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Dan Hamburg is on the June 8 primary election ballot. He welcomes your support and involvement.
Beyond the Politics: 5th District Supervisor Candidate Dan Hamburg
Mendocino County's large Fifth District is a collection of communities... each unique.
Now more than ever, we need to work together to protect and enhance our way of life.
"I’m running for Fifth District supervisor because I love this county and have a positive contribution to make toward its future. My experience at all levels of government—local, state and federal—will benefit our county as we successfully meet the many challenges we face. We have the capacity—with our rich resources and pool of human ingenuity—to thrive and to lead."
As your supervisor, I will work to:
Build a stronger local economy
Protect our coast
Conserve our water and fisheries
Restore fiscal stability
Invest in community vitality and safety
Click here to read detailed descriptions of Dan's position on these and other issues.
When I was elected to the Board from the Second District in 1980, I joined then-Fifth District Supervisor Norman deVall and then-Third District Supervisor Jim Eddie in a successful effort to write and pass the first comprehensive General Plan and Local Coastal Plan in county history.In 1986, I moved to the Fifth District (on Highway 253 near Robinson Creek). In 1992, I was elected to the United States House of Representatives, the first person from Mendocino County to serve in that position.
The Fifth District has sent progressive leaders to the Board of Supervisors for three decades, including Supervisors deVall, Peterson, and Colfax. The Fifth District must continue to lead the county.
I will continue this progressive tradition. I will work hard to earn your vote and the opportunity to serve as your representative on the Board of Supervisors.
Dan Hamburg will be on the primary election ballot in June 2010. He would welcome your support, and involvement.
Please contact Dan Hamburg here!
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