Woodland Council 3

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Why are you running for this office?

Age 36
Birthplace (city) Woodland
Residence (city) Woodland
Education Master's of public administration, University of Southern California (USC), 2017; bachelor's degree, government, CSU Sacramento, 2006.
Experience Councilmember and former mayor, City of Woodland, 2014-present; labor representative, UPE, 2012-present, and SEIU, 2007-12; trustee, Woodland Joint USD, 2010-14; Yolo County Fair Board, 2012-14; chairman, Parks & Recreation Commission, 2007-2010.
Born and raised in Woodland, I am fully invested in creating economic and educational opportunities for all while tackling the most challenging issues facing our community. I will work to reduce homelessness, increase public safety, and create jobs.
Age 51
Birthplace (city) Woodland
Residence (city) Woodland
Campaign telephone (530) 661-0763
Education Associate's degree, Woodland Community College, 2007.
Experience Woodland Schools Foundation Board (President 2004-14, Vice President 2015-present); member, Soroptimist International of Woodland (president 2008-09, 2012-13, region director 2014-15); city commissions, 1992-94.
Woodland is facing a variety of challenges and my experience, both in my professional life and as a community activist, has compelled me to step up and take a leadership role in my community.
Age 66
Birthplace (city) Fairbanks, Alaska
Residence (city) Woodland
Campaign email yolosun@gmail.com
Education CSU Sacramento, 1985-86; California Legislature Program; UC Davis, 1982-84; University of Utah, 1970-75.
Experience Decades in politics as legislative advocate, including leadership on Proposition 215 implementation, 1996; lobbyist (paid internship), California Coastal Commission.
Woodland City Council greatly needs change. I believe city and state housing laws are being violated. I am now suing the city over such serious civic abuses, which disallow affordable home ownership and community equity.