Says Dr. Campbell Understands How to Solve Housing Issues Impacting San Diego
San Diego – State Assemblymember Todd Gloria has endorsed Jennifer Campbell, MD in her bid to represent San Diego’s 2nd City Council District, the campaign announced today.
“As a former San Diego City Councilmember and Interim Mayor, I know the importance of having experienced and principled leaders on the City Council who understand the issues impacting our communities. That’s why I am endorsing Dr. Jennifer Campbell,” said Assemblymember Todd Gloria. “Dr. Jen’s community leadership, fierce convictions, and ability to get things done are exactly what we need at City Hall. I have the utmost confidence Dr. Jen will be a champion for our city’s most pressing problems and be an effective representative for District Two.”
Dr. Campbell continues to gain support from community leaders and elected officials in her campaign. In addition to Assemblymember Gloria, Dr. Campbell has earned support from Congressman Scott Peters, State Senator Toni Atkins, and former State Senator Christine Kehoe.
“I am incredibly honored to have the support of Assemblymember Todd Gloria, a needed champion in expanding affordable housing for our San Diego community. During his time on the City Council, Assemblymember Gloria was crucial in balancing our city’s budget and paving the way for San Diego’s first permanent homeless services center and housing facility. As your next City Councilmember, I will work to expand on Assemblymember Gloria’s exceptional programs, make affordable housing accessible, focus on protecting our environment, and ensure that our city government is fiscally responsible,” said Dr. Campbell.
As a Family Medicine specialist for the past thirty-seven years, Dr. Campbell has taken care of people of all ages and backgrounds. She is running for San Diego City Council’s Second District because she believes San Diego needs accountable leadership. She has been an active member of the San Diego community since she moved from Pittsburgh more than a decade ago. Here in San Diego, she has taught Integrative Medicine at the Doctoral and Masters levels at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She has advocated for her community through volunteering on civic projects, working with charities, and serving on the Board of Directors of the Clairemont Town Council and the San Diego County Democratic Party Central Committee. Dr. Campbell lives in the Bay Ho neighborhood of Clairemont. She and her partner Suzanne have six children, nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. She is The Doctor on Call to Fix City Hall.