Record-Breaking Fundraising Again!

Our campaign has raised significantly more money than our incumbent opponent for the second consecutive campaign filing period, this time by more than double! We have also once again broken the record for most money raised from contributions by this point in the campaign by any candidate for Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk in the history of San Diego County!

Matt said: “I am so proud of the support our campaign has earned from all across San Diego County. Today’s fundraising reports make it clear that our campaign is the one to beat. Our movement to put the people of San Diego County first will continue working hard to reach every voter and we will never waver in our commitment to bring greater transparency and accountability to the Assessor/Recorder/Clerk’s office. It’s time to make our county government work for all of us.”

We've done well so far but there's still a long road ahead. Join us and contribute to our campaign today!


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In the News: May 23, 2018

May 23, 2018: San Diego CityBeat: CityBeat's Election Endorsements. In case you missed it, we wrote a feature on ethics attorney Matt Strabone, who’s running to unseat longtime incumbent Assessor Ernest Dronenburg. The latter is banking on voter indifference to his multiple controversies (anti-gay marriage, campaign finance violations, reckless spending, etc.). Don’t be indifferent, as this race will be decided in this election. Matt Strabone is ready for the job and will be a valuable public servant in this important office that’s in charge of property taxes, property value assessments and more.
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In the News: May 9, 2018 (Part Two)

May 9, 2018: Voice of San Diego: Thousands of San Diegans Are Overpaying Their Property Taxes (op-ed). I want to give 150,000 more homeowners in San Diego County a property tax break. That’s one reason why I’m running for San Diego County assessor-recorder-clerk. Right now, around 150,000 homeowners aren’t getting all of the exemptions they deserve and are actually overpaying their property taxes. These folks are missing out on the Homeowner’s Exemption, which provides a $7,000 reduction on the taxable value of your home simply by filling out a one-page form and sending it to the county assessor. I’m going to fix this problem through better outreach. One thing I’ll do is hold public workshops in every community across the county once I’m elected to make sure that you get this exemption and any other tax breaks you deserve. We deserve a government that works for us, that’s transparent and accountable, that provides excellent service and that saves San Diegans money.
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