By Jessica Freeman
Unrelenting demonstrations, mayhem, looting, burning of personal property and shooting innocent citizens without a response from officials charged with keeping safe the lives and property of citizens they were elected to serve and protect. If this is your idea of what we should expect from elected officials, then make sure to vote for those who sympathize with the law breakers instead of the law abiding.
I’m pleading with all voters to examine the background and agendas of those running for local positions on the ballot. Those supporting black lives matter instead of all lives matter would give Simi Valley questionable governance. If you feel that the last few months could have been managed better, look to those who represent you in Sacramento and Washington. In Washington, Mike Garcia, has the knowledge of local life and the courage to do what needs to be done to make our lives better. Another chance to improve congressional representation is the candidacy of the equally qualified Ronda Baldwin Kennedy for Congressional District 26.
To get things better in California, we need to end the complete power of the Democrat super majority in the Assembly and Senate. Two great assembly candidates, Suzette Martinez Valladares for District 38 and Denise Pedrow for District 44. The State Senate District 27 candidate is Houman Salem.
For local governance, please give these candidates your vote: Keith Mashburn, a mayor doing a good job of navigating the last two chaotic years. Elaine Litster, a newcomer to the council but a great addition. She realizes there may be other options and does research to back them up. Dee Dee Cavanaugh, another solid, experienced incumbent.
For RSRPD please vote for Elaine Freeman another hard-working dedicated incumbent.
Jessica Freeman is a resident of Simi Valley