Compassion, Vision & Progress
"Our people are incredible. Our city leaders should reflect our values, act with unquestionable integrity, plan long-term, and support every single member of our community.
Now, more than ever, this moment requires steady, experienced leadership—willing to listen and earnestly engage in respectful dialogue. We need a City Council willing to consider fresh ideas, collaborate locally and regionally, who will prioritize the health and welfare of every Rohnert Park family and neighborhood—without leaving anyone behind!
I love this community deeply. We can and should do better. I look forward to serving every Rohnert Park family with integrity, passion, experience, and compassion.”
Unlike many previous and current candidates, I do not wish to run an unnecessarily expensive campaign but rather an effective and representative one that truly speaks for the community. With that being said, donations help our ability to spread that message.
As a 2020 Rohnert Park City Council Candidate, my top priority is to voice and advocate for our community's needs. To successfully do this, we need community support and volunteers.
I love this town & I will work tirelessly to see Rohnert Park fulfill it’s potential as the best town in Sonoma County!
Statewide Election Changes — All Vote-by-Mail General Election!
On May 8, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom issued Executive Order N-64-20, which, among other things, orders that a vote-by-mail ballot be mailed to each voter prior to the November 3, 2020 in addition to offering in-person voting locations.
In order to be sent a vote-by-mail ballot, you must be a registered voter. If you believe you are already registered, you can verify your registration online with our “My Voter Status” tool.
If you are not already registered, you can register online at RegisterToVote.ca.gov. As part of registering to vote, you are given the option to become a “permanent vote-by-mail voter,” which means you would automatically receive a ballot in the mail before each election.
Online pre-registration is now available for eligible 16 and 17 year olds by visiting registertovote.ca.gov. California youth who pre-register to vote will have their registration become active once they turn 18 years old. Click here to pre-register to vote.