720 N Broadway
Escondido, CA 92025

November 21 , 2018
As the San Diego Registrar of Voters continues to count ballots, these are still the Unofficial Results for the race for Escondido Mayor and City Council seats.

Paul McNamara

John Masson
District 2 

Consuelo Martinez
District 1

"A public office is not a job,
it is an opportunity to do
something for the public."

Franklin Knight Lane


Government Affairs Committee
Escondido Chamber of Commerce
720 N. Broadway
Tuesday, December 4th
4:00pm - 5:00pm

Topic: 2018 Election Recap & What it Means for Escondido and the Region.

Education Committee
Escondido Chamber of Commerce
720 N. Broadway
Thursday, December 13th
7:30am - 8:30am

Topic: "Charter Schools 101" with Cameron Curry from Classical Academies.

2018 Festival of Trees
Saturday, December 1st
10:00am - 1:00pm
Vista Optimists Club
600 Optimist Way
Vista, CA   92081

Click Here For More Information
68th Annual 
Escondido Jaycees
Christmas Parade 
Businesses & Advertisers Needed
Rorie Johnston

Yes, we will be celebrating Thanksgiving tomorrow... However, I don't recall a past election where the final results are still pending through the holiday, and will be into December. As the tallies are trickling in, it is trending in favor of Escondido having a new mayor. 

Though he will not be officially celebrating until all the votes are counted and the Registrar Of Voters calls the race, Paul McNamara will most likely be considering the changes bound to come his way. 

The City of Escondido has been on a positive track for a number of years. With the current council focusing on reigning in the looming pension obligation, ensuring the financial stability of the city, approving a number of infill projects bringing economic opportunities, and addressing the public safety and infrastructure needs, we trust that the new Council will continue this vision for a safe, beautiful and prosperous Escondido. 

City Council is a non-partisan public office. However, the perspective of both Consuelo Martinez and Paul McNamara will certainly change the council meeting dialogue. The chamber will also be collaborating with the council so that chamber members will have an opportunity to meet with the city leaders. 


Rorie Johnston
CEO & President
It's All About Small Business Saturday 
Time To Shop Small November 24th

In an effort to support local shops that make
our communities strong,  Small Business Saturday  takes place on the  Saturday after Thanksgiving to encourage  people to  Shop Small  and bring more holiday  shopping to small, local businesses. We all know there are a lot of wonderful, eclectic, unique mom-and-pop stores here in Escondido, so get out and show your support.

Since its inception in 2010, Small Business Saturday has grown into a national celebration and a community building movement. An estimated $85 billion has been spent, and over 90% of consumers say it has made a positive impact on their community!
        Chris Cochran, Marketing & Development Director

        Tina Inscoe, Membership Executive

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