Stresses Need For a "New Approach" To Make CA. Stronger


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State Assemblyman Bill Dodd’s campaign for State Senate today began airing television ads throughout Senate District 3. The ad emphasizes the need to change California’s currently polarized political environment using a more cooperative and solutions-based approach.
It conveys Dodd’s belief that California’s middle class, now and in future generations, will have greater opportunity for a better life if leaders work to fix our schools, roads, water systems, issues of inequality, campaign finance, as well as other fundamental problems facing the state through teamwork and compromise.
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Bill Dodd currently serves the people of District 4 in the California State Assembly. During his public service Bill has built a reputation for delivering solutions on issues affecting real people. He has led the way on legislation to deal with gender pay equity, worked to designate the Berryessa Snow Mountain area as a national monument, co-wrote the law creating an Earned Income Tax Credit in California, and helped secure $400 million dollars for career technical education throughout the state.
Prior to serving in the Assembly, Bill served on the Napa County Board of Supervisors for 14 years. He also represented the cities and county of Napa on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission including a two-year term as chairman of this powerful regional body. In addition, Bill served as an Honorary Commander for the 60th Air Mobility Wing at Travis Air Force Base. Other boards and commission service included the Chair of the Local Agency Formation Commission of Napa County, Chair of the Napa County League of Governments, Chair of the Napa County Transportation Planning Agency, and Chair of the Napa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District.
Stresses Need For a New Approach To Make Ca Stronger