Martin Garrick Biography
San Diego's Martin Garrick is North County's State Assemblyman for the 74th District. Garrick, who served in the Reagan Administration, is a small business owner and lifelong conservative advocate.
In the 1980's, Garrick joined the Reagan for President Campaign at national headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. He then moved to the White House transition team and thereafter into a number of positions in the Reagan Administration, including Deputy Senate House Liaison. After leaving the Reagan Administration, Garrick founded Admiral Industries, Inc., a telecommunications company. He also owns and manages Admiral Property Company, a real estate investment firm.
Garrick has been active for decades in both Republican organizations and campaigns. As First Vice Chairman of the San Diego Republican Party, Garrick played a major role in the building of one of the nation's most effective local parties. For a decade, he served as a Board Member in the San Diego Lincoln Club, and as a member of the Adam Smith Institute and San Diego County Republican Party Central Committee.
Additionally, Garrick's extensive community activism included roles on the Solana Beach Crime Commission, Solana Beach Budget Committee and the San Diego County Cable and Television Review Committee.
Martin W. Garrick was born in 1953 in Glendale, California. He graduated with a B. S. in Business Administration from California Western /United States International University in San Diego. Garrick is married to Jane, a school teacher and their family includes four grown children, 2 boys and 2 girls.
As an Assemblyman, Garrick's priorities are: improving California's business climate and transportation infrastructure; tax and regulation reform and immigration and public safety.