TODD GLORIA RAISES OVER $650,000 IN CAMPAIGN TO BE SAN DIEGO’S NEXT MAYOR
Gloria Outraises Opponents in Bid for Mayor, Demonstrates Strong Support Citywide
SAN DIEGO, CA – Demonstrating the early enthusiasm and broad support for his campaign to be San Diego’s next Mayor, California State Assemblymember Todd Gloria (D-San Diego) announced today that he has raised a sizeable total of over $650,000 in the campaign’s first filing period. This substantial war chest comes from over 2,100 individual contributions consisting of educators, service employees, entrepreneurs, community activists, and small business owners.
“This campaign is about building a San Diego that works for all of us – a San Diego in which every person can live and have a future here. It’s clear our message is resonating,” said Assemblymember Todd Gloria. “I am most proud that our campaign is funded by real people with over 2,100 individual contributions from working people, small business owners, activists, and neighborhood leaders. These are the people I’m fighting for and they are reflected in today’s report. I am tremendously grateful to have their support.”
Almost 90 percent of contributions made to Gloria’s campaign for Mayor came from San Diego County and 77 percent came from within the City of San Diego.
Assemblymember Gloria’s announcement today adds to his campaign’s already thriving momentum stemming from the support a broad and diverse coalition of everyday San Diegans, elected officials, and organizations representing working people. A full list can be found at www.toddgloria.com.
Assemblymember Gloria announced his campaign for San Diego Mayor in January. The primary election will be held on March 3, 2020 and the general election will be held on November 3, 2020. If elected, Assemblymember Gloria would be the City of San Diego’s first LGBT person and the first person of color elected Mayor.