LET'S SHOW COSTCO WE WANT THEM IN LINDA!
I'm currently working with the developer and County officials to bring a Costco to the old Peach Tree Mall location!
If you support this, please fill out this quick petition form so we can show Costco how much community support they have in our District.

Yes! I want a Costco in Linda!

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MEET ANDY
  • Veteran

  • Former Reserve Sheriff Deputy

  • Small Business Owner 

I am a Vietnam Veteran, former Reserve Yuba County Sheriff Deputy, and a small business owner. I am honored to serve as your Supervisor!

 

Since I’ve taken office, we trimmed all departments, and maintained a balanced budget every single year.

 

I’m proud to report you are now protected by one of the best levee systems in the entire country. We’ve completed a record number of road repairs, and North Beale Road now has curbs, gutters and sidewalks. To encourage jobs, we’ve created the “Yes to Yuba” campaign and streamlined the building permit process.

 

I love our Linda and Edgewater communities! I’ve organized many community clean-up days, removed 500 tons of garbage and returned hundreds of shopping carts to local stores.

 

My top priority is public safety. Our state is in crisis, releasing thousands of criminals onto our streets and vagrants are out of control. We need to make sure we have enough officers to protect lives and property. Through our local Measure K funds, by the end of this year, we will have already put $11 million towards public safety and fire.

 

My wife Jeannie and I have five children and five grandchildren.

 

Linda progress! Vote Andy Vasquez for Supervisor!

Contact me at 870-7509 if you'd like to discuss any issues.

- Andy

MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
CONTACT ANDY

Call or Text: (530) 870-7509

andy@andyvasquez.com

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NEW PROJECTS!
Click the graphic to view my recent mailer, a summary of District 1 projects
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NEW PROJECTS!
Click the map to download a PDF of current South Yuba County Developments
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NEW MAP!
Click the map to download our new District 1 map
  • ROAD REPAIR Completed a record number of repairs! 

  • NORTH BEALE ROAD Leveraged Yuba Water Agency funds to complete curbs, gutters and sidewalks.

  • PUBLIC SAFETY  Doing what the voters wanted! $11 Million from Measure K sales tax funds already given to Sheriff & Fire. 

  • COSTCO! I’m currently working with the developer and County officials to bring Costco to the old Peach Tree Mall location!

  • HOUSING  A record number of new homes being built, including NINE subdivisions just in our Linda/Edgewater district. 

  • INTERNET  Completed a Yuba County Master Plan for expanding affordable, powerful broadband internet.

  • COUNTY BUDGET Maintained a balanced budget each year.

  • HOMELESS Launched 14 Forward, and two hotel-
    conversions for transitional housing for people who want help. Started a bi-county partnership with Sutter County.

  • FLOOD PROTECTION Yuba County now has one of the BEST levee systems in the entire 
    United States!

  • New Sheriff's Department facility

  • Obtained a multi-million dollar grant to improve medical and mental health services at the Yuba County Jail

  • Streamlined the County's building permit process and totally eliminated many fees altogether

  • Organized many Linda community clean-up days

  • Removed over 500 tons of garbage and returned hundreds of shopping carts to local stores

  • Completed the transition of the power plant from PG&E to the Yuba County Water Agency! This new funding source has already been used for hundreds of County projects, including road repair, fixing Ellis Lake and funding new rescue equipment.

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Yes! I endorse Andy Vasquez

Thank you for your support!

ENDORSEMENTS!
  • Joan Saunders (Andy's opponent last election)

  • Katherine Bordier

  • Maryanne Brown

  • Cassandra Campbell

  • Jenny Cavaliere

  • Jayedene Chesini

  • Daniel Brown

  • Samantha Delaney

  • Elizabeth DeLay

  • Paul Eichenberger

  • Roxane Goodman

  • Hannah Haefner

  • Tanya Hansen

  • Oliver Johnson

  • Nichelle Jones

  • Gursharan Kaur

  • Matthew Kitchell

  • Mark Martin

  • Bella Millan

  • Joe Miller

  • Ingrid Nolan

  • Donald Owens

  • Nancy Parkerson

  • Rhonda Rapp

  • Victoria Roberts

  • Christina Robinson

  • Bobby Thao

  • Carolyn Tindel

  • Misty Triggs

  • Margaret Vestal

  • Gary Weir

Hey Andy? Questions & Answers

How are you making Yuba County better?

