• Incumbent Supervisor Jane Parker Will Officially File for Re-Election

    Joined by friends and supporters, Supervisor Jane Parker will, on March 8, officially file her nomination papers for re-election to the Monterey County Board of Supervisors seat. First elected in 2008, Supervisor Parker has twice been elected to serve as the District 4 representative on the Board.

    Demonstrating the incumbent’s strong support in District 4 for her re-election, nominators include City of Marina Mayor Bruce Delgado, City of Seaside Councilmember Jason Campbell, civil rights leader Mel Mason, and Monterey Peninsula Unified School District Trustee Debra Gramespacher, among others from across District 4.

    Supervisor Parker along with friends and supporters will convene at Portobello’s Café located at 1366 S Main Street in Salinas after filing to hear more about the Supervisor’s re-election campaign. The candidate will have additional media availability at that time. 

    posted to Cedar Street Times on March 7, 2016

    Topics: Front PG News

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