sam Abed

Candidate for
Council Member; City of Escondido

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Councilmember, Business Owner
  • Elected in 2004 - Serving on Economic & Workforce Development, Regional Homeless Task Force, Investment & Utilities Committees
  • Lived with my family and owned business in Escondido for 21 years. Volunteered on 15 Boards & Commissions
  • 12 years career with IBM in Engineering & Marketing,
  • Past Chairman & Volunteer of Year: Escondido Chamber of Commerce, East Valley & Mercado Business Organizations
  • Police Citizens Patrol & National Night Out Against Crime Awards
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Public Safety - Fighting crime thru Gang Injunction & Police Check Points reducing crime 30% since 2004
  • Quality of Life - Enhancing City's Image & Appearance with Proactive Code Enforcement for Safer, Cleaner & Healthier Neighborhoods
  • Economic Prosperity - Improving Median Income. Fiscal Discipline. Smaller & Effective Government
Key Endorsements
  • Congressman Bilbray. Senator Wyland. Assemblymen Plescia & Garrick
  • Supervisor Pam Slater-Price, Retired Escondido Chief of Police Duane White
  • Councilmembers Dick Daniels, Ed Gallo & Marie Waldron
Position Papers
Councilman Sam Abed Campaign Statement
Councilman Sam Abed Campaign Platform
Campaign Contact Information

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