Plumas supervisor endorses Audette

Tenessa Audette, Mayor of the City of Redding and candidate for State Assembly, proudly announces her endorsement by Kevin Goss, Plumas County Supervisor and a resilient survivor of the Greenville Fire. Goss, who has served as supervisor for more than a decade, brings a wealth of experience in forest management and rural community challenges.

Tenessa Audette

In a statement released today, Goss emphasized Audette’s commitment to protecting communities and ensuring their prosperity.

“Tenessa Audette is a proven leader with a deep understanding of the issues facing our region and state,” said Goss. “She has demonstrated her dedication to preserving our rights and her tireless advocacy for effective solutions make her the clear choice for State Assembly.”

Audette, known as a solutionary for her innovative approach to problem-solving, expressed gratitude for Goss’s endorsement.

“I am honored to receive supervisor Goss’s endorsement,” said Audette. “His endorsement underscores our shared commitment to addressing the pressing challenges facing our communities, from forest management to economic development.”

Tenessa Audette, a lifelong conservative raising three exceptional teenagers with her husband Jeff Audette, brings a unique perspective to the campaign. “I am running for State Assembly because I believe in fighting for our values and securing a brighter future for our children,” Audette remarked. “California was built on the frontier of possibility, and I am determined to uphold that legacy.”

Goss’s endorsement adds to a growing list of influential leaders and organizations supporting her campaign for Assembly, including former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell, Senator Shannon Grove, Assemblywoman Marie Waldron, Shasta County Supervisor Mary Rickert, Modoc County Supervisor Geri Byrne, Modoc County Supervisor Ned Coe, El Dorado County Supervisor George Turnboo, Sierra County Supervisor Sharon Dryden, Siskiyou County Supervisor Ray Haupt, Shasta County District Attorney Stephanie Bridgett, retired Shasta County Sheriff Jim Pope, Amador County Sheriff Gary Redman, Redding Vice Mayor Julie Winter, Redding Mayor Pro Tem Jack Munns, Los Rios Community College District Trustee John Knight, the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, California Women’s Leadership Association Political Action Committee, California Rifle and Pistol Association,  Reform California, the El Dorado County Republican Party, the Nevada County Republican Party, and the Placer County Republican Party.

Audette’s extensive background in political consulting, campaign management, and public service uniquely positions her to represent the interests of her constituents in the State Assembly. From her tenure as Mayor of Redding to her work as a district representative for the California State Senate, Audette has demonstrated a steadfast commitment to serving her community.

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