Election Information Made Easy

A collection of easy, informational items to share

Omar will focus on homelessness

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Elections can be overwhelming.  In advance of the election for San Diego County Supervisor, we want to make it easy for you to know (and share) Omar Passons positions on the issues. To do that, we have created a series of single-page fact sheets. Whether you are having friends over for book club, a backyard party with the kiddos, or just want easy election information to give to friends, you can download these seven sheets and email them to friends or print them out for your own get togethers! Click each item below to download

If you want more information before the election, please know that you can share our 15-minute podcast series, “A Fresh Face for a Fresh Start!” that provides easy-to-understand segments on key issues in plain language, not political-speak. You can also download and read more in depth material on issues here. To find out if you can vote for the County Supervisor in this election, click here. Find the full June 5th primary election guide here.

From pg. 45 of Voter Information Guide for June 5th Election

Thanks for your interest in this critical election!

“I am proudly supporting Omar Passons because of his commitment to the children of San Diego. Omar knows first hand how vital it is that we put our children’s education first. His commitment to setting our local children up for success is unique and genuine. Omar is a loud and proud ally to and for women. He cares and values what women have to say. He shows up and stands up for and with us. Once elected, Omar will lead not just with intelligence but with heart. This is the change we need to see for our city and in our country.”

Sarah Dolgen Shaftel

Women's Rights Advocate

About Omar

Omar Passons is a San Diego native who grew up in the County foster care system with over 100 foster brothers and sisters. He attributes much of his success in getting a Master’s Degree in Public Health and being a land use and construction attorney to his foster parents and strong early support from the County system. He is running to fight for all children, for our seniors, and for a local government that is more focused on long-term change for San Diegans and less on reactionary politics. The election is June 5th.

You can reach Omar directly by emailing him here with any thoughts or questions.