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Merced CountyCandidate for Supervisor, Supervisorial District 2

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Lee Lor

10,163 votes (46.77%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Given are public safety, homelessness and economic development. Above and beyond is develop people to strengthen community, sustain economy and grow opportunities like the volunteers who will hold the County accountable annually.
  • Build on new opportunities to sustain our economy like the launch of an interactive children's museum with community members set to open this year.
  • Increase public participation and transparency like the People's Budget implemented in 2017.



As a mom, long-time volunteer and first generation college graduate, Lee knows firsthand the importance of sustainable economic development. She and her family have volunteered for twenty years while Lee attended school full-time, then worked full-time. Formerly, Lee was employed at the Merced County Office of Education as Assistant to the County Superintendent and Executive Director of the Merced County Education Foundation.

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

As County Supervisor since 2017, Lee voted for and actively participated in efforts to increase public safety, behavioral and public health, solutions for homelessness, public transportation including roads and programs for our zero to five population. Those are the given parts of the job.

Lee took her responsibilities to the NEXT LEVEL.

Lee's commitment has been to demonstrate what shared leadership looks like in creating the prosperity we want in our community. Lee developed people to strengthen our community, sustain our economy and grow opportunities. Residents' work with Lee these past three years have proven that. Because of Lee's work with residents, Lee launched an interactive children's museum with community members set to open this year and the People's Budget, led by volunteers where residents engage and decide how to spend public dollars. Lee implemented effective strategies with volunteers, strengthening efforts around youth, women and people experiencing homelessness. She also was successful in getting additional funds to veterans and community halls, libraries and the Courthouse Museum. These milestones are building our community, enhancing our quality of life and will sustain our economy.

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