Dist. 4 Supervisor Pareira to run for re-election
Lloyd Pareira, the chairman of the Merced County Board of Supervisors, announced this week his candidacy for re-election to the District 4 seat in 2020.
Born and raised in Merced County and a lifelong farmer, Pareira was first elected in 2016.
“When I first ran, I promised to work to fix our county roads and ensure that we keep our unique way of life in northern Merced County,” Pareira said. “I am proud to say that we have used your tax dollars to directly benefit you, the taxpayer, and have begun road repair projects throughout District 4.
“I have also fought against unregulated and unimpeded development that would change the character of our communities in Northern Merced County, while working to promote and expand good paying jobs for our hardworking families through such endeavors as the expansion of Foster Farms and the Mid-California International Trade District. I look forward to continuing my service on the Merced County Board of Supervisors as we make Merced County the best it can be for families and business.”
Pareira also highlighted his commitment to public safety.
“I am proud to have supported and voted for, a raise for our hard-working deputy sheriffs,” he said in his announcement. “The resources we, as your Board of Supervisors, have given our Sheriff’s Department has allowed the department to not only become fully staffed, but have a waiting list of those wanting to join the Merced Sheriff’s Department. The safety of our streets and neighborhoods is one of my main priorities.”
District 4 includes the communities of Ballico, Gustine, Cressey, Delhi, Hilmar, Snelling, Stevinson, Winton, and portions of Atwater.
The 2020 Primary Election is already less than a year away, being held on March 3, 2020.
You can learn more about Supervisor Lloyd Pareira by visiting online at: LloydPareira.com.