The following elected officials have endorsed Bryan Pease for San Diego City Council 2018:

  • California State Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez
  • San Diego City Councilmember Marti Emerald (retired)
  • Imperial Beach Mayor Serge Dedina
  • Imperial Beach City Councilmember Mark West
  • Imperial Beach City Councilmember Ed Spriggs
  • San Diego County Supervisor Pam Slater Price (retired)
  • San Diego Convention Center Vice Chair Gil Cabrera
  • San Marcos School Board Member Stacy Carlson


“I have known Bryan Pease and worked with him on creating a better San Diego since 2012. After I was elected to the state assembly, Bryan continued to work with me in pushing for better economic and environmental policies. He is exactly the progressive voice San Diego needs on the City Council." -- Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher

"I have worked with Bryan Pease for many years.  We have worked together to solve consumer problems and expose cruelty to animals.  I know Bryan as a person of courage, character, and action.  That is exactly what we will get from Bryan Pease as a member of the San Diego City Council:  A true advocate, courageous and honest, working for San Diego." -- San Diego City Councilmember Marti Emerald (retired)

"Bryan Pease is and will continue to be a strong champion for protecting our coast and enhancing quality of life for all." -- Imperial Beach Mayor Serge Dedina

"Bryan Pease is a hands-on problem solver with experience taking the fight to corporate special interests. Bryan will stand up to polluters, work to implement evidence based solutions to homelessness, and address the looming challenge of sea level rise his district is facing." -- Imperial Beach City Councilmember Mark West

"Bryan Pease has been fighting for the public interest throughout his entire career. On the San Diego City Council, he will continue to work to protect the environment, advance humane treatment of animals, improve neighborhood services, and ensure our tax dollars are being used to improve quality of life for all." -- San Diego County Supervisor Pam Slater Price (retired)