Councilman Steve Gregory endorses Cunningham for assembly
Born in Argentina, Gregory moved to the Central Coast over 30 years ago. Both Gregory and his wife are small business owners. As a longtime leader for the region, he has helped to shape policies that encourage local investment and spur job growth. Gregory spent over five years on the Paso Robles Planning Commission, where he served as both chair and vice-chair, and he continues to dedicate time to the community with the local Rotary Club. As a city councilman, he advocates for accountability and a service-oriented approach by local government.
“The decisions made in Sacramento affect us all, and that’s why it’s imperative we have an advocate we can trust,” said Gregory. “I trust that Jordan will provide the transparent, pragmatic leadership that is desperately needed in our Capitol.”
A Central Coast native, Cunningham’s service to the region began as a Deputy District Attorney in San Luis Obispo County. He prosecuted a wide variety of crimes – including fraud, assault, domestic violence, and environmental crimes. He now works for Adamski, Moroski, Madden, Cumberland & Green.
Cunningham is President of the Central Coast Taxpayers Association, which strives to educate taxpayers and ensure fiscal responsibility in government. He lives in Templeton with his wife, Shauna, and their four children.