Monday, May 05, 2008

GROSSMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARDMEMBER PRISCILLA SCHREIBER HOSTS VOICE OF SAN DIEGO FOR JAMES HARTLINE TODAY, MON. MAY 5, 2008












San Diego City Council candidate James Hartline is pleased to announce that the one and only Priscilla Schreiber will be hosting Cafe San Diego on the well known website Voice of San Diego, Monday, May 5, 2008. Mrs. Schreiber will be blogging for San Diego City Council candidate James Hartline.


Priscilla Schreiber is a two-term elected boardmember with the Grossmont Union High School District. In 2004, Mrs. Schreiber was re-elected to the GUHSD with over 82,000 votes, the largest landslide in East San Diego County for that school board.


Each candidate for the San Diego City Council has been offered the unusual opportunity by the Voice of San Diego to have one of their supporters blog on their behalf on the website, which is one of the most visited news websites in San Diego.


James Hartline chose Priscilla Schreiber because of her tremendous commitment to the youth of San Diego County. As a dedicated Christian, there is no greater example in San Diego's education arena of an elected official who has given more to helping students and their parents. James Hartline has absolutely no reservations of publicly stating that his friend and supporter, Priscilla Schreiber, is a woman of the highest integrity, incredible intellect, and most importantly, uncompromising in her service to Jesus Christ.


So, we invite you to go to the Voice of San Diego website throughout the day of May 5, 2008 and enjoy the blog entries that Priscilla will be writing throughout the day on James Hartline's behalf.


And remember, despite her extremely busy schedule, and the fact that she is running for her third term on the school board this year, Priscilla Schreiber still set aside an entire day to serve James Hartline by blogging on his behalf.


"I say to Priscilla Schreiber: thank you for being my mentor, my friend, my good political example, and above all, my sister in the Lord Jesus Christ," says James Hartline to the world.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Government and religion or faith or whatever you call it, do not mix, sir.