RABPAC Endorses Kirk Uhler for District 4 Supervisor
The Roseville Area Business Political Action Committee (RABPAC) has made its choice for Placer County Supervisor, District 4 and will endorse Kirk Uhler. Uhler will receive the support of RABPAC versus candidate Pam Tobin for his District 4 Supervisor re-election bid. Uhler has represented District 4 for a total of ten years; he was only 25 years old when first elected to the post, becoming the second youngest Supervisor in California history. His plans include continuing his work on local and regional economic development, continuing to keep public safety a priority, reducing traffic congestion in our area and ensuring long-term financial viability.
A top priority for Uhler will be ensuring the completion of the Placer County Conservation Plan by leading the efforts in demonstrating the area’s ability to move larger greenfield developments forward, therefore the future urbanization in the south county can be directed to the cities of Roseville and Lincoln. Uhler says “Going forward, the County needs to focus on spending our capital improvement dollars on projects that facilitate new opportunities for a private sector investment.”
A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Uhler has been a Placer County resident since 1970. He has previously served as Chairman on the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency, South Placer Regional Transportation Authority, Placer County Conservation Plan, Golden Sierra Workforce Investment Board, Higher Education Task Force, Sacramento Area Commerce and Trade Organization, and the Air Pollution Control District . He is an Eagle Scout from Granite Bay Troop 121. Kirk and his wife, Tami, Assistant Director of Placer County Child Support Services, currently live in Granite Bay with their daughter, and son.
For more information on Kirk Uhler’s campaign please visit: http://www.kirkuhler.com/index.html
The goals and mission of Roseville Area Business Political Action Committee shall be to foster, promote and advocate local, regional and state government officials and laws that are in the best interest of business and encourage economic vitality and growth; and through the combined voice of business, support the election of officials and promote laws, at local and state levels of government, that advance and support business issues and the free-market, private enterprise system.
Our purposes are to support candidates for local and state elective offices and participate in local and state ballot measures and to take actions appropriate to the attainment of the purposes stated above, including recruiting business oriented candidates for local elected offices, solicitations of funds from individuals or corporations to support candidates for elective office, and to support political education efforts and participate in ballot measures and issues.