Respected Leader Endorses John Peschong for Supervisor

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: John Peschong
May 5, 2016 Phone: 805.440.7818

Respected Leader Endorses John Peschong for Supervisor

Templeton, CA— Small business owner and community leader, John Peschong has received the endorsement of Atascadero City Councilwoman Roberta Fonzi.

As a longtime resident and 2-term City Councilwoman, Fonzi has been a strong supporter for small business growth and especially for local control.

“John Peschong is a proven leader for the North County,” said Fonzi. “He is able to work with people of all backgrounds and political persuasions, and is able to pull people together to get the job done. Most importantly, John does not waver when making decisions; he will stand firmly in support of protecting taxpayers and advocating for the priorities of North County residents.”

John Peschong moved to the central coast with his family almost 20 years ago, and upon arrival, he used his experience and passion for community to make an immediate impact on the region. As a small business owner, John works closely with clients throughout the area to advocate for policies that spur job creation and promote economic prosperity.

As a community leader, John has worked with, and advocated for the area’s youth, taxpayers, and families. He continues to offer both his time and guidance as either a member or supporter to organizations such as: Templeton Education Foundation, Art for Children, Paso Robles Children Museum, Cattlemen’s Association, SLO County Farm Bureau, and the local 4-H. John also spent nearly a decade as a Gubernatorial appointee on the California Mid-State Fair Board of Directors.

John Peschong is running for First District Supervisor, which includes the City of Paso Robles as well as the communities of Templeton, Heritage Ranch, San Miguel, Shandon, Adelaida, and Oak Shores. He lives in Templeton with his wife, Anna, and their two children.

To learn more about John, visit: www.JohnPeschong.com

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