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Rick D. Redding, born and raised in Sacramento, a Marine Corps veteran of Operation Desert Storm/Shield and a Public School Educator/Football coach, declared his candidacy for nomination as a Republican candidate for State Assembly (9th District). This district includes most of the city of Sacramento. The primary election is on June 8 and the general election in November.
Rick stated that, as a public school educator serving in the Assembly, he will work to ensure that every child has equal access to educational opportunities and that each student graduates from high school.
As our Assemblyman, Rick said one of his goals is to expand job training opportunities for the unemployed and underemployed as well as end all for state employees and restore the 14% reduction in state workers pay: "I do not believe the state budget should be balanced on the backs of state employees." Moreover, Rick said that he will "introduce employer friendly deregulation of the current legislative entanglements that hamper businesses from prospering and creating jobs."
"I'm a firm believer that irresponsible taxing and spending on behalf of the government should not dictate repeated tax increases for Sacramento citizens." For that reason, Rick supports the efforts of the Sacramento County Taxpayers League to roll back the Sacramento city utility rate increase from the projected 19.2% to 9.0% that will appear on the November ballot.
As your Assemblyman from the 9th District, Redding said "I will work with Mayor Board of Supervisors to help bring businesses to Sacramento that are not influenced by the ups and downs of the national and state economy thereby helping small business to prosper and provide good jobs., the and the
Rick Redding is married to the former Jill Tammi (daughter of former Placerville mayor, Bonnie Tammi) and has four children Ryan (18), William (14), Benjamin (8), and Lauren (5).
For more information about Rick's candidacy, you can visit the campaign website at www.VoteForRick.org. Rick can also be contacted at 916-289-9018 or firstname.lastname@example.org.