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Ryan Trabuco serves on the San Diego County Juvenile Justice Commission, as President of the Clairemont Town Council, and as a Board Member on the San Diego County Alcohol & Drug Advisory Board.
For more information, check out his biography here.
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UPDATED: June 23rd, 2011
Before I begin this post, I must first preface the fact the only reason any congressional, legislative, and/or other governmental districts are gerrymandered for one of two reasons: 1) to protect incumbents, and 2) to disenfranchise voters and communities.
Much has been said within the City of San Diego lately about redistricting. After all, the 2010 Census results have been released which means that every governmental body which elects by districts must be redrawn to account for population growth and shifts. Often times, it determines who even is able to best represent various communities of interest.
Yesterday, I had the honor of being re-appointed by my County Supervisor Ron Roberts, currently Vice Chair of the Board of Supervisors, to serve my second term (although, my first, full four-year term) as a member on the San Diego County Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board.
I was first appointed by Supervisor Roberts February of 2009 to fill a vacancy on the board. Given my previous experience with alcohol and drug prevention policy and issues, I was given this opportunity. I had perviously served on the Orange County Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board from September 2006 until my move to San Diego in December 2007. Continue reading
Viability. Dedication. Trust. Three of the biggest challenges my party faces in every election going forward with one very important group — Latino voters.
New U.S. Census figures for 2010 show that not only are Latinos the fastest-growing ethinic minority in the country, but they’re on the rise to become a minority-majority in various states. There are more Latinos in California than anywhere else the country, and with that power, comes the power to vote. And with that vote, comes great responsibility. Continue reading
Since I had the opportunity to move into this Clairemont neighborhood of San Diego, I quickly jumped at the chance to get involved. The best way I figured was to join the Clairemont Town Council.
It was a pleasure to get to know then-President Lori Sorbo last summer, and along the way meet many new friends, and as of this post, my fellow board members. In November, I was elected as Vice-President for the Clairemont Town Council and couldn’t be more excited at this new opportunity to help serve in my community. Continue reading
It’s been almost a month since the June Primary Election, and I wanted to wait until all the votes have been counted. As of this week, the Registrar of Voters for San Diego County have tallied all the votes cast, and I’d like to take this time to say “Thank You” to all those who did vote for me for Central Committee.
In total, I received 5,494 votes — an increase of almost 150% better from my performance in 2008. Although I was unsuccessful, it will not deter my motivation to continue to help our candidates, and our party going into the November General Election.
You can check election results from San Diego County here.
UPDATE: Since this page has been read quite a bit lately, I must remind you that this post is from 2010. For more information about my 2012 election for Central Committee please visit this link: http://ryantrabuco.com/why-im-running-for-central-committee/. Thank you!
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So, it comes down to this.
Tomorrow — as I’m sure most of you know — is the California Primary Election. I am running for one of six positions to represent Republican voters in San Diego on our party’s County Central Committee in the 76th State Assembly District. Click here to view a map of the district.
I am running to help our party grow, not only in San Diego County, but across our state. I want our local party to endorse Republican candidates who can best represent “America’s Finest City” in every office of government, and ensure that those candidates are flawless. In doing so, they can be better equipped to take on the union interests that are plaguing our city financially.