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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

City of Paso RoblesCandidate for City Council

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Fred Strong

5,751 votes (33.24%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Seeking and providing adequate funding for necessary infrastructure repairs and improvements for public safety.
  • Continuing efforts locally and through state and national elements for economic development.
  • Continuation of efforts to keep the State and Federal government out of local decision making, with public transparency.



Profession:Policy and legislative advocacy responsibilities at the local, regional, state and federal levels, including amendments.
Council Member/Mayor Prop Tem, City of El Paso de Robles, CA (2004–current)
Member and Mayor Pro Tem, City of El Paso de Robles <ca — Elected position (2004–current)
Member, Chairman, San Luis Obispo Council of Governments (SLOCOG) — Elected position (2006–current)
Member, Chairman, LOSSAN (Pacific Surfliner Intercity Passenger Rail Corridor) Board of Directors — Elected position (2008–current)
Board and Executive Committee Member, CALCOG — Elected position (2010–current)
Board Member, National Association of Regional Councils (NARC) — Elected position (2011–current)
News Announcer, Talk Show Host and Commentator, Radio Station KPRL (1981–1990)
Editor In Chief, Paso Robles Daily Press and Country News (1982–1986)
CEO, Sonoma County Alliance (1978–1981)
CEO, Citizens For Environmental Balance and Economic Stability (1974–1978)


Marquette University and Lincoln University Law School Took Liberal Arts courses before being hired as a department head with 3,500 students a week to teach + Law School., Histroy major, Radio/TV minor, usiness Administration courses and general law theory and practice. (1965)

Community Activities

Manager, North County Duplicate Bridge Club (2006–current)
Manager/ Director, Morro Bay Charity Bridge Club (2015–current)

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Featured Endorsements

  • Paso Robles Professional Firefughters, I.A.F.F. 4148
  • Assemlyman Katcho Achadjian
  • Mayor Steve Martin, City of Paso Robles

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