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Supervisor Nathan Fletcher takes small business tour after leading lockdowns

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Supervisor Nathan Fletcher was the lead advocate of lockdowns throughout the coronavirus pandemic, which caused many businesses to shut down for good. The video above, from 6/29/2020, show Fletcher demanding businesses that don’t serve food must shut down, in the name of public health. Just one of the many ant-business policies he put in place in the name of “public health.”
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Nathan Fletcher

From a family of world-renowned surfers, Nathan Fletcher was fated to push limits. His fire for big waves and airs have established him as a leading innovator within the sport. In this episode, he discusses the secrets to aging gracefully as a professional athlete, what drives him in heavy water, how motocross and skating have helped him assess both pain and risk, and the precarious tension between living in the moment and finding who you are.
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Nathan Fletcher faces two challengers to District 4 County Supervisors seat

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Three candidates are vying for the District 4 seat on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, hoping to unseat incumbent Nathan Fletcher. Fletcher faces state-licensed investigator Amy Reichert and Sidiqa Hooker, a diversity and inclusion coordinator for LinkedIn, in Tuesday’s primary, which will send two of the candidates to November’s runoff.
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Supervisors Nathan Fletcher, Lawson-Remer & The San Diego Foundation Want to Create “Government Land Action Strategy” for Region, Foundation Pledges Seed Money

June 3, 2022 – San Diego, CA – Chair Nathan Fletcher, Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer and The San Diego Foundation (TSDF) want to work with the 18 incorporated cities, and other government agencies to create a Government Land Action Strategy, to identify government-owned land to build 10,000 affordable homes over the next three to-five years. TSDF is also pledging $10 million to help projects built on government land get started, and will pursue raising another $90 million to support the initiative.
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Secrets of Sidiqa: Who is the Democrat Challenging Supervisor Nathan Fletcher?

Sidiqa Hooker, strumming an acoustic guitar, sang “When I’m gone” by 3 Doors Down in 2011, competing in a statewide Distinguished Young Women contest. Hooker, then a Preuss School student and a San Diego Junior Miss, couldn’t know that a decade later, at 27, she’d be running for the county Board of Supervisors, challenging fellow Democrat and chair Nathan Fletcher in District 4, where he is heavily favored.
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2022 election: Q&A with Nathan Fletcher, District 4 San Diego County supervisor candidate

There are three candidates on the June 7 ballot for San Diego County’s Fourth Supervisorial District, which includes central San Diego County. They are incumbent board chair/educator Nathan Fletcher, diversity inclusion coordinator Sidiqa Hooker and state licensed investigator Amy Reichert. The two with the most votes will advance to a Nov. 8 runoff.
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Chair Nathan Fletcher delivers State of San Diego County address

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Board of Supervisors Chair Nathan Fletcher Tuesday evening used the annual State of the County address to tout recent achievements and unveil new initiatives. Speaking before an audience at the San Diego Continuing Education Center in the Mountain View neighborhood, he said he was there...

San Diego County Board of Supervisor's Chair Nathan Fletcher delivers 2nd State of the County Address

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, Calif. — San Diego County Board of Supervisor's Chair Nathan Fletcher delivered his second State of the County Address Tuesday, March 29, 2022. Speaking before an audience at the San Diego Continuing Education Center in the Mountain View neighborhood, he said he was there to talk "where we are, progress made and where we need to go."