Monterey County, CA – The Regina Gage for Supervisor campaign released its fundraising numbers today, showing strong support for the Prunedale residents run for the District 2 Board of Supervisor’s seat. As of December 31st, the campaign has raised over $100,000 from about 100 individual donors.
“I’m incredibly grateful for the outpouring of support at this stage in the campaign,” said Gage. “I see a desire for change in the District. I’ll fight to make sure our communities get their fair share of county funding, and won’t be beholden to special interests.”
Gage is Executive Director of Meals on Wheels of Salinas Valley. As Supervisor, she has said she’ll bring a stronger, more proactive focus to the local needs of seniors and veterans, address traffic and road repair, and implement a regional approach to public safety and emergency response.
“Regina firmly believes these difficult times require fresh, proactive leadership that puts our residents first. Our diverse communities are tired of being ignored and left behind,” says Salinas resident Ruben Tafoya.
In addition to grassroots support, Regina is endorsed by Monterey County Supervisor Jane Parker, former California Schools Superintendent Delaine Eastin, County Sheriff's Cmdr. Jose Mendoza, retired District 2 teacher and Army Reserve First Sergeant Bob Coble, and former Monterey County Deputy District Attorney Ann Hill.