The most important issues to focus on during any election would be those that affect your local government. But with the presidential election taking center stage, the issues on the local level risk getting buried even further.
No one’s arguing that the national election isn’t a big one. But it’s what happens on the local level that affects us to the core. What goes on in the neighborhoods that we live in, that we work in, that we play in that will determine, more than anything else, if we can survive and thrive.
And that’s why Scott Hasson is fighting to get his name out. Hasson, running for San Diego Community College Board of Trustees, District B, can only hope that people in his district will at least remember his name on Election Day to be held on November 6, 2012. Why? Because if he wins, Scott Hasson will be the first board member EVER to bring real world business solutions to an old world style of doing business.
“The school boards are educating children and adults and that is what drives jobs, that is what drives employment,” says Hasson, adding “and that’s where the future is.”
Currently, all five members of the Community College District in the city of San Diego are all educators. None have juggled an enormous budget in the private sector or been trained to ask the right questions to manage the $1.5 billion the taxpayers have bestowed upon them.
And although Hasson has been educated, if elected, he’d be the first board member who’s also held posts in the business world where he’s been responsible for tracking a budget and holding people, and their performance, accountable.
With a diverse background in multiple and different industries, Hasson has worked in Technology, Renewable energy, Automotive industry building a strong foundation with fiscal principles that make people accountable.
“Right now our current board of the San Diego Community College District says “yes” to every proposal that comes their way. Yet I have never heard them ask financial questions,” Hasson states. Blanket “yes” votes will not get our students educated. Sound fiscal decisions will.
For more information on Scott Hasson’s journey, contact Scott at (858)-829-8303 or visit his website at http://hasson4sandiego.com/.
Scott believes that jobs start at the local level.
Scott Hasson for San Diego Community College Board of Trustees, District B.
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Scott Hasson - (858)-829-8303