A candidate for Temecula City Council received the endorsement of the Riverside County Republican Party, it was announced Friday.
Jamie White, 44, one of won the endorsement during an event Thursday at the Mission Inn in Riverside, according to a news release.
"I am honored that the Party trusts me with this endorsement and I will fight to get Agenda 21 and the United Nations' sustainable cities plan out of the city of Temecula," White said. "I believe that I represent a new Republican Party that is ready to stand up to the United Nations and fight to end Agenda 21 in all of our cities.
"Agenda 21 affects Democrats, Republicans and Independents. This is an issue that all Americans must stand against together."
As part of her campaign platform, White said she will address Temecula’s "$517 million redevelopment debt that has incurred by the current administration."
She has voiced concerns that "instead of working to pay down these loans, the city of Temecula is trying to find ways to 'borrow' even more money without the approval of the citizens of Temecula at high interest rates."
Residents will have the chance to vote on their choice of city council candidates during the Nov. 6 general election.