Oct 2, 2019

2020 Napa County Campaign



Mar 3, 2020 Election
Three Supervisors are up for re-election in 2020: Ryan Gregory in District 2, Alfredo Pedroza in District 4, and Belia Ramos in District 5. The primary is on Mar 3, 2020

Documents
Amber Manfree for Supervisor 2020 website
County Districts Map
County Precinct Maps
2020 Candidate Filing Deadlines
Napa County Campaign Contributions
Elected officials gift and financial interest forms
2016 Election results

Articles
NVR 12/5/19: Pedroza vs. Manfree could be only contested Napa County supervisor race
NVR 8/7/19: Three Napa County supervisor incumbents all alone in fundraising race
NVR 7/9/19: Gifts, investments for Napa County officials go online

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Amber for District 4 Supervisor kickoff party


Bill Hocker - Dec 5, 2019 4:14AM  Share #2052
Website: ambermanfreeforsupervisor2020.com


Amber Manfree for Supervisor 2020 Campaign Kickoff Party Invitation

Friday Dec 6, 2019 from 6:00-9:00pm

Napa Women's Club
218 Franklin Street
Napa, CA 94559

RSVP to the invitation here

Mike Hackett writes:
I want to personally encourage you to come meet Dr. Amber Manfree who is challenging the incumbent, Alfredo Pedroza, for County Supervisor.

She is from a multi- generational Napa family, intelligent; likely THE land use expert in all of Napa County, and the change needed in local government. Do you feel like the balance of industry and citizens is outa' whack? Well I sure do. Amber will put citizens first, all the while respecting the long term interests of the wine industry as well. She will listen to you AND take real action!

She is up against the big money here and needs your support. She is THE change needed right here, right now. I fully support Amber for election to the Napa County Board of Supervisors.

NVR 12/5/19: Pedroza vs. Manfree could be only contested Napa County supervisor race
Politics in Napa County has always been a battle (some might call it a balancing act) between preservationists and developers. Winemaking has survived and Napa has succeeded in remaining an agricultural based economy, retaining much of its natural landscape, because the preservationists have more often than not been able to hold the majority on the board of supervisors. But the last 20 years the balance has been shifting distinctly in the direction of development. The transition is fairly obvious - in the traffic, in the amount of tourism development and the consequent loss of affordable housing and local businesses and disappearance of a small town, rural way of life.
That transition began in ernest with Bill Dodd's election as District 4 supervisor in 2000. Defeating two preservationists, his election was a signal that priorities would be changing on the board.





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