Dahle receives endorsement from McClintock | TheUnion.com

Dahle receives endorsement from McClintock

In the race for the open 1st Assembly District, farmer and Lassen County Supervisor Brian Dahle has earned Republican Congressman Tom McClintock’s endorsement.

McClintock joins 28 local county supervisors, seven county farm bureaus, former Senator Tim Leslie, and dozens of other North State leaders in supporting Brian Dahle.

“I’m grateful to have such widespread support,” said Brian Dahle. “People of California know that we need real, fiscally conservative solutions to our economic and budget woes. I’ll join Congressman McClintock in the call for reduced regulations and lower taxes to get this economy moving again.”

Dahle is a business owner and third generation farmer.

Elected to the Lassen County Board of Supervisors in 1996, Dahle has stumped for North State economic and agricultural development. Dahle is also a member of the Quincy Library Group, one of the Nation’s most effective advocates for proper forest management, including thinning for fire protection.

Dahle’s leadership positions include past president of the Western Interstate Region for the National Association of Counties (NACO), chairman of the Energy Environment Land Use Committee for NACO, chairman of the California Housing & Finance Corporation, chairman of the National Housing & Finance Corporation, and past chairman and current board member for the Regional Council of Rural Counties (RCRC).

Brian and Megan Dahle live in Lassen County where they are raising their three children.

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