Indio police officers Association supports Jeandron for Assembly
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Gary Jeandron announced the support of the Indio Police Officers Association in his campaign for State Assembly over Indio City Councilwoman Guadalupe Ramos Watson. Below is an excerpt from the Indio POA press release:
“The Indio Police Officers Association (POA) today announced their support for Palm Springs Police Chief Gary Jeandron in his campaign for the State Assembly. “The Indio Police Officers Association reviewed a multitude of issues, before making its decision,” said President Anthony Ramos. “Chief Gary Jeandron has a solid record on education, fiscal issues and has over 30 years in law enforcement. He is the best candidate to represent the Indio POA and the people of the desert in Sacramento.”
Chief Jeandron’s efforts on his local school board displayed his fiscal restraint and ability to make important decisions that affect our children’s education. He voted against his own pay raise and gives the difference to a local desert charity.”
The Indio POA’s endorsement will be added to a long and continually growing list of community leaders and local elected officials that have already endorsed Jeandron. The list includes Assemblywoman Bonnie Garcia and Senator Jim Battin.
Gary Jeandron is running to replace 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. Garcia is prohibited from running for re-election due to term limits.
Jeandron currently serves as the Police Chief of Palm Springs. He is also a member of the School Board for the Palm Springs Unified School District and a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He currently resides in Palm Springs with his wife Vicki.