Santa Cruz City Council candidate Cynthia Mathews has gained endorsement from the Locally Owned Business Alliance in her bid for election to a fifth term, in addition to receiving support from many individual business owners.
June Hoffman, downtown business owner and leader, stated, “As part of a family-owned business here in Santa Cruz, I appreciate how consistently Cynthia has reached out to the local business community, working with us to resolve issues and create an environment for economic success.”
Individual endorsements have come from numerous local business people representing a broad range of sectors, including Joe Appenrodt, Casey Coonerty Protti, Caleb Baskin, Ellen Gill, John Burroughs, Duf Fisher, Timerie Gordon, Kurt Haveman, Scott Roseman, Rick Hoffstetter, Deborah and Roy Holmes, Erik Johnson, Jeremy Lezin, Mark Mesiti-Miller, George Ow, Jr, Paula Panelli, Suni and Praf Patel, Kelly and Mark Sanchez, John Swift, and Michael Zelver.
Mathews comments, “I’m very grateful for these endorsements; I believe they reflect my long record of working to strengthen our local economy, including participation on the Downtown Management Corporation, Conference and Visitors Council, Chamber of Commerce, Mission Street Improvement Task Force, and Harvey West Business Association.”
For the full list of endorsements or more information, visit Mathews’ website: www.cynthiamathews.com