Candidate Statement - Woodside Plaza

I am running for City Council because I want to lead us into the future while respecting where we’ve come from, and bring the can-do spirit of Redwood City that shaped who I am today to City Hall.

I grew up in Redwood City at a time when it was an affordable city where working families like mine could afford to buy a home. My two younger sisters and I attended Redwood City elementary schools and participated in Little League, AYSO, the PCCA Dolphins swim team, and the Peninsula Youth Orchestra that enriched our childhood.

My hometown is changing, but my deep sense of belonging and community support remain strong. Since returning to Redwood City after college, I have jumped headfirst into giving back to my City by serving with organizations that make up the fabric of our community.

The challenges we face are daunting, but by working together shoulder-to-shoulder as a community, I am confident we can tackle these issues. I pledge to bring my commitment to and experience in local government along with my lifelong community roots to represent all of Redwood City and move us forward.

Statements taken from Candidate site and Redwood City Candidate page

Jason Galisatus

Endorsements

Endorsements by current officials, for a complete list please visit here

  • Shelly Masur - Redwood City Council Member
  • Alicia Aguirre - Redwood City Council Member
  • John Seybert - Redwood City Council Member
  • Jeffrey Gee - Redwood City Council Member
  • Kevin Mullin, California State Assembly
  • Marc Berman, California State Assembly
  • Evan Low, California State Assembly
  • Scott Wiener, California State Senate
  • Fiona Ma, California Board of Equalization
  • Juan Raigoza, County Controller
  • Sandie Arnott, County Treasurer/Tax Collector

Contributions: Total raised through 9/22/2018 - $37,846

For a full list of contributors through this quarterhere if you cannot see the pdf on this page