Susan Adams Announces She is Running for Reelection
Marin County Supervisor Susan Adams has announced she is running for reelection. In deciding to run again, Adams said, “This campaign will be about what we’ve accomplished already, and how we can create a healthier, more vibrant community for the future."
Counting numerous projects on the horizon, Adams vowed to continue fighting for stronger environmental policies and preserving open space, more funding for local schools, reducing traffic congestion, standing up for women’s rights and addressing all of our neighborhoods’ concerns.
Adams listed among her first endorsers former Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey. “Susan Adams has done a great job for the people she works for, with a tremendous record of accomplishments. Her reelection will continue to more than benefit her district. I wholeheartedly support her,” said former Congresswoman Woolsey.
The New Campaign – Endorse Susan Today!
With the new campaign announced, we are creating a new endorsement list for supporters who back Susan's continuing work. Please join the campaign as Susan works with her community for Healthy People & Healthy Planet. Click below and sign up if you would like to be listed as a current endorser.
What We've Accomplished Together
As District 1 Supervisor, Susan often says it has been her privilege to represent her community, working with residents to accomplish a diverse range of goals and objectives.
As a lifelong registered nurse, Susan knew we could improve our local healthcare system. Together, we've done some amazing things to make Marin a healthier place to live.Learn more
From protecting Bayland properties against massive development, to being the swing vote on MCE, to more funding for flood control projects, to resolving disputes around the rock quarry... Susan has worked nonstop to protect our environment.Learn more
Susan has remained committed to instituting shuttle service in the Santa Venetia, Marinwood, Lucas Valley and Terra Linda communities to fill in the gaps in the local transit system.Learn more
Working Together On Our Issues
Every day brings new challenges, new information and new opportunities to work together for the best possible future. Here are some areas where Susan is working closely with the community to achieve results.
Concerns have been raised about possible impacts on the Dixie School District. Susan has asked the county administrator to bring to the Board of Supervisors the creation of a one-time fund to mitigate various impacts on our schools as raised by local residents.Learn more
With limited local grocery options and a blighted strip mall near her own home, Susan worked with her fellow residents to bring a neighborhood Farmers' Market and a new grocery store "The Marinwood Market". Where there was vandalism and graffiti, there are now fruits and vegetables and a full service market.Learn more