“With more than 30 years of public policy experience, I understand that working collaboratively and forging partnerships is the key to solving challenges and supporting our communities. We don’t move forward alone.”

Protecting the 5th District takes many forms. Since taking office, it has included ensuring residents are informed and part of the decision-making affecting their lives and homes, championing efforts to address forest health; pushing State officials to find solutions to the insurance crisis; and advocating with PG&E and the state to invest in our electrical infrastructure.

Cindy is Committed to:

  • Addressing the critical danger of catastrophic wildfire by promoting forest health, firesafe communities, ensuring emergency preparedness for evacuations, and fighting for reasonable fire insurance for all residents in District 5. 
  • Ensuring that County government is responsive to its residents needs, and deploys resources efficiently and fairly across the County.
  • Supporting economic sustainability and balanced growth that enhances our communities and our rural areas.
  • Seeking and supporting local housing solutions, ranging from affordable to the missing middle, through collaborative partnerships with nonprofits, governmental agencies and the private sector.