A Vote for Jacqueline Inda

One of the reasons Jacqueline Inda would make an excellent member of the City Council is her active involvement in and knowledge of local schools. Jacqueline would bring to the City Council the perspective of a parent who currently has children who attend our local public schools, one of whom was born with medical special needs.

Jacqueline herself attended schools on Santa Barbara’s Eastside — Franklin, Santa Barbara Junior High School, and Santa Barbara High School. Her children have attended these very same schools.

As a family advocate working for families and teens in the elementary and high schools, she has established relationships with our schools, community partners, and our neighborhoods. Most recently, she attended the Santa Barbara Unified School District workshop on school facilities to understand a potential bond measure and the infrastructure needs of our local schools. She was also a sponsor of the Dons’ spring dance recital.

Jacqueline Inda will be a member of the City Council who will represent Santa Barbara’s families. Anyone with children in local schools should support her for City Council.

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