Jeandron Campaign Opens New Headquarters
Supporters join Jeandron in opening new base of operations in Indio
Flanked by dozens of supporters, Chief Gary Jeandron officially opened his new campaign headquarters today in Indio. Supporters toured the campaign’s new hub of operations and listened to Jeandron talk about the importance of a strong volunteer effort for an election victory in November.
Located at 81557 Dr. Carreon Blvd in Indio the campaign will offer expanded opportunities for volunteers to make phone calls, join precinct walks or discuss the issues that affect them and their family.
“I’ve been overwhelmed by the support and enthusiasm that our campaign has generated,” Jeandron said. “We have been working for over a year now going door to door, making phone calls, and talking to voters. We are excited to have a permanent base of operations that is visible to the community and always open for people to come in and feel welcome.”
Jeandron is known for his emphasis on meeting voters personally. He has spent months going door-to-door in neighborhoods across the district. He discussed how the new headquarters would enhance his voter outreach efforts.
“This gives my volunteers and I a permanent base of operations in Indio. We have been using office space all over the district to hold our phone banks and our precinct walks. Now everyone has a place to come and help the campaign close to their home.”
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 include being 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.