Birthday Fundraiser


Join us in celebrating the 35th birthday of Matt Strabone - our next Assessor, Recorder, & Clerk!

Help Matt celebrate his special day and show your support for the campaign by attending our only hometown fundraising event before the June 30 reporting deadline (which means we need to raise as much money as we can!).

Tickets can be purchased for $35 (Guest), $135 (Supporter), $235 (Friend), or $350 (Host). Larger contributions up to the $1600 individual maximum will be gratefully accepted. Buy your tickets here:

For more information, contact, or call (619) 952-1497

June 13, 2017 at 5:30pm - 7:30pm
57 Degrees
1735 Hancock St
San Diego, CA 92101
United States
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  • published this page in Events 2017-05-28 14:53:18 -0700

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In the News: June 1, 2018

June 1, 2018: San Diego Free Press: Documents Suggest Favoritism on San Diego County Property Tax Appeals by Assessor’s Office. It pays to have friends in high places, especially when it comes time to appeal property tax assessments in San Diego County, according to documents released via the California Public Records Act and provided to the San Diego Free Press. These documents, along with a careful analysis of campaign finance records and personal financial disclosures, suggest favoritism has been a factor in reducing the tax burdens of those with connections to County Assessor Ernest Dronenburg. A major local corporation, along with a longtime campaign contributor’s family, were among the beneficiaries, thanks to a seeming lack of interest in challenging appeals by the agency responsible for such matters. Because there was no push-back by the County, the assessment appeals process was effectively manipulated, paving the way for significant reductions in property values for Qualcomm, the largest property taxpayer in San Diego County.
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In the News: May 23, 2018

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