Jeandron Announces 1000th Endorsement 100 days out

Grassroots campaign amasses huge endorsement list

Today, former Police Chief Gary Jeandron announced that his campaign has received its 1000th endorsement just 100 days before the November 4th general election. Reynaldo Garcia, a resident of the City of Indio, signed the 1000th endorsement card over the weekend when Jeandron visited his house during a normally scheduled precinct walk.

After, Reynaldo and his wife Maria invited Jeandron and his supporters to discuss the issues facing the district he became the campaign’s 1000th endorsement.

“I had no idea the Chief had so many committed supporters but I’m proud to be just one of them. I’m definitely among the ranks of some good company,” commented Mr. Garcia, who joins the ranks of the National Latino Peace Officers Association, Riverside County District Attorney Rod Pacheco, and Imperial County Supervisor Joe Maruca, who all had previously endorsed Jeandron. A complete endorsement list can be found at

“We have an established a strong grassroots campaign that is gaining new volunteers and endorsements every day. I am truly humbled and encouraged by the support that I have received from my fellow community members and look forward to keeping the momentum through November,” said Jeandron.

Gary Jeandron is vying for the seat to be vacated by termed-out Assemblywoman Bonnie Garcia. The 80th Assembly 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.

Jeandron’s years of public service includes serving as Police Chief of Palm Springs as well as serving as a member of the School Board for the Palm Springs Unified School District. Jeandron is also a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and currently resides in Palm Springs with his wife, Vicki.