Congressional candidate Susan Adams in Humboldt this weekend
[In addition to her two appearances in Humboldt, Susan Adams will be live on KHUM today at 11am]
Susan L. Adams, a registered nurse practitioner, a County Supervisor and candidate to be Humboldt’s next Congressional Representative will be in Northern Humboldt for a series of “meet and greet” events where you can hear from and ask questions of the candidate. California’s newly formed 2nd District which includes Humboldt County, will run from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Oregon Boarder,
On Saturday Oct 29th from 1:30 pm – 2:30pm, Susan will address the Humboldt State University Democratic Club at Redwood Yogurt located at 1573 G Street in Northtown, Arcata. The general public is welcome to attend.
On Sunday Oct 30th from 1:30 pm – 2:30pm, Susan will host a public forum at Trinidad Town Hall (Civic Room) located at 409 Trinity St. in Trinidad.
To RSVP or for more information about Adams’ visit to Humboldt County from Oct 28th to the 30th, please call the campaign at (707) 376-8683 or visit http://www.susanadamsforcongress.com.
Susan Adams is running for Congress to fight for the priorities of communities here in Coastal Northern California. She will work hard to rebuild thriving economies, protect health and access to quality care, apply innovative solutions to public safety and implement clean renewable energy programs which will benefit communities for generations to come.
As a maternity clinical specialist and a women’s health nurse practitioner, Adams has dedicated her life to health families. As a public servant, she has worked to create health communities. Currently Adams represents the 1st District on the Marin County Board of Supervisors where she has earned a reputation for innovative solutions to local problems, including her work on green energy jobs and therapeutic justice programs.
Adams is a mother and grandmother. Her brother has served seven tours of duty overseas compelling her to work even harder to bring our men and women home and she will continue to make veterans’ affairs a top priority—including their post war after care. Her family has owned a ranch in Boonville, Mendocino for several generations.
She has served at the National Association of Counties on the Health Steering Committee, was appointed to the California Chief Justice’s Task Force on Mentally Ill Offenders and has served with county supervisors in all 58 California counties on the State Association and serves in a leadership position for the National Association of Counties Health Committee.
More information at http://www.susanadamsforcongress.com