Jay La Suer

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Jay La Suer (born January 24, 1940, in Hutchinson, Kansas) is a Republican politician from the state of California.

La Suer has a BA in Public Administration from San Diego State University. He was in the Army during 1958–1961, the San Diego police department during 1961–1967, and San Diego County Sheriff's Department from 1970–1994.

La Suer was consultant for the Association of Builders and Contractors as Senior Director of Education. Prior to serving in the California State Legislature, LaSuer was elected Councilman and Mayor in La Mesa, serving during 1990–2000.

La Suer was first elected to the California State Assembly in 2000 and served until term limited out of office in 2006. He represented District 77, which includes the eastern San Diego County cities of El Cajon, La Mesa, Santee, and eastern San Diego.

La Suer and his wife Lynn have two grown daughters.


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Political offices
Preceded by
Steve Baldwin
California State Assemblyman, 77th District
Succeeded by
Joel Anderson