Doug LaMalfa's Senate support continues to grow
10/19/09 Willie Preston sent a message to the members of Doug
LaMalfa for State Senate - 2010.
LaMalfa Endorsed By All Five Shasta County Supervisors, Sheriff
and District Attorney and Auditor Controller
Northstate Republican Doug LaMalfa continues to garner the vast
majority of district endorsements, with his announcement today
that all five Shasta County Supervisors, along with the Shasta
County D.A., Sheriff and Auditor Controller, are supporting his
"I'm happy to support Doug LaMalfa because he's been an effective
representative for us in the Northstate. He was constantly
attending our local events, hearing directly from the people,"
said Supervisor Hartman. "Personally, I know we can always count
on Doug to check in with those of us at the local level to get our
opinions on the latest issues affecting our state. He's been
there for us and that's why I'm supporting him."
Sheriff Tom Bosenko, Former Sheriff Jim Pope, District Attorney
Jerry Benito, Auditor Controller Connie Regnell, and County
Supervisors Glenn Hawes, Linda Hartman, David Kehoe, Leonard Moty,
and Les Baugh have all endorsed LaMalfa for Senate.
"It's been a pleasure to work with Doug over the past several
years and I look forward to seeing him in the State Senate," said
Auditor Controller Connie Regnell. "When our local special
districts were facing an expensive and cumbersome audit process,
Doug came through by working with my fellow county auditors, our
special districts and me to change the law to reduce the cost
burden while maintaining accountability."
"Doug LaMalfa understands that government's first responsibility
is to protect its law-abiding citizens and he has proven to be an
effective voice for public safety," said Shasta County Sheriff Tom
Bosenko. "That is why so many leaders in law enforcement strongly
support Doug for the State Senate."
The 4th Senate District spans much of rural northern California.
LaMalfa represented much of the district when he served in the
Assembly and is well known throughout the area. Doug LaMalfa is a
fourth generation rice farmer and business owner who represented
the 2nd Assembly District from 2002 through 2008.