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Kristie is a proven leader in her community and understands the value of having a strong representative that reflects the voices of the district in Sacramento. As a former elected official, she remains dedicated to being a strong advocate and accessible presence for her community. Her commitment to take into account all perspectives will allow us to move forward and continue to create not only a healthy San Diego region but a thriving California for people and the environment alike.
Meet Kristie Bruce Lane
Kristie Bruce-Lane is a businesswoman who has proven there are still leaders who can get things done in California. She knows that taxes are too high, the homelessness epidemic is out of control, and Sacramento politicians are driving California off a cliff. Kristie knows that California can do better.
Kristie paid her own way through college by working several jobs before beginning a successful career in agriculture and health care. Following her private sector career, Kristie served her community on a Regional Task Force focused on identifying and addressing the root causes of homelessness.
After years of volunteer work in the San Diego community, Kristie was elected to serve on the San Diego Water Board as a Director of Division 4 Olivenhain Municipal Water. There she prioritized providing San Diego families with access to high-quality and affordable drinking water and worked to implement common sense preventative measures to mitigate the threat of future droughts, increase transparency, and address fiscal accountability on behalf of the taxpayers.
Bringing Common Sense to Sacramento
“San Diego used to be the Golden City of the Golden State. People would travel from all corners of the
world for the chance to live here. Through common sense reforms, California can once again be
the land of endless opportunity.”
California’s 76th Assembly District includes the cities of Escondido, San Diego (including Carmel Mountain Ranch, Carmel Valley, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Peñasquitos, and Torrey Highlands), and San Marcos, as well as the unincorporated San Diego County communities of Black Mountain Ranch, Buena, Del Dios, Elfin Forest, Fairbanks Ranch, Felicita Park, Foothill, 4S Ranch, Gopher Canyon, Harmony Grove, Lake San Marcos, Rancho Santa Fe, Rincon, Rincon del Diablo, Rock Springs, Twin Oaks, Vista Acres, and Whispering Palms.