We Need Frank on the Board of Supervisors!
 

“After 8 years as a Modesto City Councilman and 32 years as a County Supervisor in District 4, the current district being contested by two good men. I know Frank Damrell is the best person for this job, which will take a great deal of energy and knowledge about the people who live in this District. Having grown up and raised a family right here in District 4, Frank has that.”

– Ray Simon, Former Stanislaus County Supervisor

  • Stanislaus County Sworn Deputies Association
  • Stanislaus-Tuolumne Central Labor Council
  • Stanislaus Democratic Central Committee
  • Central Valley Democratic Club
  • Democratic Women’s Club of Stanislaus County
  • North Valley Labor Federation
  • Stanislaus-Merced-Mariposa-Tuolumne Building & Construction Trades
  • SEIU Local 521
  • United Domestic Workers, AFSCME Local 3390
  • State Senator Cathleen Galgiani
  • Assemblymember Adam Gray
  • Modesto City Council Member Kristi Ah You
  • Modesto City Council Member Jenny Kenoyer
  • Modesto City Council Member Mani Grewal
  • Modesto City Schools Board Member Amy Neumann
  • Congressman Tony Coelho (Ret.)
  • Frank Damrell Jr., U.S. District Court Judge (Ret.)
  • 39/ State Assemblymember Sal Cannella (Ret.)
  • State Assemblymember Rusty Areias (Ret.)
  • State Assemblymember Bill Bagley, (Ret.)
  • Stanislaus County Sheriff Les Weidman (Ret.)
  • Garrad Marsh, Former Mayor of Modesto
  • Carole Whiteside, Former Mayor of Modesto
  • Kenni Friedman, Former Modesto Councilwoman
  • Pat Paul, Former Stanislaus County Supervisor
  • Ray Simon, Former Stanislaus County Supervisor
  • Sue Siefkin, Stanislaus County Superior Court Judge (Ret.)
  • Sue Zwahlen, Former Modesto City Schools Board Member
  • Kate Lucas Nyegaard, Former Modesto City Schools Board Member
  • Virginia Madueno, Former Mayor of Riverbank
  • Tom Van Groningen, Former Modesto Irrigation Board Member
  • Frank Clark, Former Oakdale Irrigation District Board Member
  • Michael Tozzi, Former Stanislaus County Superior Court CEO
  • Susan Azevedo, Former CA Water Quality Control Board Member
  • Denise Nordell, President, Modesto Friends of the Library
  • Jocelyn Cooper, Stanislaus County Democratic Central Committee Outreach Chair
  • Mike Tozzi, Former Stanislaus County Court Administrator
  • Marie Damrell Gallo, President Emerita, Gallo Art Center
  • Sandy Lucas, Former Chair, Stanislaus County Democratic Central Committee

“Frank believes, like I do, that we can overcome our current challenges – increasing rates of crime, homelessness, addiction, and untreated mental illness – by rolling up our sleeves, considering new ways to solve old problems, and working together. He is just what we need on the Board of Supervisors.”

– Sue Zwahlen, Former Modesto City School Board Member

  • Aaron Anguiano
  • Al Moncada
  • Albert Clark
  • Alex McKeon
  • Amarjit Dhaliwal
  • Amy Gallo
  • Amy Rockwood
  • Anita Stoll
  • AnnaMary Peck
  • Ann Dykzeul
  • Anne Klor Porteous
  • Arlene Ison
  • Arthur Azevedo
  • Barbara and Julius Manrique
  • Bart Ah You
  • Becky Murphy
  • Bev and Pete Finley
  • Bob Giroux
  • Bonnie Baker
  • Brad and Lisa Ardis
  • Bradford Munson
  • Bret Ladine
  • Bridgette Hobbs
  • Byron Gregerson
  • Carl and Carolyn Claybaugh
  • Carol Shour
  • Carole Richard
  • Channce Condit
  • Chris Murphy
  • Coby Vink
  • Colleen Preston

DAMRELL WILL KEEP COUNTY ON RIGHT TRACK
Damrell will be effective … prefers a more studied and measured approach – a better fit for this board. Voters should choose Frank Damrell III in District 4.”

– Modesto Bee Editorial Board, Sunday, April 22, 2018

  • Crystal Swanson
  • Hugh Rose
  • Dallas Marsh
  • Daniel Onorato
  • Darleen Patrick
  • David Gianelli
  • David Tucker
  • Davinder Sandhu
  • Denise Argain
  • Devany Nichols
  • Dominic Dimare
  • Doug K. Highiet
  • Duane Nelson
  • Earl and Thomas Perez
  • Edward Arnold
  • Edward Lacy Jr
  • Elaine Lyons
  • Eileen Stokman
  • Ellen Dunbar
  • Elton Rushing
  • Eric Caine
  • Erin Karatkiewicz
  • Fiona Nichols
  • Fran O’Brien
  • Frank Ploof
  • Fred Franzia
  • Fred Hiestand
  • Fred Silva
  • Gary Hendryx
  • Gary Vukich
  • George Marcus
  • Greg Stoll

“Politics in America has become so partisan and divisive. But at the local level, elected leaders need to work together if we are going to make any progress on problems like homelessness and job creation. Frank Damrell will work with all sides, and that’s what we need on the Board of Supervisors.”

