Jordan Gascon, Executive Director
Jordan is in charge of the overall management of the county party organization, incl. candidate training and recruitment, event management and sponsorship, and strategic initiatives.
Jordan is originally from Camarillo, CA and moved to San Diego to attend SDSU in 2005. He has a MA in Diplomacy from Norwich University and a BA in International Security and Conflict Resolution from SDSU. He currently serves as the president of the Latino American Political Association, is a board member of the Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego County, Pine Valley Community Planning Group and Log Cabin Republicans, and is the founder and President of the HOPS Foundation. Jordan began his work in politics by interning with Mayor Faulconer. Jordan’s previous work includes grassroots policy advocacy with Americans for Prosperity Foundation and campaign work in multiple states. As the Deputy Strategic Initiatives Director for the Colorado Republican Committee he helped to increase the Hispanic vote in both the Coffman for Congress and Gardner for US Senate in 2014. Post CO, he was deployed to Louisiana to help coordinate GOTV efforts in the Cassidy for US Senate runoff. Since returning to San Diego he has served as both the Precinct Operations Director and Political Director for the Republican Party of San Diego County as well as a board member of the Citizens' Law Enforcement Review Board for the County of San Diego.
Andrew Cruz, Deputy Director
Andrew was born and raised in San Diego, and attend San Diego State University. Andrew began his work in politics by interning for Guam Governor Eddie Calvo, working as a staff assistant. Since returning to San Diego, he has worked as both Communications Director and Finance Director for the Republican Party of San Diego County and on the Maryott Campaign as a Political Director. After some campaign work, he returned to the RPSDC as the Deputy Director, working on getting Republicans elected here in San Diego County.
Rebekah Basson, Political Director
Rebekah was born in San Diego and raised in both San Diego and Georgia. Formerly our Finance Director from 2018 until the end of 2019, Rebekah began her work in politics by interning for Congressman Paul Broun soon after graduating high school. In 2017 she was appointed to the La Mesa-Spring Valley School Board, where she served as a trustee until the end of 2018 and left after becoming a new mom. After spending time focusing on her family, Rebekah has returned to the RPSDC as the Political Director.
Tina Miller, Assistant Treasurer
Tina is a San Diego native. She is a proud graduate of San Diego City College and Cal State University San Marcos. Tina is the proud mom of US Army soldier. Tina has been an accountant since graduating and began her stint in political accounting when she began working for April Boling in 2017. After April Boling's retirement, Tina joined the team at the RPSDC and helped us cut costs and streamline our reporting and accounting practices. A hardworking woman, Tina also works full time at the St. Luke Catholic Church.