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Marin CountyCandidate for Supervisor, District 4

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Alex Easton-Brown

Local Community Advocate
3,371 votes (20.94%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Restore the dying San Geronimo Golf Course and protect our Community Plans by Voting YES on D.
  • To CLEAN UP COUNTY GOVERNMENT. To stop the waste and Featherbedding brought about because Marin County is awash in tax revenues.
  • To HIRE LOCALLY to help resolve workforce housing and employees having to commute into Marin for work.



Marin resident 45 years. Built family home, raised family in Lagunitas. Homebuilder, House Husband and Community Activist.

Past President and Treasurer, Marin United Taxpayers. Served as Director, Institute for Social Justice and Law.

Taught Sociology at Fresno State University.

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

We need to cut back on the local layers of government and bureaucracy, to increase citizen involvement and oversight in the actual running of government. We need to protect our Right to Privacy and stop government from nosing around in our personal lives.

A tax-rich county like Marin  too easily embarkes on expensive, wasteful programs that get in the way of resolving our actual needs.

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