At its September 21st meeting, the Sonoma County Democratic Party endorsed three candidates in the upcoming November election for trustees of the Windsor Unified School District. They are, alphabetically:
- Stephanie Ahmad. A graduate of U.C. Berkeley and Stanford Law School, and currently an associate at Greenberg Taurig LLP, she completed her entire K-12 grade education in the Windsor district. Her husband teaches at Windsor High School, and she has two children who are students in the district. In January 2018 she was named board president of the Windsor Education Foundation. Her website is here.
- Sandy Dobbins (incumbent; first elected in 2002). An accounting manager, she has lived in Windsor for 28 years and has raised two daughters in the school system.
- Eric Heitz (incumbent; running for a second four-year term). A public school teacher and athletic director in Calistoga, he has a master’s degree in educational leadership and a California School Board master’s in governance. During his tenure on the board, he has served on facilities, bond, policy, visual/performing arts, and LCAP subcommittees. He was born and raised in Windsor and has raised two children in the Windsor school district.
Congratulations to all three candidates for winning this endorsement. The Windsor Democratic Club recommends voting for all three in November 2018!
(For a roundup of the positions of all five candidates in this election, see the August 21st article in the Windsor Times.)