San Diego County Democratic Party

San Marcos Democratic Club

San Diego Democrats for Equality

San Diego County Young Democrats

The Sierra Club

San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council

Teamsters Joint Council 42

Southwestern Regional Council of Carpenters

North County Labor Alliance

North County Young Democrats

San Diego County Building & Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 569

United Association of Plumbers, Steamfitters & HVAC/R Local 230 San Diego & Imperial Counties

Elected Officials

Senator Pro Tem Toni Atkins

Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher

Paul McNamara – Mayor, City of Escondido

Stacy Carlson – San Marcos Unified School District, Board Member

Maria Nunez – San Marcos City Council

Jay Petrek – San Marcos City Council

Randy Walton – San Marcos City Council

Jeff Griffith – Palomar Health Board of Directors / California State Firefighter

Community Leaders

Tiffany Boyd-Hodgson – Candidate-Vallecitos Water Board

Alan Geraci – Candidate-San Marcos City Council

Mark Klaus – CEO/Home of Guiding Hands

Chris Orlando – Former San Marcos City Council member – Mayoral Candidate

Kate Schwartz – Candidate-California State Assembly

Wade Wilde – CEO/Mountain Shadows

Molly Nocon – CEO / Noah Homes

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“Neil is a leader in our community who possesses intelligence, integrity, and compassion. He has personally worked with me and my staff to support persons with developmental disabilities and their families. His work has been effective with improving the lives of the people he serves. Neil has proven his ability in public service and will be an asset to the residents of San Marcos.”

– Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher

“It is my honor to endorse Neil Kramer for San Marcos City Council, District 4. As a member of the City’s Budget Review Committee, Neil knows the value of a prudent and balanced City budget. Neil also understands how important our hills, trails, and open spaces are to our quality of life, and will fight to preserve and protect them. But most importantly, Neil has the heart of a public servant, and respects the inherent worth and dignity of all people, regardless of background or ability. That may be his greatest quality. I think Neil would be an excellent addition to the San Marcos City Council.”

– Randy Walton