Dr. Gregory Quist was elected to the Rincon del Diablo Municipal Water District’s Board in November of 1990 as the Division I representative of Rincon Water’s Improvement District “1” and Improvement District “E”. Dr. Quist currently serves as Rincon Water’s Board Vice President and on… Read More »May 16, 2022 – Dr. Greg Quist, VP Rincon Water
April 18, 2022- Jeff Epp, candidate for Escondido City Council District 2 – Corey Gustafson candidate for the 50th Congressional District
Jeff Epp, candidate for Escondido City Council District 2 Jeff was raised in the small town of Dubois, Wyoming. Although his family of six had horses and milk cows and his dad worked in a sawmill and carpentry, Jeff went a different direction with an… Read More »April 18, 2022- Jeff Epp, candidate for Escondido City Council District 2 – Corey Gustafson candidate for the 50th Congressional District
We will feature two speakers at this meeting – June Cutter and Kristie Bruce-Lane. Both of these well-qualified Republican women are running for the 76th District Assembly seat, which includes Escondido, in the new re-districting. The meeting will begin promptly at noon and conclude around 1:10 PM.… Read More »March 21, 2022 – June Cutter and Kristie Bruce-Lane, Candidates for the 76th District Assembly seat
Zack Beck, Escondido City Clerk As City Clerk, I lead a department that serves as Escondido’s source for informational, historical, legislative and election services. It is my daily goal to provide these services with integrity, accuracy and independence. I was elected as City Clerk of… Read More »February 21, 2022 – Zack Beck, Escondido City Clerk and Roarke Shanley
Councilman Mike Morasco Councilmember Morasco was appointed to serve in December 2010, due to the vacancy created when Sam Abed was elected Mayor. He was elected in November 2012 and re-elected in 2016 to serve a four-year term. He is a physical therapist, has lived… Read More »January 2022 – Councilman Mike Morasco and Councilwoman Tina Inscoe.
Ed Varso’s career in law enforcement began as a teenager with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department when he became a Sheriff Explorer in 1993. Varso was later hired by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department as a Custody Assistant, and then as a Deputy… Read More »June 2021 -Ed Varso, Escondido’s Chief of Police