Mitch McKay announces recent important Regional Endorsements in his District 3 City Council seat bid

In the past week, District 3 City Council candidate Mitchell (Mitch) McKay interviewed for and received the much sought-after endorsement from the Deputies Sheriff’s Association of San Diego County in the upcoming November 8th election.

Also in recent weeks, Mitch McKay found himself as the recipient of the KOGO NewsRadio 600 District 3 endorsement from local political radio host and personality Carl DeMaio.
Over the last few months, Mitch McKay has also collected two important regional political endorsements from former Congressman and City of Imperial Beach Mayor (1978 – 1985) Brian Bilbray, and from current, two-term City of Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey (2016 – 2024). 
Both Bilbray and Bailey spoke to Mitch McKay’s long-standing, civic involvement, professionalism, keen historical perspective, TRV environmental activism and strong commitment to maintaining the small Southern California beach community that its 27,000+ residents have come to love and cherish — all on top of his last five decades of engagement.

Richard Bailey — Coronado’s Mayor specifically said of McKay; “I’m proud to endorse Mitch McKay for Imperial Beach City Council — District 3. I’ve seen his professionalism when we worked together in the private (aerospace) sector, and I’ve seen his commitment to the IB Community during my time as Coronado’s Mayor. I trust Mitch will continue look out for the best interests of IB residents and will work collaboratively in the Region.”

Additionally, in March of 2022, Mr. McKay was invited to be interviewed and earned a unanimous endorsement by the non-partisan, small business promoting organization known as the Lincoln Club of South San Diego County. 
Mr. McKay can be contacted with campaign inquiries (including campaign yard sign requests) via email at:

Vol. 38, No. 40 - Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022

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