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United States

U.S. House of RepresentativesCandidate for District 27

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Christian Daly

Deputy Supervisor
6,504 votes (3.9%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Provide nonpartisan service for the constituents of California's 27th Congressional District
  • Create viable economic opportunities, ensure quality public education, and promote equality within our laws
  • Support and strengthen families, from seniors down to our youth

Experience

Experience

Profession:Public Servant
Deputy Supervisor, Los Angeles County - Board of Supervisors (2017–2019)
Administrative Coordinator, Pepperdine University (2016–2017)
District Representative, California State Assembly - 62nd District (2014–2014)

Education

Peppedine University Master of Public Policy, Public Policy, specializations in State & Local Policy and International Relations (2016)
University of Southern California Bachelor of Arts, English - Creative Writing (2012)
Pasadena City College Associate of Arts, Journalism (2008)

Biography

Christian Daly is a California native, born and raised in the San Gabriel Valley. After receiving his Associate of Arts and Associate of Science in Journalism from Pasadena City College, Daly continued his education at the University of Southern California, graduating with honors with his Bachelor of Arts in English, with a specialty in poetry.[1]  Upon graduating from USC, he lived a short time in Paris, where he studied and wrote poetry. After returning to the United States, Daly gave back to his community through the College Youth Network to help young people attend college — an experience which ultimately inspired him to transition to a career of service in the public sector. While pursuing his Master’s of Public Policy from Pepperdine University, he served as a District Representative for the 62nd California State Assembly District. After graduating with honors with a specialty in state and local policy and international relations, he went on to work for the County of Los Angeles, and spent his most recent years as a Deputy Supervisor for the Fifth Supervisorial District of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. He represented the County and advocated for residents in nine communities in the San Gabriel Valley. Daly has a passion for helping people and strives to be a bridge to resources that change people’s lives. This passion led him to be of greater service to the community and the nation by running for office — namely the U.S. House of Representatives, California’s 27th Congressional District.

 

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Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I am an independent, registered to vote in California as "No Party Preference." I believe that public service should be nonpartisan and that the focus should always remain on the communities that are being represented. Unfortunately, this is not the common belief held within our nation's Capitol and the partisan divide stretches from Washington D.C. to arguments at our own dining room tables. When party politics get in the way, progress stalls and communities suffer. As an independent, I will work for the people and not for a party. I will help heal this divide and work with Democrats and Republicans, but continue with my focus on the communities I will serve to bring much needed solutions to the households around our nation.

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