Join Carl DeMaio and friends for a discussion on how to improve services and assistance for veterans and ask Carl questions on the issues you care about the most.


Brady Pesola, Triple B Adventures*
Phil Kendro, Mt. Soledad Memorial Association*
Austin Miller, San Diego County Veterans Advisory Board*

While some flee, Carl DeMaio stands and fights. That’s why Carl DeMaio has become California’s best known taxpayer advocate and government reformer. Now Carl DeMaio is running for Congress to shake up the US Congress – and make sure our veterans are taken care of.

At this forum we will explore three key issues:

  1. Veterans Employment: How to improve support for veterans to transition into civilian employment.
  2. Health Care and VA Benefits: How to reform the VA to hold them accountable for providing the health care and other benefits due our veterans
  3. Homelessness and Social Services: How to reduce veteran homelessness and improve post-service assistance for veterans

Carl DeMaio wants to be YOUR voice in government. Carl’s eager to hear directly from you on your issues and concerns.

So come just to listen or to ask your questions!

PS: Spread the word to your friends and bring a guest!

*Affiliations listed for identification purposes and do not constitute organizational endorsements.


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At a time when too many politicians cave in on their principles, or merely pay lip-service to their constituents, Carl DeMaio is a fighter who takes action for what he believes in. A successful businessman, DeMaio founded his first company by age 24, his second by age 29, and sold both by age 33. Since then, he has hosted a popular news/talk radio show on NewsRadio 600 KOGO and founded and has led Reform California – a grassroots campaign advocates for government accountability reforms and has blocked over $2 billion in tax hikes.

Now Carl DeMaio is running for US Congress with a plan to shake it up by advancing a bold, fresh Reform Agenda and recruiting other principled reformers to run for office.

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