2018 Elk Grove election endorsements

2018 Elk Grove election endorsements

 

By Doc Souza

It is important for residents to know who is running and for what.  Do your own research on the candidates. Several of the races are non partisan, such as Elk Grove City Council, Cosumnes Community Services District Board of Trustees and the Elk Grove Unified School District Board of Trustees. That means that political party affiliation shouldn’t be a factor in the voting. Unfortunately some far left Democrat progressives want to make sure you only vote for their candidates. Voters should be wary of anyone telling them to vote for someone simply because they have a D or R next to their name.  Elk Grove voters should reject party politics in the local elections and vote for the best candidates. As an Elk Grove resident for over 50 years and someone that cares greatly about the community, I do not want to see Sacramento party politics turn Elk Grove into another Sacramento.  We don’t need high crime rates, or a dysfunctional city council that gives into protesters, votes to pay criminals and abandons areas of the city to crime and blight. Voters should reject party politics and vote for candidates that support the city, not a political party.

 

Elk Grove Laguna Forums is endorsing the following candidates

 

Elk Grove Mayor – Darren Suen

Elk Grove City Council District 2 – Pat Hume

Elk Grove City Council District 4 – Stephanie Nguyen

Cosumnes Community Services District (voters will choose 2 people )- Jerry Braxmeyer and Koi Rivers

SMUD Board Ward 4 – Angela Spease

Elk Grove Unified School District Trustee Area 4 – Bobbie Singh-Allen

Elk Grove Unified School District Trustee Area 5 – Beth Albiani

Elk Grove Unified School District Trustee Area 2 – Dr. Crystal Martinez-Alire

California Assembly District 9 – Jim Cooper

US Congressional District 7 – Andrew Grant

 

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