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June 5, 2018 — Elecciones Primarias de California

Asamblea Estatal de CaliforniaCandidato para Distrito 76

Photo de Maureen "Mo" Muir

Maureen "Mo" Muir

Republicana
School Boardmember/Businesswoman
9,642 votos (8.8%)
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Experiencia

Experiencia

Trustee, San Dieguito High School Board — Cargo elegido (2014–current)
Trustee, Encinitas Union School District — Cargo elegido (2010–2014)

Biografía

Maureen “Mo” Muir currently serves as Vice President of an elected board member of the highly acclaimed San Dieguito Union High School District (recently ranked #1 by “Niche,”), and has served as an elected official since 2008. Mo Muir is a well-recognized public figure, dedicated community contributor, and tireless elected public servant.

First elected in 2008 to the Encinitas Union High School, Mo’s reputation as an accountable, transparent, and engaged board member resulted in her successful run for a second term as an unopposed candidate in what has historically been a highly competitive race. Mo was later appointed to serve her board peers as Clerk of the board. While on the Encinitas board, she received community acclaim for her “no” vote on a wasteful school bond, and authored the "No" rebuttal position on the bond in the San Diego Voting Ballot Guide.

In 2014, voters elected Mo as their #1 choice out of 7 candidates to the San Dieguito Union High School District (a 100,000K+ voter district), far ahead of three popular incumbent challengers. In her current position as Board member for this approximately 13,000 student district, Mo has earned a reputation as a fiscally responsible watchdog of public funds, voting “no” on a master contract giving staff (even new hires) a 12.5% pay raise in addition to a salary provision that guaranteed further raises if needed to ensure that the teachers would be the highest paid in all of San Diego county’s 42 school districts (without allocation protections tied to the fiscal health of the district). The Master Contract, which she voted against, ultimately earned the “Golden Fleece” award from San Diego County’s Taxpayer’s Association in 2016.

When not serving in her official capacity, Mo actively supports family and community needs as an active volunteer at the regional and local levels. Community contributions have included her service through appointments to San Diego County’s First 5 Technical and Professional Advisory Committee by the county’s Board of Supervisors, the Advisory Board of the world renown non-profit LifeSharing (which is a division of the UCSD Medical Center dedicated to lifesaving and life-enhancing organ and tissue donation), the North Coast Consortium for Special Education (a state required regional consortium to ensure that the legal and fiscal needs of students with disabilities are being met), and the board for the Friends of the Encinitas County Library. She has also been an active volunteer with the reading literacy program of the Kiwanis, Math 24 (a program designed to improve math literacy among elementary school students), a founder of a charter dedicated to supporting the needs gifted students with support of USC faculty member Sarah Kaplan, and a board member of a local elementary school parent teacher association.

As a result of her many contributions, she has received recognition from Congressman Brian Bilbray for my work on behalf of North County families, from Assemblyman Martin Garrick for my educational work and was honored as "Educator of the Year" in 2010 from the New Encinitas Business Network, to name a few

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Contribuciones

Dinero total recaudado: $147,939

Principales contribuyentes que dieron dinero para apoyar al candidato, por organización:

1
Wells Fargo (Commercial Lender) Maureen Muir (Personal Lender)
$65,000
2
Maureen "Mo" Muir
$15,000
3
Employees of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
$4,500
4
Employees of Encinitas
$4,400
4
Employees of Gail White - Author
$4,400
4
Employees of Mobil Gas Station (Birmingham)
$4,400
4
Employees of White & Robinson
$4,400

Más información acerca de contribuciones

Por estado:

California 97.89%
Florida 1.50%
Colorado 0.34%
Oregon 0.20%
Other 0.07%
97.89%

Por tamaño:

Contribuciones grandes (99.33%)
Contribuciones pequeñas (0.67%)
99.33%

Por tipo:

De organizaciones (54.75%)
De individuos (45.25%)
54.75%45.25%
Fuente: Análisis de datos de la Secretaría del Estado de California de MapLight.

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