WYLIE WINS CITY COUNCIL 2022
A Voice for South Vacaville
Voters re-elected JEANETTE WYLIE to serve
as District 6 Councilmember
for a 4 year term!
Unofficial results from the Solano County Registrar of Voters
show Wylie with 2,284 votes, a margin of over 430 votes
in the November 8th election.
"Thank you to all the Volunteers who worked on the campaign in the last several months, and thanks to all the Voters who returned their ballots.
I am looking forward to continuing my service on the Vacaville City Council for the next four years!"--Jeanette Wylie
I'm Jeanette Wylie and I'm running to retain my seat on the Vacaville City Council in the District 6. I was elected in November 2020 to represent the residents south of Alamo and east of Peabody. On our 7-member Council, I work hard to keep informed of issues affecting Vacaville and especially their impact on District 6. Through virtual meetings in 2021 and the first quarter of 2022, I have listened to all sides of each issue, received feedback from residents, and voted after careful consideration. Now during meetings in the Council Chambers, I continue to be prepared by reading the Agenda materials prior to the meeting, listening to input from residents, fellow Council members, and staff. Then I weigh all sides prior to voting for what I think will be the best for District 6 AND the city of Vacaville.
Residents in District 6 want a full-service city with neighborhood parks, affordable housing, transportation routes that accommodate increased building and great schools. I have been actively involved with groups across Vacaville and attended events to learn more about all aspects of our town.
Our city government must be open, transparent, and responsive to the needs of our citizens. We must attract and retain businesses which add value to our residents and provide well-paying jobs for our residents. We need a variety of housing with price points that are attainable to the workforce, young families, and seniors. I'm asking for you to Vote Wylie for City Council in November--or earlier on your Absentee Ballot.
I am ready to continue serving you.
I am honored to have earned the endorsement of a wide variety of groups and individuals including Labor, Civic Groups, and District 6 residents.
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Congressman Mike Thompson
Congressman John Garamendi
Senator Bill Dodd
Assembly Member Lori Wilson
Councilmember Jason Roberts
Councilmember Michael Silva
Councilmember Nolan Sullivan
SCOE Supt. Lisette Estrella-Henderson
SCOE Board President Teresa Lavell
SCOE Board Member Dana Dean
SCOE Board Member Ginger Dunn
TUSD Board Member Riitta DeAnda
VUSD Board Member, Kelly Welsh
Fairfield Mayor, Harry Price
Napa-Solano Central Labor Council
Napa-Solano Building Trades
Operating Engineers #3
Napa-Solano Plumbers and Steamfitters 343
Teamsters Local 315
LiUNA! Laborers 324
Carpenters Local 180
Iron Workers Local 378
Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers Local 3
Solano Co. Democratic Central Committee
Vacaville Teachers Association
Solano Co. Orderly Growth Committee
Northern Solano Democratic Club
Stonewall Democratic Club of Solano
District 6 Residents
Eileen Coll-Gieg, retired Travis Teacher
Nancy Adams, retired Travis Teacher
Diana Corbitt, retired Travis Teacher
Emely Jordan, retired Travis Teacher
Shari Herout, Travis Teacher
Cristina Martinez, Travis Teacher
Melanie Green, Travis Teacher
Doug Green, Solano Comm. College
Deb Andres, Travis Teacher
Kris Corey, FF-Suisun Superintendent
Alice Fried, Author
Joan -Marquand Willse
Rev. (retired) Robert Willse
Friends , Family & Vacaville Residents
Sharon Hafez, retired Travis Teacher
Julie Kekoa, retired Travis Teacher
Laurie Munoz, Travis Teacher
Jade Staples, former Travis Teacher
Gary Craig, former TUSD Board Member
Mary Vasquez, Chair, Parks & Rec Commission
Margie Olson, Past Chair, SCDCC
Dave and Karen Avery
Dr. Bonnie Hamilton
Mona Jacoves Whitney