Modoc County Supervisor Ned Coe Endorses Tenessa Audette for State Assembly District 1

Modoc County Supervisor Ned Coe has officially endorsed Tenessa Audette for State Assembly District 1. Coe joins numerous respected leaders around District 1 who agree Audette is the clear choice to represent North State communities in the State Capitol.

Tenessa Audette

“I am honored to endorse Tenessa Audette, candidate for Assembly in the 1st District,” Coe said. “Tenessa has the demonstrated experience and leadership on issues that are critical to northeastern California. Her experience working in a legislator’s office has prepared her to be responsive to the needs of constituents.

“With Tenessa’s experience on the Redding City Council, she knows firsthand what the cities and counties of the 1st District need. As a county supervisor, I look forward to working with her. Please join in supporting Tenessa Audette, a true leader for the Assembly.”

A distinguished rancher and a prominent figure in the Farm Bureau for more than 22 years, Coe is a longtime respected leader and advocate for agriculture. Coe furthermore serves on the California State Association of Counties Executive Committee representing rural counties.

Supervisor Coe joins a growing list of influential endorsements from across District 1, including Shasta County Supervisor Mary Rickert, Modoc County Supervisor Geri Bryne, 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, and Redding City Councilman Jack Munns.

Audette, currently serves as Mayor Pro Tem of Redding, is a California native and lifelong conservative with a degree in political science from Sonoma State University. Her extensive experience in running political campaigns and unwavering commitment to her community have earned her widespread support.

Audette is also a loving parent to three outstanding teenagers, Grace (Kat), Annabelle, and Jaxon.

People are invited to learn more about the campaign and get involved at