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November 6, 2018 — California General Election

City of San ClementeCandidate for City Council

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Tiffany Joy Robson Leet

2,109 votes (2.8%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • preserve our small town seaside heritage of our historic community
  • No Toll Road! TSA is trying to destroy homes businesses and our whole town in order to expand the toll road- our community will not allow it.
  • Protect and support local small businesses and entrepreneurs- maintain opportunity in our community instead of big corporations and non local interests.



Western State University College of Law Juris Doctor degree, Law (current)
UCI B.A., Comparative Literature (current)

Community Activities

volunteer/organizer, Best Day Foundation (2010–current)
Board Member, RADAN- Foundation Providing Assistance to Women’s Small Business (2017–current)


I am running for City Council in San Clemente simply because I love my town. We have one of the few if only remaining small town California beach communities in Orange County. There has been a lot of pressure from big business, outside corporate interest and threats from the TCA to run a multi link toll road through our residential and business districts. We need to find a proactive and immediate way to address the San Onofre nuclear waste storage and safety measures. I intend to use my posistion to find and create smart and workable solutions to protect our city, help it grow and prosper in line with our unique character- preserving our past so that we can share our future.  

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I believe local givereent should be free of devicive political  agendas,  as well as free from personal financial interests. Decisions should be clear and achievable and driven by a desire to protect and represent the community as a whole.

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