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November 6, 2018 — California General Election
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City of CloverdaleCandidate for City Council

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Jason Turner

Cloverdale Planning Commissioner
1,886 votes (22.7%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Revitalize our economy and incentivize business retention and expansion.
  • Provide more recreational opportunities for youth and families.
  • Bring a state-of-the-art health care facility to Cloverdale.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Human Resources
Planning Commissioner, Cloverdale Planning Commission — Appointed position (2016–current)

Biography

As a member of the Cloverdale Planning Commission I have learned the importance of responsible growth and sustained vitality while maintaining our water rights and the need for conservation. I am dedicated to maintaining the charm of our small-town community.

As an employee of the largest health care organization in Sonoma County I have witnessed people from all walks of life who struggle with finances, health and life, and I found I have a passion for helping those individuals.  From this I learned of my desire to be in public service.

As a husband and father I want Cloverdale to have a sustainable path forward for the next generation of residents.

 

Who supports this candidate?

Elected Officials (2)

  • Joe Palla, Mayor of Cloverdale
  • Melanie Bagby, Cloverdale City Council

Individuals (5)

  • Franco Deghi, Cloverdale Resident
  • Patrick King, Soil King
  • Bruce Reuser
  • Mike Shannahan, Cloverdale Resident
  • Deb Shannahan, Cloverdale Resident

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I will bring a new point of view and fresh ideas to address our most pressing issues.

We must strengthen investments in neighborhood parks, streets and school facilities providing more recreational opportunities for our youth and families.

We need improvement of our public safety services and the development of a robust disaster preparedness plan.

We need to increase transparency and community engagement at City Hall.

 

 

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