Mike McGuire is beginning his re-election campaign early by announcing his plans
yesterday to run for a second term as Sonoma County 4th District Supervisor.
election isn’t until June 3, 2014 but McGuire is looking to kick off his
re-election bid with a program called “35 Days of Action,” which is a series of
volunteer events and community meetings leading up to a big August 25 chili
feed where supporters will gather to formally launch the campaign.
just weather the big recession – together, we’re changing the way we do
business and we’re coming out of this downturn stronger than ever,” said
McGuire in a press release.
running for re-election because I know there is much more work ahead of us and
I want to continue the real progress we’re making on jobs, responsible budgets,
education, roads, safety and the environment,” he continued.
At age 19, McGuire was elected to the Healdsburg School Board and became one of the youngest elected board members in California.
Once his tenure on the school board was completed, McGuire served on the Healdsburg City Council from 2004 to 2010 and was elected the youngest mayor in Healdsburg’s history in 2008.
McGuire was elected in 2010 to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors and he is celebrated in Sonoma County for helping to create jobs, rebuilding Sonoma County’s economy and investing in education.
“The key is to keep our
county moving forward,” said McGuire. “If I’m not doing something every day to
make real progress for Sonoma County families, then I’m not doing my job.”
For more details about Mike McGuire’s re-election campaign please visit his website at www.MikeForSupervisor.com
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