An eventful California Primary election night in California’s 3rd State Senate district saw Democratic Assemblyman Bill Dodd comfortably finish on top with Democrat Mariko Yamada making a late push to surpass lone Republican Greg Coppes for the second spot in the November 8 general election. Read here: http://bit.ly/1YsoPmU.
State Assemblyman Bill Dodd’s campaign for state Senate today began airing a new television ad throughout Senate District 3 highlighting Dodd’s overwhelming level of support from individuals, newspapers and groups throughout the district. Read here: http://bit.ly/24fASnj
With our district’s state senate seat now open, it is vital that we elect an effective and proven leader who gets results.
This is why Assemblyman Bill Dodd has our support. Read here: http://bit.ly/1VoZ5af
Retired Lt. Colonel Gabe Griess may call Vacaville home, but all five of Vacaville’s current City Council members announced earlier this month they’re joining Mayor Len Augustine in endorsing State Assemblyman Bill Dodd in the California State Senate District 3 race.
The unanimous decision indicates that Dodd is now endorsed by nearly 75 percent of all elected officials within Senate District 3.
Joining Mayor Augustine in endorsing Dodd are Vice Mayor Ron Rowlett, Councilmen Curtis Hunt and Mitch Mashburn, and Councilwoman Dilenna Harris.
“The leaders of Vacaville are working hard to deliver for the people of Vacaville and I intend to do the same as their next state senator,” Dodd said in regard to his Vacaville endorsements.
Dodd, 42, is up against Democrat Griess, Democrat and former Assemblywoman Mariko Yamada of Davis, and Republican Greg Coppes of Dixon for incumbent Lois Wolk’s seat.
The 3rd Senate District consists of all of Napa and Solano counties, in addition to portions of Contra Costa, Sacramento, Sonoma and Yolo counties.