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City of ReddingCandidate for City Council

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Francie Sullivan

Vice Mayor
11,544 votes (15.21%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Public Safety. Crime and the problems created by substance abuse and mental health must be addressed by finding additional resources for police and coordinated programs. Firefighters are understaffed and, more than ever, deserve our support..
  • Quality of life is paramount to attracting new business. Parks and trails are critical for a healthy city and should be accessible to all residents.
  • Determining what is important and how we pay for it is our overwhelming challenge. Our values will be determined by our choices as a community.



Profession:Vice Mayor, City of Redding
Member, Shasta County Grand Jury — Appointed position (1984–1985)


Oregon State University Bachelors of Sciences, Liberal Arts with an Emphasis on Architecture and Landscape Architecture (Land Use Planning) (current)

Community Activities

Founding Member, The Women's Fund (2009–current)
member, American Legion Auxiliary (1956–current)
President and member, Renaissance Redding (2008–current)
President and past member, League of Women Voters of the Redding Area and League of Women Voters of Lincoln County, Oregon (1976–1990)
2nd Executive Director and member, Shasta County Arts Council (1983–1985)

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