May 13, 2014 (Santa Rosa, CA) – Ken Churchill, candidate for County Supervisor in Sonoma County’s 4th District, is pleased to announce that he has received the endorsement of San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed. This is a significant show of support from the Mayor of California’s third largest city whose also the leading national figure on pension reform.
“I am endorsing Ken Churchill for Sonoma County 4th District Supervisor because he has a deep understanding of the pension crisis facing Sonoma County,” said Mayor Reed.
“Ken offers the citizens of Sonoma County the chance to elect a person who has been leading the charge for reform for 3 years and has the courage, leadership abilities and financial knowledge required to solve this complex problem.”
Mayor Reed encouraged the voters to support Ken Churchill, saying, “Ken will work hard to put Sonoma County on secure financial footing and restore essential services through sensible reforms that protect benefits already earned while creating a system that is affordable to taxpayers. That is why I highly recommend you vote for Ken Churchill on June 3rd.”
Ken Churchill is in a five-way race for the northern Sonoma County Supervisor’s seat. He has earned a reputation as a citizen activist for pension reform and more funding for the County’s crumbling roads.
“I am honored to be recognized by Mayor Reed,” said Churchill. “I have admired his courage in taking on pension reform in his City and our State. This is exactly the type of leadership I am seeking to bring to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors.”
Mayor Chuck Reed’s endorsement of Ken Churchill for Supervisor is yet another sign that Churchill’s grassroots campaign is gaining notice. Just last Saturday his campaign also earned the endorsement of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.