– Nick Bavaro, Former Chair, Stanislaus County Republican Central Committee

“We do not need Sacramento politicians running our local government. I am supporting Frank Damrell for Stanislaus County Supervisor. His focus is on our community, not continuing a political career.”

– Frank Clark, 75-year resident of Stanislaus County, community activist, Oakdale Citizen of the Year, and Stanislaus Senior Citizen of the Year

  • Howard Goldor
  • J. Michael Boyd, D.D.S.
  • James Fousekis
  • James Peck
  • Janice Horton
  • James Suennen
  • Janelle Flint
  • Janna Chiavetta
  • Jean Hendrix
  • Jean Walker Lowell
  • Jeff Coleman
  • Jeffery Quinn
  • Jeremiah Williams
  • Jessie West
  • Jim Cassie
  • Jim Peck
  • Joan Simon
  • John Byron
  • John Crabb
  • John Frailing
  • John Garcia
  • John Lucas
  • John Stokman
  • John E. Griffin
  • John Sanders
  • Jose Diaz
  • Joseph Lang
  • Josh Bridegroom
  • Karen Nibbler Ciccarelli
  • Karyn Gallo
  • Kate G. Mello
  • Kathy Conrotto
  • Kenny Peterson
  • Kirk and Jane McAllister
  • Kris Benge
  • Larisa Cespedes
  • Laura Gutierrez
  • Lia McKeon
  • Liduina Vannes
  • Linda Mayo
  • Linda G. West
  • Lori Coleman
  • Lori Dodd
  • Lynn Zwahlen, D.D.S.
  • Nancy Smith
  • Niniv Tamimi
  • Paul Van Nes
  • Peter Dykzeul
  • Phil and Susan Martin
  • Margaret Barker
  • Marianne Villalobos
  • Maria Arevalo
  • Marie Rodin
  • Marilyn Cochran
  • Mark Tamblyn
  • Mark Fenton
  • Mark Looker
  • Marsha Morris
  • Marty and Kay Grynbaum
  • Mary Ann Sanders
  • MaryAnne Strom
  • Mary Ann Warmerdam
  • Mary E. Gallo
  • Mary Ellen and Michael Fox

“We need to be looking at the future twelve or sixteen years from now. Frank’s young enough to get in there and work on making things better in the future, and it’s going to take years to do the things we need to get done.”

– Jeremiah Williams, owner of Oak Crafts

“Frank will serve our community like his father and grandfather, with honor, hard-work, and effective problem-solving skills.”

– Amy Elliott Neumann, Modesto City School Board

  • Matt Machado
  • Matthew Henderson
  • Matthew Weston-Dawkes
  • Megan Gowans
  • Mel Nomann
  • Melissa Ervin-Tozzi
  • Michael Dennis
  • Michael E. Fox
  • Mike Chiavetta
  • Mike & Lori Gallo
  • Milton Davis
  • Nick Stokman Jr.
  • Pam O’Brien
  • Pat Glattke
  • Patrick Dodd
  • Paul Baxter
  • Peggy Naraghi
  • Penny Kreifels
  • Peter Dykzeul
  • Peter Hermann
  • Peter Van Nes
  • Peter Zeff
  • Phil Schmidt
  • Randon Kirkbride
  • Randy Schack
  • Randy Seifkin
  • Randy Wagner
  • Rhonda Allen
  • Richard Ritts
  • Rick Gray
  • Robert Gallo
  • Robert Hight
  • Robert Milligan
  • Robin Carol Johnson
  • Rodney Kreifels
  • Roland Nyegaard
  • Ron and Janice Emerzian
  • Sonja Knutsen
  • Sandra Lucas
  • Sandy McKeon
  • Sarah Howard
  • Scott Gregerson
  • Sean Crisp
  • Seth Neumann
  • Sherlan Lang
  • Stephanie Gallo
  • Stephen Smith
  • Steve Ashman
  • Steve Finch
  • Steve Pallios
  • Steve Perry
  • Steve & Eve Ringhoff
  • Steven Altman
  • Steven Williams
  • Sue Blickenstaff
  • Taylor Caroll
  • Theodore Harris
  • Theresa Grieshaber
  • Therese Schmidt
  • Timothy & Suzanne Byrd
  • Thomas Steffen
  • Tina Fenton
  • Tom Courts
  • Tom Gallo
  • Tom & Karen Weimer
  • Twainhart Hill
  • Vince Dykzeul
  • Viva Ettin Rader
  • Wendell Naraghi
  • Yvonne Allen

“I have known Frank since 4th grade. I trust Frank to lead our community as he has deep roots in Modesto, is a great family man and knows the issues and how to make our county more vibrant and successful. He will watch out for and fight for our people and our economy.”

– Chris Murphy

“Frank and I have talked ‘community’ many times. He has a deep genuine concern for the welfare of our community and he will be a strong advocate for Stanislaus County. With his unique background he brings a perspective that few can bring to the seat – a strong business perspective, an ability to collaborate and a good sense of what our community needs to be successful. Frank has my full support. He will be an excellent Supervisor.”

– Dave Gianelli, attorney and civic leader