In the News: July 3, 2017

July 3, 2017: Times of San DiegoCandidate for County Assessor in 2018 claims fundraising record.

With nearly $50,000 raised from individual contributions, Strabone said he has raised more money by this point in the campaign than any candidate for the office in the history of the county.

"Our anti-corruption message of transparency and accountability is resonating all across San Diego County and I am more determined than ever to make county government work for all of us."

  • published this page in News 2017-07-03 15:41:08 -0700

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