In the November 2014 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 honored to win the June 2014 primary, receiving
the most votes in a four-candidate field.
have prepared all my life to acquire the skills which
would add value to our Board of Supervisors and bring
immediate change to our region. Those skills have
been developed as an elected Merced City Council member,
a Chief of Police, teacher, coach, and co-owner of
a small business which secures grants for organizations
in Merced County.
finished college, while holding down full time employment.
I hold a Master’s Degree in Public Administration
from CSU Stanislaus.
hired, trained and supervised full time employees
for more than 25 years.
have volunteered time to this community via service
clubs, boards and commissions.
am a native of Merced County, born and raised in the
District 3 area.
have earned the support of teachers, business owners,
labor, public safety, and local elected representatives.
have a proven record of job creation. In my
first two years on the Merced City Council,
Merced’s unemployment rate was lowered
by 3.6% and 1,700 more people have jobs.
you are ready for a leader who can demonstrate
results, I would appreciate your vote. I welcome
questions, and I can be contacted through this
website or at 209-658-7457.
Mark Anthony “Tony” Dossetti
Candidate for Merced County Board of Supervisors
Plan for District 3
Focus on JOBS; especially at Castle
Improve water and road infrastructure
Streamline County services
Ensure oversight of a budget that
exceeds $460 million
Protect public safety; work with Sheriff
to advocate for new jail facility