My son, Gerald Clift, believes that we should stop spending money on wasteful pet projects and that we should prioritize the services that our county relies upon.
Rather than lay off more than 140 employees (as our supervisor did), Gerald would have reduced the compensation for dozens of managers and administrators making more than $180,000 (more than our governor’s salary).
Running a county budget is about priorities and our supervisor has the wrong ones.
Gerald has also promised to give $10,000 of his salary to schools in Vacaville in Dixon. In addition, he will refuse to accept the $10,400 auto allowance for this position. In contrast, Gerald’s opponent (John Vasquez) voted to increase his compensation by more than $10,000.
Please vote for my son, Gerald Clift, on June 3.