Jim Desmond District 5 San Diego

Why should we replace Supervisor Jim Desmond?

Dr. Tiffany Boyd-Hodgson is a mom, scientist, and small business owner from San Marcos running for the San Diego County Board of Supervisors in District 5.

As a former school board member and parent of four children, Tiffany understands the challenges facing working families. Owning a small business, she knows firsthand the difficulties facing North County businesses. Now, as a Director on the Vallecitos Water District, Tiffany knows the issues surrounding water- keeping it clean and accessible.

Being a scientist, Tiffany knows that data and facts speak louder than special interests. She has proven her commitment to our community and has the track record to back it up. Tiffany will be a strong advocate for our North County families, workers, and the environment.

From Oceanside to Escondido and from Fallbrook to Borrego Springs, Tiffany is a strong leader and will fight for the people of North County.

Tiffany has volunteered to help domestic violence survivors, raised money for victims of human trafficking, been elected by her community more to than one office, and the list goes on. She has proven time and again that she’s not one to sit around and wait for problems to solve themselves. When Tiffany sees a need in her community, she listens, rolls up her sleeves, and gets to work.

As a current elected Director of the Vallecitos Water District, Tiffany has championed common sense advancements to make water affordable and accessible. She led the effort to make the workplace more equitable and even fought shut-offs for ratepayers who couldn’t pay during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tiffany defends our beaches and waterways to protect our North County resources.

Now more than ever, North County needs a bold and effective leader on the Board of Supervisors. Dr. Tiffany Boyd-Hodgson has a strong voice and a proven track record to get the job done.

Supervisor District 5 houses the beaches of Oceanside including North County’s Vista, San Marcos, and Escondido into the agricultural region of Fallbrook, Bonsall, Valley Center, and across the mountains to the desert community of Borrego Springs.