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With over 20 years of community service and now with a supervisory tenure, Steve Madrone is setting the stage for another four incredibly productive years.

Sustainable community development and ecological restoration efforts are overwhelmed by funding from state and federal agencies; and Supervisor Madrone has a proven track record and experience in providing public funds to benefit our community. In McKinleyville, we could use a large dose of environmentally sound community development and redevelopment, where we have opportunities while enhancing our green and rejuvenating spaces. In the rivers that run through our county, we need Madrone’s experience, knowledge and extensive network of collaboration to ensure funds are used to conserve water in our rivers, and not damaged or washed away by economic interests in other parts of our state. . Vote Madrone for community development and healthy rivers!

Mary Burke, McKinleyville


Steve Madrone is a hardworking supervisor who understands the challenges Humboldt County faces and how to create lasting solutions. He has proven himself to be a thoughtful and principled leader. He deserves re-election to continue representing the people of the Fifth District.

Supervisor Madrone has signed the Climate Pledge sponsored by the Redwood Coalition for Climate and Environmental Responsibility (RCCER), and his work as county leader embodies the priorities set out in the pledge. He is a champion of safe, healthy and sustainable transportation options, such as walking, cycling and public transit. He understands the relationship between our housing crisis and the climate crisis, and how we can solve both with better development projects and standards. It is dedicated to securing a new generation of high-quality green jobs.

For all these reasons, the RCCER is proud to endorse Steve Madrone as Supervisor.

Colin Fiske, Arcata


We have known Fifth District Supervisor Steve Madrone for 40 years and he has earned our deep respect for his consistently beneficial service to Humboldt County.

Steve’s ability to listen to stakeholders, during his tenure as Director of Natural Resource Services at RCAA, was critical to the development of the Hammond Trail. His dedication to community and environmental sustainability has earned him the endorsement of the Yurok Tribal Council, who said, “He is a strong leader who understands the issues most important to us.

Steve has worked tirelessly to restore fish habitat on Mattole, Klamath, Trinity and many other watersheds. Steve is an exemplary water conservation advocate through his work with Trinidad and Westhaven. We have personally seen Steve go door to door in McKinleyville on several weekends to learn about his constituents and their concerns.

Personal communication is more important than signs.

Please vote for Steve.

Martin Smukler, McKinleyville


Steve Madrone has the integrity and experience, living in the Fifth District for over 35 years, to continue serving as a supervisor for the Fifth District. He has many accomplishments during his current tenure, including voting for salary and benefit increases for deputy sheriffs, helping complete a section of the Hammond Trail west of U.S. Highway 101, working for prevent the Dollar General store from getting a liquor license because they are across from McKinleyville High School and helped clean up and improve Widow White Creek that runs through Ocean West Mobile Home Park, to n to name a few.

Steven Madrone is a “bridge builder” between the citizens of the Fifth District and agencies, businesses, schools, and tribal members. Please vote for Madrone on June 7 so he can continue the great work he started.

Lynn Adams, McKinleyville


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