Sonoma County Farm Bureau

Sonoma County Farm Bureau Endorsements

John Sawyer - District 1 Supervisor Candidate


John Sawyer, a fourth generation Sonoma County resident with deep roots in the county’s farming industry, has won Sonoma County Farm Bureau’s endorsement for Sonoma County Supervisor.

Sawyer, who served as mayor of Santa Rosa and is the former owner of Sawyer’s News in Santa Rosa, is seeking the First District Seat on the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors.


Efren Carrillo - District 5 Supervisor Candidate


Efren Carrillo is honored to have the endorsement of the Sonoma County Farm Bureau and to have spent the last four years meeting with those in the agricultural community to better understand the needs of our local farmers and ranchers. As County Supervisor, Efren has been able to protect agricultural lands that have been a part of the local landscape for decades. In the next four years, Supervisor Carrillo will continue working with the agricultural community to reach out and listen to their concerns.


Marc Levine - District 10 Assembly Candidate


Marc Levine understands that agriculture is a vitally important part of the North Bay’s culture and economy.  He has spent time with farmers and ranchers across Sonoma learning about their businesses and concerns.  He will actively seek advice and input from farmers, and he will be a strong voice for us in the State Capitol. Marc is proud to have the support of the Sonoma County Farm Bureau in his run for the State Assembly.

Mike Thompson for Congress - District 2

Rep. Mike Thompson is a champion for Sonoma County’s farmers and is honored to have the Farm Bureau’s endorsement. As an organic farmer himself, Thompson understands that agriculture is the backbone of Sonoma County’s economy and will continue to advocate on behalf of local farmers and ranchers. He has secured funding tocontrol and eliminate crop pests and disease, is helping lead the effort to lower the estate tax on farmers, and is working to expand the market for locally grown foods.

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