Another endorsement for Audette

The Tenessa Audette for Assembly District 1 campaign announces the endorsement of Sierra County Supervisor Sharon Dryden. With a proven track record of dedication to our community, Supervisor Dryden’s support underscores Tenessa Audette’s commitment to effective leadership and positive change.

Tenessa Audette.

“I am proud to endorse Tenessa Audette for Assembly District 1. Tenessa represents the values I hold dear;  Hard work, integrity,  honesty and compassion,” Dryden said. “She knows how to make government work for the people and will fight for our small northern rural counties best interests.”

Audette, a dedicated advocate for District 1, is running for Assembly with a focus on responsive leadership, conservative principles, and empowering people in the North State. The endorsement from Dryden adds significant momentum to the campaign as it gains widespread support from community leaders.

Audette’s endorsement by Dryden adds to a growing list of influential leaders supporting her campaign for Assembly, including Senator Shannon Grove, Assemblywoman Marie Waldron, Shasta County Supervisor Mary Rickert, Modoc County Supervisor Geri Bryne, Modoc County Supervisor Ned Coe, El Dorado County Supervisor George Turnboo, Shasta County District Attorney Stephanie Bridgett, retired Shasta County Sheriff Jim Pope, Amador County Sheriff Gary Redman, Redding City Councilwoman Julie Winter, Redding City Councilman Jack Munns, Los Rios Community College District Trustee John Knight, the Placer County Republican Party, and the El Dorado County Republican Party.

Audette was recently elected Mayor of Redding, is a small business owner, has managed numerous successful campaigns, and is happily married to Jeff Audette. Together, they have three outstanding teenagers – Grace (Kat), Annabelle and Jaxon. In addition, Audette has four years experience working in the state legislature and has taught constitutional principles for the last six years.