Fifth District supervisorial candidate Bruce McPherson announced Monday that he has received the endorsement from former Fifth District candidate George Wylie. McPherson has now received endorsements from all four former Fifth District candidates.
“I fully support Bruce as the only viable candidate in the race for this county’s Fifth District supervisor seat,” Wylie said. “Bruce combines a deep understanding of the challenges facing our local communities with a unique ability to always find effective solutions to difficult issues. He is highly respected for his collaborative leadership approach, his skill as a negotiator, and his long history of bipartisan accomplishments as a former California legislator and secretary of state.”
Along with Brookdale resident Wylie, former Fifth District candidates Susan Weber of Ben Lomond, Bill Smallman of Lompico and John Abel of Boulder Creek have also endorsed McPherson.
“I am honored to have the endorsement of George Wylie and all the former candidates for Fifth District supervisor,” McPherson said. “These individuals are all well-known in the Fifth District and they understand the issues we are facing. I look forward to working with them to improve our community.”
McPherson is vying for the seat being vacated by Supervisor Mark Stone in the Fifth District, which includes the San Lorenzo Valley and portions of Scotts Valley and Santa Cruz.
For more information on Bruce McPherson, visit www.mcphersonforsupervisor.com