Desert Sun: Kotyuk an Anti-Sanctuary Leader

The Desert Sun, in their primary voter guide, highlights the choice for voters on June 5th between Assembly Chad Mayes, the deciding vote on Governor Brown's Cap & Trade Gas Tax, and Andrew Kotyuk, who is leading the anti-sanctuary movement.

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Jason Roe
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association Endorses Kotyuk

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association (HJTA) PAC endorsed small businessman and Navy Veteran Andrew Kotyuk for State Assembly.  Kotyuk has been a vocal leader in the effort to Repeal the Gas Tax, rallying supporters and campaigning in support of the initiative.  He is running against Assemblyman Chad Mayes, who was the deciding vote on Governor Jerry Brown’s Cap & Trade GasTax and was removed as Assembly Republican Leader.

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Jason Roe
Kotyuk's Leadership at RTA Saves Big on Fuel Cost

Riverside Transit Agency’s Fuel Program is Bearing Fruit

A Riverside Transit Agency campaign launched nearly six years ago to save the agency gas money is paying off.  The Fuel Task Force Committee — which began in 2012 and spearheaded by former RTA Board member and San Jacinto City Councilman Andrew Kotyuk along with current Board members County Supervisor Marion Ashley, Jeff Comerchero and Ike Bootsma — cleared the path for how business is done at RTA when it comes to buying natural gas; participating in state and federal fuel credit programs; and working with a private contractor to manage the whole operation.

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Jason Roe
Press Enterprise: Why mayor says San Jacinto has bright future

After years of struggles, San Jacinto Mayor Andrew Kotyuk spoke of what he called the city’s bright future during the State of the City breakfast Friday.  Kotyuk said there are now a lot of positives in the city of 45,000 residents, which was mired in scandal when he joined the council in 2010 and was deep in debt just two years ago.

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Jason Roe