Todd Gloria Net Worth – Todd Gloria is us mayor of San Diego know all abouthis Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Partner, Children.
|Birthday||May 10, 1978|
|Education||University of San Diego (BA)|
|Country / Nationality||United States|
|State / Province||California|
|Net Worth||$ 1 to 5 Million|
Todd Rex Gloria is an American politician serving as the 37th and current mayor of San Diego since 2020. A member of the Democratic Party, he is the first person of colour and the first openly gay person to serve as San Diego’s mayor.
Gloria was first elected to public office representing District 3 of the San Diego City Council. He was president of the nine-member council from 2012 through 2014. In his role as council president, Gloria served as interim Mayor of San Diego from the August 2013 resignation of Mayor Bob Filner until the March 2014 inauguration of Mayor Kevin Faulconer. Gloria was then elected to represent California’s 78th State Assembly district, which encompasses much of San Diego. While on the Assembly, he served as House Majority Whip.
Todd Gloria Net Worth
Todd Gloria Net Worth is $ 1 to 5 Million in 2021.
Todd Gloria Family
Gloria is a third-generation resident of San Diego. All four of his grandparents moved to the area because of their involvement with the military. He has described his ethnic background as “basically half Native American (Tlingit-Haida, an Alaska tribe), a quarter Filipino, and then a little bit of Dutch and Puerto Rican.”
Todd Gloria Husband and Children
Todd Gloria is Openly Gay but there is no any Information Available on Social Media about his Partner and Marital Status. He keeps his Personal Life Private.
Todd Gloria Career and Achievement
U.S. Congresswoman Susan Davis had been Gloria’s political mentor since they met in 1993. Davis was the director of the Aaron Price Fellows Program, a leadership program for high school students focused on civic education and cross-cultural understanding, and Gloria was a high school freshman. In 2002, Gloria became Davis’s district director, a position he held until his election to the City Council in 2008.
Gloria also served as a San Diego Housing Commissioner from 2005 until 2008. Openly gay, he is also a former chairman of the San Diego LGBT Community Center and was a resident panelist on San Diego’s Prostitution Impact Panel.
San Diego City Council
Gloria ran for the District 3 seat on the San Diego City Council vacated by the termed-out Toni Atkins in the 2008 election. He received a plurality of votes in the June 2008 primary, leading to a November run-off election against fellow Democrat Stephen Whitburn, a former journalist, community activist, and ally of then-District 6 Council member Donna Frye. Gloria defeated Whitburn with 54.3% of the vote.
In the 2012 election, Gloria ran for re-election unopposed and was re-elected in the June primary. As of his second term, District 3 included the neighbourhood’s of Balboa Park, Bankers Hill/Park West, Downtown San Diego, Golden Hill, Hillcrest, Little Italy, Mission Hills, Normal Heights, North Park, Old Town, and University Heights.
California State Assembly
On April 7, 2015, Gloria announced that he would run in 2016 for the California State Assembly 78th district seat held by Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins, who was termed out. Gloria was immediately endorsed by Atkins and by Sarah Boot, who had previously announced her own candidacy for Atkins’s seat but withdrew upon Gloria’s announcement. While running for State Assembly, Gloria promoted the city’s climate action plan. On November 8, 2016, Gloria was easily elected over his relatively unknown Republican opponent with the second-highest margin of victory in San Diego County. He was easily re-elected in 2018 with over 70 percent of the vote in both the primary and the general elections.
Shortly after assuming office in 2016, Gloria was chosen by Speaker Anthony Rendon to join Democratic leadership in the Assembly as Assistant Majority Whip. In January 2018, he became Majority Whip.
Mayor of San Diego
Gloria announced his candidacy for mayor of San Diego in 2020 on January 9, 2019. Gloria’s campaign focused on issues such as the housing crisis, affordability, public transportation, and climate change. Gloria was endorsed by several politicians including Governor Gavin Newsom, former Governor Jerry Brown, and San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott. On August 20, 2019, Gloria won the San Diego County Democratic Party’s endorsement vote, allowing the party to spend money on behalf of his campaign. Gloria received 70% of the votes, exceeding the 60% required to win. Fellow democratic rivals Barbara Bry and Tasha Williamson won 14% and 3% of the votes respectively.
In August 2019, Gloria was accused of collecting funds for his 2020 re-election campaign to the State Assembly before filing his intent to run with the state in violation of state law. Gloria claimed this was a technical oversight and filed the relevant paperwork the next day.
Gloria received the most votes in the primary election and advanced to the general election against runner up Barbara Bry. He was then elected mayor in the November 3 election, making him the first Native American and Filipino-American mayor elected in a US city of over a million people and the city’s first mayor of color and the city’s first openly gay mayor. He was sworn in on December 10, 2020. ( Source Wikipedia and News Websites ).