Indivisible Ramona will host a District 50 Congressional Candidates Forum in the Ramona Library Community Room on Sunday, June 25. For more information, click HERE.
Gloria's Official Statement Concerning the Federal Investigation into Rep. Hunter's Alleged Campaign Finance Violations
Duncan Hunter Jr.’s personal greed, unethical conduct and corruption in office makes him unfit to represent us in Congress. He thinks he’s above the law and doesn’t have to play by the rules. As a registered nurse and 18-year elected director of the Grossmont Healthcare District, I have the character and experience to restore integrity, cure corruption and fight for affordable healthcare when I replace Hunter Jr. in Congress.
I applaud the Office of Congressional Ethics for their unanimous vote to investigate his blatant misuse of campaign contributions and dishonorable conduct while the FBI conducts their criminal investigation of Congressman Hunter. The only cure for corruption is to replace him with with smart, ethical and honest representation.
Gloria Chadwick, RN
Director, Grossmont Healthcare District Board
Entrance to Rep. Duncan Hunter office in El Cajon. Photo by Ken Stone
Newly published in-depth article by the Times of San Diego providing additional details on the Duncan Hunter Jr. federal investigation.
Click HERE to read the story by Ken Stone.
Rep. Duncan Hunter is being investigated by the Department of Justice over whether he improperly used campaign funds for personal use, according to a statement released Thursday by the House Ethics Committee.
Click HERE to read the San Diego Union Tribune article by Morgan Cook.
Gloria Chadwick listens to Rep. Duncan D. Hunter explain what health services veterans should get. Photo by Chris Stone
Click HERE to read the Times of San Diego article.
Grossmont Healthcare District Trustee Gloria Chadwick, center, announced at a town hall meeting held by Rep. Duncan Hunter Saturday that she will run against the incumbent Congressman. (Nancee E. Lewis / San Diego Union-Tribune)
Click HERE to read the San Diego Union-Tribune article.