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  • Nov202014

    Bill Dodd Annual Charity Holiday Party & Golf Tournament

  • Nov052014

    We did it — thank you!

    Dear Friend,

    We did it!

    I am proud to have earned the support of voters on Tuesday to be the next Assemblymember for the 4th District.

    Throughout this 18 month campaign, I have spoken about the values and beliefs I plan on bringing to the Assembly — of progress over politics, and putting the people of California ahead of narrow interests. I am excited to get to work on your behalf to build a better state for our children and grandchildren.

    I want to thank my wife Mary, my family, and my supporters for their unconditional love and support throughout this arduous yet rewarding campaign.

    Thank you all very much, and I hope to be speaking to you soon.

    Yours truly,

    Bill Dodd

  • Oct222014

    News Clips: Editorial: Dodd is the best choice for 4th District Assembly

    There’s a clear choice for residents of Davis, Woodland and Winters when it comes to who will represent them in the 4th Assembly District. That choice is Napa County Supervisor Bill Dodd.

    Whoever wins will represent the vast majority of Yolo County’s residents. While we accounted for nearly 31 percent of the ballots cast across the district in the June primary, the issues being debated in Sacramento — water availability and the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta chief among them — are of critical importance to everyone in the county.

    Dodd brings 14 years of experience as a Napa County supervisor to the table. Many of the issues that are vital to Napa County are also vital to Yolo County: agriculture, water and transportation among them.

    Read the full endorsement article here.

  • Oct222014

    News Clips: Editorial: Jim Wood and Bill Dodd for Assembly

    Among the many local races and ballot measures to be decided on Nov. 4, North Coast voters will be choosing a slew of new state legislators for the region.

    In two of these contests, we recommend Jim Wood in the 2nd Assembly District and Bill Dodd in the 4th Assembly District.

    The 4th District is also diverse, encompassing all of Lake and Napa counties and 75 percent of Yolo County, as well as part of Sonoma County that includes Rohnert Park and unincorporated areas of Sonoma Valley.

    A member of the Napa Board of Supervisors for the past 14 years, Dodd also has shown himself to be someone who can work with diverse interests to produce results, from the restoration of wetlands on the Napa River to widening Highway 12 through Jameson Canyon. He has the right focus, wanting to preserve the state’s two most precious resources: water and education. His work on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the Local Agency Formation Commission of Napa County and the Napa County Flood Control district will serve him well in Sacramento.

    Read the full endorsement article here.

  • Oct192014

    News Clips: Dodd best choice for 4th District Assembly

    There’s a clear choice for residents of northern and western Solano County’s primarily rural areas when it comes to who will represent them in the 4th Assembly District. That choice is Napa County Supervisor Bill Dodd.

    Whoever wins will represent only a small portion of Solano County’s residents – we accounted for just 5.8 percent of the ballots cast in the June primary – but the issues being debated in Sacramento – water availability and the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta chief among them – are of vast importance to everyone in the county.

    Dodd brings 14 years of experience as a Napa County supervisor to the table. Many of the issues that are vital to Napa County are also vital to Solano County: agriculture and water, and transportation among them.

    Read the full endorsement article here.