Rich Gordon, a three-term San Mateo County supervisor, has shown that he can emerge as a leader among elected officials from throughout the state.
In 2008, fellow supervisors elected him president of the California State Association of Counties.” So begins an editorial in today’s San Francisco Chronicle in which the “Chron” has recommended Rich Gordon in the race for California Assembly District 21.
CSAC congratulates Supervisor Gordon on this endorsement and is pleased that the San Francisco Chronicle has given recognition to the statewide implications of CSAC leadership and the role our officers play in statewide policy development and implementation.
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