Since I’ve taken office, we trimmed all departments, and maintained a balanced budget every single year. I’m proud to report you are now protected by one of the best levee systems in the entire country. We’ve completed a record number of road repairs, and North Beale Road now has curbs, gutters and sidewalks. To encourage jobs, we’ve created the “Yes to Yuba” campaign and streamlined the building permit process.

 

 

If elected to this position what would be your first priority? Why?

My top priority is public safety. Our state is in crisis, releasing thousands of criminals onto our streets and vagrants are out of control. We need to make sure we have enough officers to protect lives and property. Through our local Measure K funds, by the end of this year, we will have already put $11 million towards public safety and fire.

 

 

What is your position on Measure K and why?

Public safety is my top priority. I value our former Sheriff Steve Durfor and our current Sheriff Wendell Anderson. Both gentlemen asked the Board to put the Measure K revenue measure on the ballot so that the people of Yuba County could decide if they wanted to put more money towards law enforcement, public protection and fire departments.  The people decided and now it is my job as the Supervisor to spend that money on exactly what the people wanted it to go to. As long as I am on the Board I will fight to ensure Measure K funds are used the way the people want.

What is the biggest challenge facing Yuba County and how do you plan to address or fix it?
I believe our biggest challenge, and government’s top priority, is public safety. California has failed its residents and our state is in now in a public safety crisis, releasing thousands of criminals onto our streets and vagrants are out of control.

I have fought to ensure Yuba County has enough officers to protect lives and property. Through our local Measure K funds, by the end of this year, we will have already put $11 million towards public safety and fire. The Yuba County Sheriff’s Department is now a place officers want to be long-term.


 

How will your continued presence on the board help the residents of Yuba County?
Measure K did not pass easily or by a wide majority in Yuba County. The voters were concerned that a general tax would not be spent the way they wanted it spent --- on law enforcement and fire protection. I have fought to ensure the Measure K sales tax funds are going to what was promised, and my continued presence on the board will ensure they continue to be spent the way the taxpayer wants.

We do have new members on the Board post Measure K, they were not here and did not make promises to the people, it’s imperative we keep board members elected that keep their promises.

How has your past experience prepared you for a role as supervisor?

I’m a Vietnam Veteran, former Reserve Yuba County Sheriff Deputy, and a small business owner for over 40 years.

Since taking office, we trimmed all departments, and maintained a balanced budget every single year.

I’m proud to report you are now protected by one of the best levee systems in the entire country. We’ve completed a record number of road repairs, and North Beale Road now has curbs, gutters and sidewalks. To encourage jobs, we’ve created the “Yes to Yuba” campaign and streamlined the building permit process.

I truly love our Linda and Edgewater communities! I’ve organized many community clean-up days, removed 500 tons of garbage and returned hundreds of shopping carts to local stores.

All of my experience, from the military to law enforcement; from the private sector to being your public sector representative; have all prepared me to continue creating success for Yuba County residents as your Supervisor.

 

 

What factors do you consider in your decisions as a supervisor?

Einstein said, “We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” I inherited many issues when elected, including a growing unfunded pension liability, a broken public safety system and increased costs at every level. I have looked for creative strategies to tackle every issue.

 

Every decision made has consequences. I weigh many things before voting, including the effect on your personal rights and freedoms, the cost, the effect on public safety, the effect on your quality of life, and ability to follow through and successfully complete the project.  

 

What one thing should residents know about you before making a decision on who to vote for?

I have been honored to serve as your Supervisor and honored to have the ability to create programs in our community to celebrate our youth, honor our Hmong and Chinese communities, support our law enforcement and respect our veterans. 

Before I was elected, while I’ve been elected, and long after I’ve left office, I will continue to dedicate my time to celebrating Yuba County’s accomplishments and working to solve our toughest problems. I’d be honored to have your vote again for Yuba County Supervisor. Thank you