Being part of this community is what I am.  

Taking care of this community is what I do.
It's WE, not me.
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 Look at Amador County now,

Strong and Solid.

These past 3-1/2 years have been

  • A time of relationship building
  • A time of connection
  • A time of reacting to major natural events
  • A time of making hard budget decisions

Relationships are vital in this position.  I have developed strong relationships with my fellow Supervisors, State lawmakers, US Forest Service, PG&E, Verizon and AT&T and their contractors for new cell towers, CalTrans, CalFire, AFPD, CHP, Kirkwood PUD, our local businesses, community groups, and many more.  These relationships have aided in keeping our Upcounty District 3 stable and looking better for the future.

We’ve changed the way we live.  Covid slowed us all down and sometimes tripped us up.  As a County Supervisor, Covid made meeting with County staff and my neighbors more challenging.  We learned new ways of communicating and Zoom became a household word. I believe staying connected and available is extremely important.  An issue that is important to you is important to me.  When I am not in the office, the County phone is forwarded to my personal cellphone so I am always available.

During times of crisis like the Caldor Fire, Covid, December 2021 Snow Storm, I worked hard to keep you informed.  I attended all meetings possible and put out information on Facebook and Nextdoor, put up flyers where possible, and fielded phone calls and emails rapidly.  

During my term I have worked to ensure Amador County has had a balanced budget with no new taxes or new debt.  Hard decisions were made, but in the end look at Amador County, strong and solid.

It truly is about WE, not me.





Committee to Re-Elect Jeff Brown Supervisor D3 2022
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