Here are the results from an invitation to sign the Pledge “I pledge to not take contributions from the oil, gas, and coal industry and instead prioritize the health of our families, climate, and democracy over fossil fuel industry profits.” with the understanding that no response by Nov. 10 is a declination to sign.
Compton – incumbent 4th district SLO BOS No – decline to sign
Peschong -Sitting board 1st District BOS No- decline to sign.
Arnold – Sitting board 5th BOS – I sent the email directly to Supervisor Arnold on Nov. 1. This is her response received on Nov. 9
Thank you for your email. I will be glad to share this correspondence with Supervisor Arnold, however she is out in the district today and I am unable to present this until next week due to the holiday.
Jen Caffee for Supervisor Arnold
Supervisor, District 5
So if we do not hear back from Arnold by Nov 17 she is a NO- Decline to sign
Carbajal -incumbent 24th congressional district No- Decline to sign.
Fareed – candidate 24th congressional district No – Decline to sign
Feinstein – incumbent – US Senate No- Decline to sign
And to reiterate: Yes – signers
Jimmy Pauling-candidate 4th district Board of Supervisors
Bruce Gibson – incumbent 2nd district Board of Supervisors
Adam Hill sitting member – 3rd District Board of Supervisors
Heidi Harmon – sitting Mayor San Luis Obispo
Andy Pease – sitting SLO city council
Aaron Gomez – sitting SLO city council
Coleen Martin – sitting Lucia Mar Unified School District Board of Trustees Area 2
Mark Buckman – sitting Lucia Mar Unified School District Board of Trustees Area 1
I did ask Allison Hartman Nov 8 candidate US Senator California but did not specify deadline to respond. If anyone would like to follow up with Allison we could post her response.
So this concludes the Pledge drive.