Former Opponent joins John Peschong for Supervisor

June 28, 2016
Contact: John Peschong

Paso Robles, CA— Small business owner and community leader, John Peschong has received the endorsement of his recent opponent and former candidate for Supervisor, Dale Gustin.

Active in serving his community since moving to the region over 30 years ago, Gustin has dedicated a significant amount of time to local organizations, where he has worked with fellow leaders to strengthen the area’s economy and enhance job opportunities for all residents.

When asked about his decision to endorse John Peschong, Gustin said, “Although I had hoped to do better in the primary election, John and I, throughout the campaign, have agreed upon the issues facing our residents including, safety and economic success for this county. John Peschong is a proven leader on these issues and the right choice for Supervisor.”

After a convincing victory on June 7, where Peschong received nearly 50% of the vote in a field of four candidates, he is the clear favorite to succeed current Supervisor Frank Mecham.

For nearly two decades, John Peschong has worked with and advocated for the area’s youth, taxpayers, and families – offering both his time and guidance as either a member or supporter to organizations such as: the 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.

As Supervisor, John will continue using his experience and passion for his community to provide a voice 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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