GLORIA’S “BACK TO WORK SD” TASK FORCE SEEKS PUBLIC INPUT ON COVID-19 ECONOMIC RECOVERY
Mayoral Candidate Todd Gloria Asks San Diegans for Input on Creating Economic Recovery Blueprint for San Diego
SAN DIEGO, CA – California State Assemblymember Todd Gloria (D-San Diego), candidate for San Diego Mayor, is asking the public for its feedback on the COVID-19 pandemic and priorities for safely reopening our economy. The public survey, launched online today, will help inform Gloria’s “Back to Work SD” task force – a broad coalition of elected officials, small business owners, health professionals and industry leaders who are working with Gloria to create an safe, effective economic recovery blueprint for San Diego.
“I want to know what San Diegans think is most important when it comes to COVID-19 and reopening our local economy,” said Assemblymember Todd Gloria. “We need the public’s feedback on how we can safely get San Diegans back to work and our economy humming again once it’s safe to do so.”
The short, five-question survey can be accessed online here.
Gloria established his “Back to Work SD” task force on May 19. The task force is co-chaired by Congressman Scott Peters and Paola Avila from the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce. A full list of the task force’s membership can be found here.
Todd Gloria, the son of a maid and a gardener, is a former San Diego City Councilmember, City Council President, and Interim Mayor. He serves as the California State Assemblymember for the 78th District and is the Majority Whip of the State Assembly. If elected San Diego’s Mayor, Todd will be the first person-of-color and the first LGBT person elected Mayor in city history.