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Supervisor Andersen Shares her Perspective on Public Service

Supervisor Andersen was recently profiled in Brigham Young University's Alumni magazine.  In the article "A Season of Service" her thoughts on serving in the community are shared.  The complete article can be read here.   Candace Kay Andersen (BA ’82, JD ’85) had four kids 6 and under when she applied to serve on rent-stabilization and parks commissions ...

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Re-Elect Candace Andersen

What’s a County Supervisor?

Did you know that Contra Costa County has a $3.1 billion annual budget, 1 million residents, and over 9,000 County employees who make decisions that impact you and your family every day? A County Supervisor leads and sets policies to make sure that the right decisions are made so that your tax dollars are used ...

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Supervisor Andersen joins local leaders to welcome home servicemen.

Supervisor Andersen Supports our Veterans

Ensuring that our Contra Costa Veterans have the resources they need is a high priority of Supervisor Andersen.  She supports the many Veterans Service programs provided by the County in Martinez and at the outposts in Richmond, Brentwood, and Danville. She is always honored to participate in Welcome Home celebrations, Memorial Day and Veteran's Day events, the East ...

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Candace Andersen refused Raise

Supervisor Andersen Refused to Give Herself a Huge Payraise

On October 28 and November 4, 2014, the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors, in a 4-1 vote, gave themselves a 33% or $32,00 raise.  This would have brought their salaries up from $97,483 to $129,227 a year. Supervisor Candace Andersen was the lone "no" vote.  She opposed it because she felt it was too large an increase. ...

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Candace Andersen for Contra Costa County Supervisor

Meet Supervisor Candace Andersen

Supervisor Candace Andersen was first elected to the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors on June 5, 2012 and sworn into office on June 26, 2012 to begin serving her first term as the District 2 Supervisor. On June 7, 2016 she was re-elected to her second term after receiving 98.3% of the votes cast.  This four ...

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