Lassen County Supervisor Brian Dahle announced his candidacy for the California First Assembly District this morning stating, “I could not stand idly by and let Sacramento continue down the path of self-destruction.”
“Our children and families are currently saddled with an unbalanced state budget, a bloated bureaucracy, and one of the largest tax burdens in the nation.”
A release from Supervisor Dahle’s campaign promises to sponsor a balanced budget amendment, reduce the size of state government and remove state regulations that stifle economic freedom. “The state of California has placed shackles that have restrained you and your family’s ability to prosper. I want to change that and give hope and prosperity to all Californians.”
Supervisor Dahle is a third generation farmer, businessman, and serves on the Lassen County Board of Supervisors. Along with his wife Megan, he owns and operates Big Valley Seed, and Big Valley Nursery.
Dahle’s campaign announcement this morning emphasizes his farm heritage, business acumen and county leadership as the solid skill sets that make him well suited for this California Assembly district. He is proud of his record as a four term county supervisor and a fifteen year history of balanced county budgets. “We don’t spend more than what we have, and what we do have is paid for here in Lassen County.”
Supervisor Dahle states he is looking forward to the upcoming Assembly race, and the opportunity to, “contrast his candidacy against those of his opponents.”
In addition, Supervisor Dahle would like to convey to the citizens of the First Assembly District that should they have any questions or concerns he can be reached at 530.251.3888.