San Luis Obispo Cattlemen’s PAC Endorses John Peschong for Supervisor
Templeton, CA— Community leader and small business owner, John Peschong has received the endorsement of the San Luis Obispo Cattlemen’s PAC in his campaign for County Supervisor.
The organization’s President, Pete Clark commented on the unanimous decision of the board, saying, “John has consistently supported local ranchers as well as growers. We trust that as Supervisor, he will continue to advocate for one of the region’s most important industries by defending property rights and limiting burdensome regulations.”
For nearly two decades, John Peschong has lived on the Central Coast with his family and during this time, he has demonstrated a fierce commitment to preserving the ranching and agricultural industries of San Luis Obispo County.
He has taught local youth about the importance of hard work as a volunteer for 4-H, and he has also helped to fight for regulatory reforms as a small business owner and member of both the San Luis Obispo Cattlemen’s Association and San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau.
In addition to working with some of the area’s largest job creators, John has dedicated a significant amount of time to protecting the region’s taxpayers. He is the founder of the Central Coast Taxpayers Association and former president of the San Luis Obispo County Lincoln Club.
John Peschong is running for First District Supervisor, which includes the City of Paso Robles as well as the communities of San Miguel, Templeton, Heritage Ranch, Shandon, Oak Shores, and Adelaida. He lives in Templeton with his wife, Anna, and their two children.
To learn more about John, visit: www.JohnPeschong.com