Assemblymember Brian Maienschein is the only candidate for State Assembly who brings a lifetime commitment to community service and a record of getting things done.
Brian is the only candidate with deep roots in the community. He attended elementary, middle and high school in the district and is now raising his two daughters who both attend school in our local school districts.
While serving as a San Diego City Councilmember, Brian led the recovery and rebuilding efforts following the devastating Cedar and Witch Creek wildfires. Both response efforts were recognized as the fastest recovery efforts in California and went on to serve as national models for disaster response.
As a Council Member, Brian preserved over 10,000 acres from development in the San Pasqual Valley and spearheaded the completion of SR-56. While serving as the Commissioner on Homelessness, he directed United Way’s Project 25, which saves taxpayers millions of dollars every year, reduces homelessness, and serves veterans.
Since his election to the Assembly in 2012, Brian has worked to protect public safety, build a strong economy, and improve public education. He introduced legislation that would protect children by providing youth sports leagues the authority to conduct criminal background checks on all coaches. Throughout his career in the Assembly, Brian’s top priorities have been creating policies that help women suffering from maternal mental health disorders, reduce homelessness and protect animals. For his work on animal-friendly legislation, Brian was named a Humane Hero by the Humane Society of San Diego.
“I am proud to serve this community as your Assemblymember. I will continue fighting for solutions to our state’s challenges in the areas of public safety, economic development, and education. I would be honored to receive your vote.”