the June 2014 primary election, residents of Atwater,
Beachwood-Franklin, McSwain, and northwest Merced
will be voting for their District 3 representative
on the Merced County Board of Supervisors.
was asked to run for the Board of Supervisors by community
members who are concerned for the future of Merced
leadership skills developed as an elected Merced City
Council member, a Chief of Police, coach, and life-long
resident of Merced County offer a unique skill set
to the Board of Supervisors in overcoming the tough
all its challenges, Merced County also has many assets
that make it a great place to live and raise a family.
If elected to the Board of Supervisors, I look forward
to building on those strengths.
Every person has a role in making their community a
better place. I intend to make Merced County a better
place as a member of your Board of Supervisors.
website was developed to inform the public about
my background, values, and goals as a potential
Merced County Supervisor.
I welcome questions, and I can be contacted
through this website or at 209-658-7457.
Anthony “Tony” Dossetti
Candidate for Merced County Board of Supervisors