Small business owner, veterans advocate,
Citrus Heights Planning

Looking Ahead to New Growth


For 20 years we have worked together to build a solid foundation for our city to prosper. During this time, we have strengthened our city’s finances, formed our own police department, developed Neighborhood Associations, and secured funding for revitalization efforts that benefitted major city corridors.   

Success would be impossible without the talents, tenacity, and support of Citrus Heights' residents, business owners, and many more community supporters. In unison, we have worked on a united purpose; our efforts prove that anything is possible for this great community. 

We must continue to forge ahead; Citrus Heights will be a destination in our area for young families and business owners to reside. It is just as important, now more than ever, that we engage our community, empower our neighborhoods, and encourage each other to make positive contributions to the future. 

As your next City councilwoman, my focus will be to make Citrus Heights a more vibrant community. In my experience as a planning commissioner, mother of 2 young boys, and business owner; I know what it takes to be a leader. It’s commitment to lead our city in the right direction, one that focuses on family values, education, and safe neighborhoods. 



Elected Officials

Ro Khanna, Congressman  District 17

Ash Kalra, Assembly  Member District 27

Richard Pan , CA State Senator District 6

Ed Hernandez, CA State Senator  District 22

Jim Cooper, Assembly Member District 9

Bret Daniels, Citrus Heights /city Council Council Member

Fiona Ma,  Board member of the California Board of Equalization and Candidate for CA State Treasurer

Phil Serna, Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, District 1

Patrick Kennedy, Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, District 2

Gregg Fishman, SMUD Board President, Director Ward 3

Dave Tamayo, SMUD Board Vice President, Director Ward 6

Genevieve Shiroma, SMUD Director, Ward 4.

Bill Slaton, SMUD Director, Ward 7, 

Brandon Rose, SMUD Director, Ward 1

Orlando Fuentes, Director, Cosumnes Community Services District

Michael Seaman, Director, Fulton-El Camino Recreation & Park District, 

Kathy Stricklin, Board Member, Fulton El Camino Recreation and Park District

Donald Terry, Rancho Cordova City Council

Paula Villescaz, San Juan Unified School Board Member

Mai Vang, Sacramento City Unified School Board Member

Michael Minnick, Sacramento City Unified School Board Member

Christopher Clark, Folsom Cordova Unified School Board Member

James Shelby, Citrus Heights City Council Member (Ret) former CEO of the Sacramento Urban League

Larry Carr, Sacramento City Council Member

Ric Jennings II, Sacramento City Council Member

Darrell Steinberg,  Mayor of Sacramento, California  

Angelique Ashby, Sacramento City Council Member

Allen Warren, Sacramento City Council Member

Ernie Sheldon, Vice Mayor City of Folsom

Garrett Gatewood, Rancho Cordova City Council Member

Tom Vu, Planning Commissioner, City of West Sacramento & Higher education Advocate


Cecil's Hair Salon

Russian American Media, Inc.


Sacramento-Sierra Building & Construction Trades

Region Business

California Nurses Association

Sacramento Area Firefighters Local 522

ATU local 256

Operating Engineers Local 3 

LiUNA local 185

American Postal Workers Union-Sacramento Area Local 0066

California Conference of Machinists /  International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers 

Sacramento County Democratic Party

Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Sacramento Association of Realtors

Latino Democratic Club

JFK Democratic Club

Chicano Latino Democratic Club of Northern California

Town and country Democratic Club

Sacramento County Young Democrats

Women Democrats of Sacramento County

Latino Democratic Club

Stonewall Democratic Club

Community Leaders


Dr. Marion Woods Retired Lt. Colonel USAF, former Director of the Department of Human Resources Washington, DC 

Robbie Hunter, President, State Building & Construction Trades Council of California 

Kevin Ferreira, Sacramento BTC

Sergey Ivannikov, Russian American Media (RAM)

Bill Nelson, Hearing, Believing,Walking & Obtaining Inc (HBWO)

Eric Sunderland, Region 3 Director

Ricky Ric Barreto Legislative Director Local American Postal Workers Union, Sacramento Area 

Betty Williams, President Sacramento NAACP

Carlos Alcala, Chair Chicano Latino Caucus, CDP

Norma Alcala, *Vice Chair, Chicano Latino Caucus, Trustee, Washington Unified School District

Jenny Bach, Secretary, California Democratic Party.

Dr. Hank Hendricks, Commander National Association of Black Veterans

Dr. William Bronston

Alan Weiskopf, Purple Heart Veteran

Karen Weiskopf

Andrew Van Duker

Russell Means

Margaret Means

Gigi Rayford

Phillip Kim

Harold Pressley,  American former professional basketball player

Jason Milton


Jody Feldman, USAF VETERAN, Democratic Assembly District Delegate AD 8

Colonel Doug Applegate 

James Milton

Cecil Dyer

James Greene

Cullen Tiernan

M. Ronald Cohen, Retired Major, USAF, Vice Chair, San Bernardino County Democratic Party

Jim Hard, Vietnam Era US Army 

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Porsche's Priorities Include

Economic Development

 Citrus Heights is an ideal hub for creating high-wage jobs expanding beyond the Sacramento region. For us to grow economically, we need to commit to improving our housing, transportation, educational system and the overall quality of life for our residents. For Citrus Heights to be the vibrant and successful community we all believe in, our elected representatives must focus on building successful business partnerships. I am firmly committed to increasing business retention and corporate involvement in our community. 

Quality of Life

 For Citrus Heights to remain a desirable local city, we must foster healthy neighborhoods, recreational activities, access to parks, and work to invest in local arts & cultural projects that enrich our lives. If we balance these ideals with excellent public schools and a healthy housing market, we can attract more young families, professionals, and individuals of all ages to join our community 

Public Safety:

 Public safety is a high priority for our community. Neighborhoods should be safe for us to live in, work, and raise our families. We can achieve all of this by promoting policies that have already been successfully implemented in other cities facing similar issues. 

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