Morro Bay resident, Harvard graduate announces candidacy for congress
Professional Civil Engineer, Harvard graduate Michael Erin Woody to announce his candidacy for 24th district
–Michael Erin Woody will be announcing his candidacy at a press conference/rally event in Morro Bay, California for the 24th congressional district on Saturday, Sept. 16, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the Morro Bay Community Center, located at 1001 Kennedy Way in Morro Bay. Food and drinks will be provided. Candidate to begin speaking at 1:30 p.m.
During the event, Woody will be also releasing “Priorities We Deserve,” a 44 page booklet that outlines many of the issues that this district and country are facing today. Woody states, “No longer can we afford the simple social media platitudes of the past to solve our problems. Our country deserves much better.”
“After 25 years of working in politics and no business experience, Congressman Salud Carbajal represents the priorities of the past that must change in government. His continued support of using federal funds to support the failing California High Speed Rail system, support of giving illegal aliens Social Security Numbers and Drivers Licenses, his vote against Cal Poly Alumni Kate Steinle and Kate’s Law, support of sanctuary cities, his continued lack of position on single payer health insurance, support of cap and trade, and higher taxes, make him completely out of step with the central coast,” said Woody. “Carbajal and his millions of dollars special interest donations have been a complete disappointment for the central coast. As Carbajal has voted with Nancy Pelosi for 98% of his votes, it is clear that Carbajal is nothing more than a proxy vote for Pelosi. After 25 years in politics, it is time we say ‘So Long Salud.’”
Woody’s family has a long history with the Central Coast of California. As a certified role member of the local Salinan Indian tribe, there is also historic significance to this race: Woody would be the first California Indian to serve in the House of Representatives in American history. “Making history in America is not something that I take lightly. A California native indian has never been elected to the US House of Representatives, and it is time for that to change.”
Michael Erin Woody is the owner of Struct One Engineering & Construction in San Luis Obispo, California, and has been a professional civil engineer in California for 20 years.
For more information visit his website.