Southeastern San Diegans know Kevin Faulconer's steps he will take on opportunity for all San Diegans after a week he worked out of his Logan Avenue southeast headquarters opened last Friday to bring in leaders from the Latino, African American, and Asian communities into his campaign.
Monday, he made campaign friends with a Latino American political association that publicly backed the Latino community away from a leader, Davied Alvarez, who gained his backing from "powerful labor unions." Faulconer welcomed the opportunity to take in the Latino leaders into his political fold. His effort to gain Latino support went on air on the SPanish TV networks Univision and Telemundo Wednesday. His Spanish ad tells the communities, "My message of economic opportunity and independence transcends language because we all want our neighborhoods to thrive."
"I have a plan to create good jobs for everyone," he says in Spanish.
Work on building a coalition that crosses the lines of groups traditionally known to walk hand and hand together in San Diego, and "give all neighborhoods a seat at the table," continued yesterday. Black pastors gathered together with the Republican candidate and supported him as the choice for a sotuheast community they said the religious and business leaders know him and can approve of him.
Faulconer promised to, as mayor, have the city work on giving District 4 residents "good opportunities for our families" that are "inclusive."
His city plans have more city work to come in the southeast than toe old lines. Revitalizing the southeast communities by brining in private investment, he says, will row equality in opportunity to enjoy economic success and participate in quality education.
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