I am committed to this community and have a proven record of civic activism. Government needs pragmatic leaders willing to stand for the interests of all. I will work for greater access to government, public safety, small business, and economic development. The Council needs a plain talking individual who puts action before words — I am that individual.
There is much to be thankful for in our community. Our unique home deserves appreciation, and I will work to keep the Lompoc Valley a place where we all want to live.
I have lived in Lompoc for 25 years, raised a family, and have worked in white and blue-collar jobs. Coming from a working family background, at the age of forty-four, I graduated from Cal Poly in 2001 (Social Science). With my background, and life experience, I will be a responsible councilman.
We must maintain the benefits of living in our community with an eye to the future. The time has come to look forward and build a secure economy for the next generation. With your vote, I will bring common sense back to government.
This is the first election for Lompoc City Council under the district system. I’m running in the 3rd District (southeast quarter of the city). “On City Council I will represent my district first,” says Cuthbert, “but we as a city must stand together and understand our common interests.”
#Lompocvotescuthbert Open Facebook Page
2014 Candidate Profile from the Lompoc Record – Many of the same issues are yet to be addressed
City of Lompoc details of district elections and maps
Santa Maria Times: district elections and forums for all local candidates at City Hall