Judah Hosanna was born and raised in San Diego and has dedicated his life to bettering the county as a whole. In addition, Judah Hosanna is founder of a non profit organization supporting those in need and helping other organizations that are dedicated to making a positive impact on our city, and humanity as a whole. Mr.Hosanna holds multiple college degrees in, communication & social & behavioral science while specializing in intercultural communication, negotiation, conflict management, and mass communication platforms. When asked about his political stance and projected agenda this was his response. " I have a clear vision for San Diego. Consisting of lower taxes, smaller government, standing behind small businesses, higher wages, more jobs, and extensive tax cuts beyond what is currently offered to businesses for those willing to take the time to hire currently unemployed, homeless, and transitional individuals. The issues we face as a community can't be fixed by throwing money at the problem. The solution starts at the individual level, person to person. Communities don't just change overnight or by pumping money into the system, they change when people actually do something to make a difference in the life of their fellow man or woman. For far to long there has been gridlock in Washington and it is clear that the people in elected positions either don't care, are far too rich, or are just too disconnected to understand our problems not only on a community level but individual as well. I'm a real person, with real challenges just like everyone else. Im not an elite, not blessed with great fortunes, Im just a normal person trying to bring real positive change for our community and our nation while providing a voice in Washington for people who have long been forgotten. I have no political agenda, no vendetta to fulfill; I just want to bring hope. Hope that this isn't the end. Hope that we can become something more. Hope that people still have a voice in this great nation. Although my views are conservative, I don't view our community on a political level. We all face the same issues in San Diego, regardless of the party you support. We all need help in some way, shape, or form; and if you don't need help now, I'm sure we can all think of a time when we did. When I needed help the government wasn't there to support me, it was the community. That's what my campaign is all about, giving back to the community that helped me, and making sure that when others struggle, people know that there is someone just like them fighting to have their voice heard in Washington."