Andrew Kotyuk Outraises Mayes, Jeandron for 42nd Assembly District

San Jacinto Councilman and former Mayor Andrew Kotyuk raised more money in the last reporting period than any of the other candidates in the race for the 42nd Assembly District.  Kotyuk raised 35% more than embattled Assemblyman Chad Mayes and outraised perennial candidate Gary Jeandron by nearly 5-1.

Kotyuk raised nearly $135,000 to Mayes’ $88,000 and just over $27,000 for Jeandron.

“We’ve built a solid base of support throughout the district, while Chad Mayes is funded by Sacramento Special Interests” said Kotyuk.  “Republicans want principled leaders in Sacramento who will stand up to liberal special interests, not join them.  As a small businessman, I see the toll that taxes and regulations are having on our entrepreneurs and risk-takers.  They deserve someone who will make it easier to survive, not harder.”

Chad Mayes was the deciding vote to pass Governor Brown’s Cap & Trade Gas Tax.  As a result, he was removed from his position as Assembly Republican Leader.

Andrew Kotyuk is a successful small business owner and veteran of the U.S. Navy.  He has served on the San Jacinto City Council since 2010, when he was elected to help get the city back on track after four council members were indicted.  He helped balance a 25% budget deficit without raising taxes.  Today, San Jacinto has a balanced budget and has restored serves to its residents. 

Kotyuk has been endorsed by Senator Joel Anderson, former Senate GOP Leader Dennis Hollingsworth, Riverside County Supervisor Kevin Jeffries, and many local elected leaders.

To learn more visit Kotyuk for Assembly


Jason Roe