Rancho Santa Fe resident Jamie Carr hosts fundraiser for Mayoral candidate Olga Diaz

Jamie Carr (event hostess), Francine Busby (San Diego County Democratic Party Chair)

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Jamie Carr hosted a fundraising event at her Rancho Santa Fe residence for Escondido Mayoral candidate Olga Diaz on Oct. 3.

Diaz currently serves as the Deputy Mayor of Escondido and Chair of the Escondido Creek Watershed Alliance. She is the first Latina ever elected to the Escondido City Council. She has most recently been selected to serve on the California Coastal Commission as an alternate. http://olgadiaz.com/

Photos/Eva Stimson

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