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San Diego County, CA November 4, 2014 Election
 Smart Voter Gil Soto

Candidate for
Board Member; Carlsbad Unified School District; Full Term

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Realtor/Businessman
  • Graduated with Honors, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in Business Administration Class of 77'
  • Served on 2013 Real Property Advisory Committee, Vice Chairman 2014 Real Property Advisory Committee and 2014 Calendar Committee
  • Ex President and Executive Vice President Magnolia PTA
  • Site Council Magnolia Elementary, Parent Superintendent Advisory Council Member
  • Carlsbad Resident for over 40 years, Married with 3 beautiful children 2 attending Magnolia Elementary and 1 at Valley Middle School
  • Volunteer at Carlsbad Educational Foundation, Carlsbad Boys Club and Carlsbad United Soccer Club
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Class size reduction at all levels
  • Assure financial stability and accountability during these uncertain times
  • Enhance upon the academic success the district has achieved
Key Endorsements
  • Lisa Rodman Current Carlsbad School Board Member
  • Ofie Escobedo Community Activist
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