Thank you to everyone who supported my campaign to fight the corporate special interests currently controlling City Hall. Despite being massively outspent, we came within 496 votes (1.5%) of making the runoff, out of over 32,000 total cast.

On August 17, 2018, the Fourth District California Court of Appeal issued its ruling that Republican incumbent Lorie Zapf is eligible to serve a third consecutive term despite term limits, due to redistricting. I am now evaluating the best options for continuing to fight for the many reforms that are so desperately needed in San Diego. 

Dear Neighbor,

I pledge to continue working solely for the public interest on the City Council, as I have done for the past 14 years in San Diego.

As an environmental attorney with my own law practice, I have fought successfully for greater government transparency and accountability, consumer and environmental protection, and civil and constitutional rightsI have won cases against Sinclair Oil Company, PFP Temecula Real Estate Holdings, CBRE, Fashion Valley Mall, The Irvine Company, ABM, County of Los Angeles, City of Pasadena, City of El Centro, City of San Diego and County of San Diego to protect the public interest.

I have also worked successfully to pass local and state laws to protect the environment, animals and consumers as a nonprofit leader. I am the only candidate who has held corporations and government agencies accountable and will continue to do so as the next District 2 councilmember.

Any questions? Feel free to call me on my cellphone at 619-723-0369 or email me at bryan@bryanpease.com.


-- Bryan