Locals Kick Off Ray Nutting's Campaign for Supervisor

by Placerville Newswire / Dec 16, 2019 / comments

[Dan Dellinger]

Cameron Park, CA – Despite the driving rain, over 100 enthusiastic local residents braved the stormy weather to show their support for Ray Nutting’s bid for re-election to the County Board of Supervisors at the Snooty Frog.  Nutting, the author of El Dorado County’s term limit ordnance, is seeking to serve again on the Board of Supervisors after taking several years off from Board service.

     “When you entrusted me with a seat on the Board of Supervisors in 1993 and again in 2008, I promised to streamline and modernize our County’s Management and Operations, solve our County’s fiscal problems, stop tax increases, lower fees, and shrink County Government”, said Nutting to supporters, “I’m proud to have kept those promises, saving taxpayers millions of dollars and making bureaucrats live within the means of taxpayers like us”. 

    “Beyond keeping my promises to you, I led the fights to pass our No New Taxes Without Voter Approval and Right To Farm ordinances that protect you and preserve open space and family agriculture,” continued Nutting, “I succeeded in helping add a lane onto Highway 50, establish more parks and ball fields, build the Cameron Park Library, improve our fire protection, upgrade the Sheriff’s Office, and enhance senior services”. 

    “I’m seeking to represent you to help create new jobs, lower fees, protect Proposition 13 tax relief, find stable funding for our local fire districts, solve our spreading fire insurance and homeless crises, and help local families fix more of our problems with government agencies,” concluded Nutting, “and with your help we will apply hard work and common sense to solve these problems in a way that best fits our community, instead of some impractical one size fits all bureaucratic theory”. 

       Ray Nutting earned his Bachelor’s Degree in History and Criminal Justice from Sacramento State University in 1989, followed up with a California Teaching Credential in 1990, and now manages and lives on his family ranch in Happy Valley with his lovely wife Jennifer and youngest son Chase. Nutting may be reached at 530-644-1728.  

    The election will be held on Tuesday, March 3.