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Leadership is service.
 
Leadership is not about awards, or power, or fame.  It is about service.
 
 Service to the community. Service to my principles.  Service to the people I represent.

That is why I ran for office in the first place - and why I work so hard to meet, talk, and listen to voters in my district.  

I am proud of our efforts, but there is more to do still.

This is also why I am asking for your support. 

Please join us.

 

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News

Thursday, March 14, 2019 12:00 AM

We need to fix our roads

Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost asked her followers if they would rather raise the sales tax or add toll roads, in order to pay for road repairs - or neither.

Frost suggests taking the money from the stalled High-Speed Rail project.


Tuesday, March 12, 2019 12:00 AM

Built for Zero - ending homelessness with CA Veterans

Thanks to a grant from Kaiser Permanente, Sacramento will be joining "Built for Zero" - a data-driven effort which helped virtually end veteran homelessness in Riverside, CA.


Monday, February 25, 2019 12:00 AM

Candle light vigil held in Sacramento to honor Pulwama victims

Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost was one of the guest speakers at the event. “Tonight I attended a Candlelight Vigil sponsored by the Indian Association of Sacramento — and stood in solidarity with my fellow Sacramento Region Citizens and together we recited a pledge that ended with… ‘We, the citizens of Sacramento, hereby pledge that we denounce the terror in any format, in any part of the world,” Frost said. “Honestly… Words don’t come close to expressing the sorrow. Tonight, I am reminded of how lucky I am to live in America, the land of freedom and opportunity. I am grateful that I feel safe in my daily life. I pray for our friends in Pulwama.”


Monday, January 28, 2019 12:00 AM

Frost champions unique program to reduce homeless & clean up American River Parkway

The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors is expected to vote on a new proposal to clean up the American River Parkway.
The plan, which will be voted on Tuesday, is to partner with employment nonprofit Pride Industries and hire homeless people to clean up the parkway.


Monday, January 28, 2019 12:00 AM

Sacramento County may soon employ the homeless to clean up the American River Parkway

Sacramento County may soon employ homeless residents to clean up trash and debris on the American River Parkway, as part of an agreement with local employment services provider PRIDE Industries.

“It’s not giving them a fish, it’s teaching them how to fish,” said Supervisor Sue Frost, who said the county has been in talks with PRIDE Industries for about a year.



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