• Fentanyl is a Public Health Crisis

    My effort, in partnership with District Attorney Summer Stephan and Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer, to declare fentanyl a public health crisis was unanimously passed by the Board of Supervisors.

  • One Safe Place

    A lot has happened during my first three years on the Board of Supervisors, but there is nothing that I’m prouder to be a part of than One Safe Place.

  • A Summer of Blackouts?

    On May 20th, the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) warned that two-thirds of the U.S. could experience blackouts this summer. Earlier in the month, California energy officials warned that summer blackouts may continue for the next three summers.

  • Stop This Criminal

    On June 21st Craig Blas will be appearing in court. If you would like to see him behind bars, please join me and voice your opinion and send a letter for the judge's consideration.

  • Safety on School Campuses

    According to District Attorney Summer Stephan, there have been many planned school attacks that have been adverted by law enforcement.

  • Camp Lead

    Emotions are, understandably, running high in our country, and as a society it's imperative that we feel safe at a grocery store, sending our kids to school, or any other daily event.

  • Jacob Handy Day in San Diego County

  • What Every Parent Should Know About Fentanyl

    On Wednesday, June 9th, I held a Virtual Town Hall, with District Attorney Summer Stephan titled, "What Every Parent Should Know About Fentanyl." It was illuminating and I encourage every parent to watch/listen to the meeting and share it with their friends, neighbors, and co-workers. 

  • Respect Project

    Last week, I had the honor of attending the RESPECT Project's graduation! 12 young men and 8 young women graduated through the 10-week program developed by deputies from the San Diego County Sheriff's Station.
  • Camp Fox

    Camp Fox, is located within the Cleveland National Forrest at the base of Palomar Mountain. For over 75 years, the San Diego County Board of Education (SDCOE) has used the camp as an outdoor education experience for 6th graders across the County.