Vote going to Diaz |

Vote going to Diaz

In many ways, our future will be shaped by the people we elect for county supervisor. Which candidate is more qualified? Since Olivia has been in this county, she has consistently worked to bring people together. Her work on the neighborhood associations and for fire safety is well known. I like the idea of living in a county that has elected someone who has been a museum executive director, small-business owner, and councilor. Are we ready for a kinder, gentler leadership in Nevada County? I think so. My vote goes to the obvious candidate – Olivia Diaz.

Frances Jorgensen

Nevada City

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