Suzette Martinez Valladarez was born and raised in the San Fernando valley. She attended College of the Canyons and Cal State Northridge. She currently makes her home here in the Palmdale-Acton area. Suzette is a wife, a mother of a small child, and runs a non-profit for early childhood education. She is also one of the many Republican candidates who are attempting to beat Congresswoman Katie Hill in the 2020 election.
Suzette has always considered herself active in politics and says she became a Republican ironically because of Al Gore. She says it was at that time she realized she related more to the ideas of the Republican party moreso than the democratic party. She believes very much in personal responsibility and relinquishing regulations on businesses. She also believes that Katie Hill is not representing our district correctly. Whether she is right or not will ultimately be determined at the ballot box.
But I will say this. I really enjoyed meeting Suzette. She is incredibly likable, easy going and extremely friendly, and as the first of the Republican candidates for the 2020 election to come on the show, she gets extra special kudos from me. Suzette has a real desire to connect with the people of the district and I really respect her for it. I only had an hour with her so of course I didn’t ask every question you might want to hear an answer for, but Suzette has committed to coming back on the show again. She also holds e-town halls every Wednesday night on Facebook.
I think Suzette could be a force to be reckoned with and it’s definitely going to make the 2020 election in the 25th very interesting
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