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Palomar Community College DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Nina Deerfield

116,307 votes (21.25%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Protect and preserve affordable community college classes so students can acquire the necessary skills to be successful in their adult lives and boost our local economy.
  • Help Veterans re-enter the workplace when they come home
  • Support for homeless and food insecure students



I have lived in San Diego North County for 30 years. I have a split BA in Education and Political Science, a masters and a PhD in Naturopathic Medecine.  I have taught adult education for the City of Escondido for 29 years. 

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • Current Board Members - President Mark Evilsizer, Prof. John Halcón, Nancyann Hensch
  • San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council
  • Palomar Faculty Federation

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I am a community activist defending public education. I believe public education is the cornerstone of our democracy and the only chance most of our students will have at achieving the American Dream. Successful students will strengthen our middle class and our economy. 

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