More than 30 key Napa County elected officials said they endorsed Dillon in her re-election bid for the Napa County Board of Supervisors.
Those include: Congressman Mike Thompson, D-St. Helena; State Senator Lois Wolk; and Napa County Supervisors Mark Luce and Brad Wagenknecht.
Dillon has also earned the support of several countywide elected officials, including: Treasurer-Tax Collector Tami Frasier; District Attorney Gary Lieberstein; County Superintendent of Schools Barbara Nemko; Sheriff John Robertson and Auditor-Controller Tracy Schulze.
Citing her long history of accomplishments and service, these leaders agreed that Dillon should be re-elected to the Board of Supervisors to continue standing up for the people of Napa County.
“Diane has been a tireless worker for Upvalley residents on the Board of Supervisors for more than 10 years," said Thompson, who lives in Dillon's district. "She has worked hard to protect our agricultural lands, open space and natural resources, keep Napa County fiscally stable and strengthen our local economy."
Dillon said she was "honored to have the support of so many local community members, parents, volunteer firefighters, agricultural and open space leaders,” said Dillon.
forward to continuing to work with them to protect the special quality of life
that we enjoy in Napa County,” she said.
Dillon, a St. Helena resident representing District 3, is seeking her fourth term on the board.
In her time as supervisor, she has amassed a long list of accomplishments, including protecting Napa Valley’s water resources, ensuring local growth happens in a responsible and sustainable way, supporting public safety programs and growing our local economy.
A Napa County native, she has also been a visible advocate for Napa County agriculture, tourism and resource conservation at the local, state and national level.
In addition to the national, state and county leaders endorsing Dillon, she has been endorsed by dozens of local and community leaders.
Those include: Calistoga Mayor Chris Canning; Napa Valley College Board Vice President JoAnn Busenbark; Napa County Board of Education Member Jennifer Kresge; and Napa Valley Unified School Board President Frances Ortiz-Chavez.
For a more complete bio on Dillon, see the Napa County website.