Placer County GOP endorses Tenessa Audette with a 2/3rds vote

Tenessa Audette, candidate for Assembly District 1, has secured the endorsement of the Placer County Republican Central Committee.

Tenessa Audette

Following a presentation alongside five fellow Republican candidates, Audette emerged victorious with a two-thirds majority vote with her pledge to empower the people, limit government and protect your God given rights.

“As a lifelong conservative running for Assembly to protect our God-given rights, I’m honored to have earned the support of the Placer County Republican Central Committee,” Audette said. “I’m looking forward to partnering with this energetic and influential group of activists to bring conservatism and leadership to the Capitol.”

This endorsement complements a series of influential endorsements, including 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, and Redding City Councilman Jack Munns.

Audette currently serves as Redding Mayor Pro Tem.  She has a degree in political science from Sonoma State, eight years of campaign management experience, five years of teaching constitutional principles, and more than four years working for the state legislature. Audette credits her experience, passion, and focus on winning solutions as key to her campaign earning the front runner position in the race.

In addition to her professional and political experience. Tenessa is happily married to Jeff Audette, and together they raise three exceptional teenagers, Grace (Kat), Annabelle, and Jaxon.To learn more about Tenessa Audette’s campaign, endorsements, and volunteer opportunities, people are invited to visit