Deputy Sheriff’s Association endorses John Peschong for Supervisor

October 19, 2016
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Templeton, CA– Small business owner and community leader, John Peschong, has earned the endorsement of the San Luis Obispo County Deputy Sheriff’s Association (SLODSA).

“John Peschong has always demonstrated a deep respect for our men and women in uniform,” stated SLODSA President, Chris Prieto. “He is the only candidate who has consistently spoken out about the County’s rising gang problem. We need leaders like John fighting to ensure our officers have the tools they need to protect themselves while addressing public safety issues and keeping criminals off our streets.”

For nearly two decades, John Peschong and his family have lived in San Luis Obispo County. As a Central Coast resident, Peschong has been an active leader for the region, volunteering time with local organizations, mentoring the area’s youth, and advocating for common-sense policies that help to create jobs and strengthen the economy.

He spent nearly 10 years as a Gubernatorial appointee on the California Mid-State Fair Board of Directors. Peschong is also the Founder and former President of the Central Coast Taxpayers Association, and a member of or supporter to the Templeton Education Foundation, Art for Children, the local 4-H, and the Paso Robles Children’s Museum.

As Supervisor, John will continue using his experience and passion for his community to provide a voice for small businesses and working families.

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.

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