3 Progressive Democrats & 2 Republicans
District 1 - Nora Vargas: (Info from her County webpage):
Transformative Leadership for a More Equitable and Just San Diego County
I am committed to bringing forth transformational policies that foster equity and inclusivity to build healthier and stronger communities.
District 2 - Joel Anderson (R): (Info from his County webpage): Supervisor Joel Anderson believes our children and grandchildren deserve the same benefits we enjoyed growing up in San Diego County. That's why he is working hard to improve our roads, support attainable housing, and promote career opportunities in East County.
District 3 - Terra Lawson-Remer (D): (Info from her County webpage):
As a former educator, economist, and environmental attorney, I am working to keep San Diego safe, livable, and thriving :
Safeguard our beautiful beaches, coastlines, natural habitats and open spaces
Reduce homelessness, and expand access to mental health services for people in crisis
End carbon and smog emissions in our region, and protect our climate
Tackle our affordable housing crisis
Partner with hi-tech and biotech, and invest in growing our local green economy
Improve access to justice, and protect public safety
Strengthen our public health system building on lessons learned from Covid-19, and advance universal healthcare
Protect our children and communities from gun violence
Reduce gridlock traffic, fix crumbling streets and potholes, repair aging infrastructure at risk of collapse, and make our roads and trails safe for bikes and pedestrians
District 4 - Nathan Fletcher (D): (Info from his County webpage):
Chair Nathan Fletcher, Supervisor of San Diego County’s Fourth District, is leading a new generation of progressive policymaking in San Diego County. He is committed to building diverse coalitions, fighting for equitable policy, and delivering substantial outcomes in the areas of behavioral health, child welfare, & environmental justice.
District 5 - Jim Desmond (R): (Info from his County webpage): Priorities: Public Safety; Behavioral Health/Homelessness; Fire Safety; Sexually Violent Predators (SVPs); San Pasqual Academy; Transportation; Community Paramedicine; Veterans; Environment/Clean Water; San Luis Rey River Park; Digital Divide; Community Revitalization; and Tribal Governments.