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City of SacramentoCandidate for City Council, Council District 3

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Adrianne Gonzales

925 votes (9.8%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Homelessness
  • Safety
  • Housing



California State University, Sacramento Bachelor of Science, Public Health (current)


I was born and raised in the city of Sacramento. My upbringing consisted of years spent in the Sacramento Foster Youth until I was eventually adopted. At the age of 2,  I almost lost my life to gun violence here in Sacramento. The trauma of this event is one reason why I am passionate about running for City Council in District 3. Safety for all, especially our youth must be a priority. There must be crime prevention strategies implemented to reduce the amount of violence experienced in our city.  I advocate for gun violence prevention.

I have worked for not-for-profit organizations in the Sacramento area including Sutter Health and Dignity Health. I graduated from Sacramento State with a bachelor’s degree in Public Health where I studied what protects and promotes the health of people and the communities in which they live. I volunteered at Wind Youth Services to help homeless youth in my early adulthood. I am actively involved in the community by participating in neighborhood clean-ups, attending community events with my children, and participating in the Twin Rivers School District.  

My husband Skyler and I raise our three children in the Gardenland neighborhood.  I am a dedicated mother of three. When COVID-19 started to affect my oldest child's education, I knew it was time to act. I supported my family during such a chaotic time, which provided the stability and normalcy we needed. The impact COVID-19 continues to have on my family, just like so many others in our district is another reason why I am passionate about running for City Council. I understand that it is important to protect families and provide resources especially during chaotic times. The city of Sacramento deserves to have an individual who understands the needs of the community and will advocate for those needs.  

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