Steve Martin receives multiple endorsements
–Paso Robles Mayor Steve Martin has received multiple endorsements in support of his bid for re-election to a second term. The most recent endorsement came Oct. 6 from the Editorial Board of Tribune which cited Martin’s community involvement and representation of the people of Paso Robles.
The Tribune board said Martin “knows how to stick up for the people of Paso Robles,” referring to his efforts to decrease the costs of a county animal shelter and solicit support from the county for funding affordable housing.
“It’s especially important for a mayor to be an ambassador for the city, and Martin has excelled at that,” said the endorsement statement. “The Tribune strongly endorses Steve Martin for a second four-year term as mayor of Paso Robles.”
The Tribune endorsement is the latest in a string of statements of support for Martin. Each of the Paso Robles City Council members (excluding Councilman Reed, who is running against Martin) have endorsed the Mayor. Likewise, the Paso Robles Police Officers Association has endorsed Martin.
“It gives me great confidence to have this support from everyone,” said Martin. “When I became mayor in 2014 I invited everyone to work together to keep Paso Robles a city where people can live, work and shop. We have made great strides over the last four years. In my next term, I will focus my efforts on accelerating street repairs, diversifying our job base and expanding our public safety services.”
For more information about Martin’s background and qualifications, visit www.MartinForMayor.org.