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Service Never Ends....

Monday, August 27, 2012 19:12 | Chip Dykes
Veterans and Supporters, It has been said, "service for a Marine (or other servicemember) never ends." So in keeping with this mantra I have decided to step up my game and announce my run for Oceanside City Council. Unfortunately, this decision has caused me to have to resign as a board member for the Southwest Veterans' Resource Center. However, I firmly believe I can great serve Veterans as an elected official. For the past 5 months I have been on a "listening tour" of Oceanside. Having met with leaders of the non-profit, government and business communities, the chorus is loud and clear. Oceanside is starving for leadership. They are looking for clear and consistent policies, procedures and initiatives which will take our city past the partisan politics and bring about prosperity. I am just the man to do this! If you are interested in learning more about me or the campaign, or making a contribution, please visit Thank you for your service and continued support. Semper Fidelis!


  • Tuesday, November 18, 2014 17:39 | Jeffrey Backus
    I would vote for you, but I don't live in Oceanside anymore. Keep up the good fight!
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