Armelino: Why I’m Unopposed? Small Budget, Smart Kids

We are in the most competitive era in the history of public education in California, with both an emphasis on higher test scores for our students and alternatives such as charter, cyber, private, and home schools. Our state ranks 47th in the nation in per-student funding while holding our students responsible for … Continue Reading


Bosenko for Sheriff: Re-elect Experience

Candidate statement from Tom Bosenko, running unopposed for sheriff Age: 52 Occupation: Sheriff As Sheriff, it has been an honor to serve the people of Shasta County over the past four years. I have 31 years of continuous, active, progressive experience with… Continue Reading


Largent for Assessor: You Deserve Timely, Fair Reviews

To the Proud Voters of Shasta County,

It is my privilege to have the opportunity to represent you as a candidate for Assessor-Recorder in the upcoming election on June 8th. This is an important decision to all of our local citizens that impacts our future and the rights of property owners in Shasta County … Continue Reading


Assessor Morgan: I’m the Taxpayer’s Advocate

It’s critical that the Assessor-Recorder’s office is managed by someone who is educated, experienced, and committed to ensure professionalism and integrity. I’m your best choice for Shasta County Assessor-Recorder. I’m the only candidate with experience within the office, education specific to the laws which govern the office, and who can give the citizens … Continue Reading


Young for Supervisor: Let’s Open for Business

The focus of my campaign is threefold:
1. Jobs and economic development
2. Public Safety
3. Private property rights

I am a strong advocate of job creation and economic development. A good jobs base creates funds … Continue Reading


Harmon for County Supe: Doing Business the Cowboy Way

As an informed citizen and voter in Shasta County, it is absolutely in your best interest to learn as much as possible about the candidates who are running for office. After all, you are actually participating in a hiring process when you vote. If you do not happen to reside in district 5, you can still vote with your wallet to help elect the best person for the job. I sincerely hope that after careful consideration, you will ultimately discover that that person is me. Here’s why… Continue Reading


County Clerk Darling: Your Apt Guide In Election Changes

My name is Cathy Darling, and currently I am your County Clerk, elected in 2006. I am writing to ask for your support and the gift of your vote on June 8th.

I was appointed Shasta County Clerk/Registrar of Voters on September 7, 2004. Before that I served as the Assistant County Clerk/Registrar of Voters in the last fifteen months of Ann Reed’s service to the voters of Shasta County. In 2006 … Continue Reading


Auditor Regnell: Years of Experience, Accountability Count

I am seeking re-election as Shasta County Auditor and I sincerely want your vote.

As Auditor, I am responsible for ensuring the County’s budget of $396 million is spent appropriately and in compliance with the law. I audit financial transactions for more than 100 departmental budget units, 60 dependent districts, 50 independent special districts, and numerous school funds. I am responsible for … Continue Reading


Candidate Faulkner: Your County Auditor Should Be a CPA

I am not a politician. I am a professional Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with a BS in Accounting and 30 years experience, including over 6 years auditing and managing audit teams looking for fraud and erroneous payments for the Department of Defense.

I’ve spent most of my life passionately striving to make government more effective, efficient and responsible to the people. That’s why I’m running for Shasta County Auditor.

So what can I bring … Continue Reading


DA Candidate Carlton: Benito Lost the Public’s Trust

The most powerful person in our criminal justice system is the District Attorney. Due to the great power and responsibility entrusted to the District Attorney, it is imperative for the District Attorney to possess integrity and judgment. If the District Attorney does not possess these qualities, serious problems will exist in the criminal justice system and public trust will be lost.

Shasta County has serious problems … Continue Reading