Gary Jendron competes in chili cookoff

Palm Springs ­ Gary Jeandron¹s campaign for Assembly switched gears for a moment as the Police Chief of Palm Springs traded in his blue uniform for an apron and big pot of chili. Jeandron was taking as part in the Cattle Call.

Chili Cook-off on Saturday November 3rd an event sponsored by the Brawley Chamber of Commerce in the Cattle Call Arena.

Although at the end of the day the Jeandron for State Assembly Chili did not win first place, the event was still a success for the Jeandron campaign.

“The Chili cook-off was one of the most fun events I¹ve attended thus far”, said Jeandron.

It gave me another opportunity to talk to voters on an intimate level, meeting many familiar faces and making a lot of new friends too.

We have discussed the issues that are important to the people of Brawley and for me that was the most important part. My family and I came out here to serve up our family recipe and to meet new people and for us it was a great success.

Gary Jeandron is running to replace Bonnie Garcia in the Assembly.

The District includes the cities of Indio, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, El Centro, Calexico, La Quinta, Coachella, Brawley, Desert Hot Springs, Blythe, Imperial, Calipatria, Holtville, and Westmorland. Assemblywoman Garcia is prohibited from running for re-election due to term limits.

Jeandron¹s service as the Police Chief of Palm Springs is coupled with his role as a member of the School Board for the Palm Springs Unified School District. He currently resides in Palm Springs with his wife Vicki.