Politician for the People

Have you ever wanted a politician who is for the people and not like the typical one? Do you want honesty? Do you want one that even politicians endorse because he thinks of the people he represents first? Then Katcho Achadjian is the man to vote for Congress in the 24thDistrict.

He is a man of integrity who tells the truth and keeps his word. He makes time to acknowledge people for their upstanding job of leadership in the community. He communicates and interacts well with other politicians and his constituents: the people he serves. He does not put himself first like some politicians who are in there for their own benefit. His mission is to give back to the communities and be our voice in Washington, D.C.

After you consider the other candidates running for Congress, ask yourself, who will be the most dedicated public servant for the people? Let’s send Katcho to represent us in Congress. He fought for us on the Central Coast; he will fight for us in Washington.

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