ENDORSEMENTS

“Your leadership is, and has proved to be, pivotal in providing San Luis Obispo County with the finest public safety services in the state. You understand that public safety needs to be a top priority of county government. Firefighters recognize your hard work and dedication on their behalf, and for that CAL FIRE Firefighters will work hard for you. We look forward to your leadership and commitment in striving to provide ever better-quality fire emergency service the public has come to know and expect.”

CAL FIRE Local 2881

Supervisor Hill works closely with community leaders throughout SLO county. His dedication to maintaining and improving our environment, business growth, and safety of our local communities has garnered endorsements from every sector of public service, as well as the people who live and work around the county. Below is just a small list of officials who have endorsed Supervisor Hill and his re-election.

How about you? There are lots of ways to make your voice heard: you can show your support by liking Team Adam Hill, or get involved and join the team by supporting the campaign in other ways: display a yard sign, host a gathering, help get out the vote – there are a lot ways you can support the Supervisor’s effort for a better SLO County!

ORGANIZATIONS:

Cal Fire/San Luis Obispo County Fire Department

SLO City Firefighters

Central Coast Labor Council

Heat & Frost Insulators & Allied Workers, Local 5

International Brotherhood of Electric Workers, IBEW Local 639

International Union of Operating Engineers

Laborers International Union of North America, LiUNA Local 220

Plumbers & Steamfitters, Local 403

Sierra Club Santa Lucia Chapter

SLO County Democratic Party

SLO Democratic Club

SLO County Progressives Club

Southern California District Council of Laborers

Tri-Counties Building & Construction Trades Council

United Domestic Workers, UDW/AFSCME Local 3930

United Food and Commercial Workers Union, UFCWU Local 770

 

 

“Thank you for being willing to run again. We need to ensure our community’s economic success in light of PG&E‘s bankruptcy, the closure of Diablo and the many external State and Federal changes. Your concern for the general well-being of our community, especially in regards to basic needs, makes me have hope that the underserved have someone fighting for them at the County Supervisor level. “

Erica Stewart, City Council Member, San Luis Obispo

OFFICIALS:

Congressman Salud Carbajal

County Supervisor Bruce Gibson, District 2

Arroyo Grande

  • Kristin Barneich
  • Jimmy Paulding

Grover Beach

  • Karen Bright
  • Barbara Niccols
  • Mariam Shah

Morro Bay

  • Mayor John Heading
  • Dawn Addis

Pismo Beach:

  • Marcia Guthrie

Port San Luis:

  • Bob Vessely, Board President
  • Jim Blecha

San Luis Obispo:

  • Mayor Heidi Harmon
  • Carlyn Christianson
  • Aaron Gomez
  • Andy Pease
  • Erica Stewart
  • David Baldwin, Mid-State Fair Board Director
  • Lois Capps, Former Congressswoman
  • Barbara George, Cuesta College Trustee
  • John Laird, California Secretary of Natural Resources
  • Jack O’Connell, former State Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Jim Patterson, former SLO County Supervisor
  • Chris Ungar, Trustee, San Luis Coastal School District
  • Steve Westly, former State Controller