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City of San ClementeCandidate for City Council

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Laura Ferguson

Municipal Government Employee
8,728 votes (11.7%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Fight all efforts to split San Clemente with a toll road.
  • Tackle our homeless problem
  • Keep our town safe with enhanced public safety.



Profession:Municipal Government Employee
Executive Assistant to the City Manager, City of Encinitas (2017–current)
School Board Trustee, Scholarship Prep Charter School — Appointed position (2016–current)


California State University at Long Beach Master's Degree in Public Policy and Administration, Public Policy, Communications and Journalism (1995)

Community Activities

Founder/Leader, Talega Residents for Fair Taxation (2013–current)
Member, Assembly Member Bill Brough's Education Advisory Committee (2015–current)
Board Member, Marian Bergeson Excellence in Public Service Series (2016–current)
Board Member/Treasurer, Talega Lifestyle Corporation (2012–2014)
Board Member/Secretary, Courtney’s SandCastle Charitable Foundation (2010–2011)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (1)

  • Republican Party of Orange County

Elected Officials (6)

  • State Senator Pat Bates
  • Assembly Member Bill Brough
  • CUSD Board Trustee Jim Reardon
  • Linda Ackerman, Vice President, Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board
  • Mayor Jim Evert (Retired)
  • Mayor Jim Wood (Retired)

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