Saylor Earns Endorsement of Lake County Supervisor Farrington

Lake County Supervisor Anthony Farrington
Lake County Supervisor Anthony Farrington

Farrington’s endorsement adds to an extensive and diverse coalition of leaders from across Assembly District 4 who are supporting Yolo County Supervisor Don Saylor’s campaign for State Assembly.

Today, the Don Saylor for State Assembly Campaign announced the endorsement of Lake County Supervisor Anthony Farrington.  The endorsement underscores a growing coalition of elected officials across Assembly District 4 who have endorsed Saylor’s candidacy.  Colusa County Supervisors Denise Carter and Kim Vann, American Canyon City Councilmember Joan Bennett, Napa Councilmember Juliana Inman, Rohnert Park City Councilmember Jake Mackenzie have also endorsed Saylor’s candidacy.  Saylor has also earned endorsements from Yolo County Supervisor Matt Rexroad, Sonoma County Supervisors James Gore, Susan Gorin, Shirlee Zane, and Efren Carrillo.

Farrington said of the endorsement, “Lake County’s economy was devastated after the recession and the devastating Valley Fire in 2015.  We can count on Don to focus on revitalizing the job market and expanding opportunities for small businesses. The people of Lake County need a leader in the Assembly who will stand up for all of us, not just those at the top.  Over the years, Don has exemplified courageous leadership by enacting policies and taking action to expand opportunities for our most vulnerable populations.”

Saylor said, “I am honored to earn the endorsement of Supervisor Anthony Farrington.  Anthony was born and raised in Lake County – his endorsement is indicative of the wide-ranging breadth of support my campaign has achieved.  In the Assembly, I’ll work with leaders from across the district to advance the best interests of our people.”

Farrington’s endorsement of Saylor’s candidacy marks the growing momentum his campaign has experienced in recent weeks.  Over the past month, Saylor has been endorsed by SEIU California, AFSCME Council 57, and the Sacramento Stonewall Democrats.

Since 2011, Saylor has served on the Yolo County Board of Supervisors.  Between 2004 and 2010, he was Mayor and Councilmember in the City of Davis.  He served as a trustee of the Davis Joint Unified School District between 1995 and 2003. Saylor has also chaired the Sacramento Area Council of Governments and was previously a legislative analyst for the California Legislature.

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