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San Mateo CountyCandidate for Supervisor, District 2

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Cameron Rolfe

California Licensed Investigator
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Cameron's top priority is to tirelessly work with all County Department leaders to improve San Mateo County for all residents. He will do so in a non-partisan manner, without a political agenda.
  • Current affordable housing measures fail to consider essential details such as parking and infrastructure of already established individual communities, and must be amended in order to successfully meet the needs of both new and current residents.
  • Raising test scores can be accomplished when students are successful at focusing on learning and mastering content presented to them, which boosts their confidence and inspires them to achieve greatness.



Profession:CA licensed investigator/helicopter pilot
CA State licensed investigator, Self (1985–current)
Helicopter events pilot/docent, Hiller Aviation Museum (1998–current)


San Jose State University BS Broadcast Communications, Engineering, and Production, Television broadcasting (1978)

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Cameron Rolfe, Board of Supervisors candidate, provides five of his top priorities if he is elected to serve as your District 2 representative.

  • Two-minute childcare: I know obtaining quality childcare is a major stress item for many parents returning to work. My trident of childcare is that it must be professionally run, local in proximity to the parents' workplace, and economical in cost. I see many large office buildings with vacant office suites. A partnership between the county and these building owners to allow the repurposing of a vacant suite into a childcare facility would allow small businesses and office employees to have economical childcare, in many cases just steps sway - a 2-minute drive. Knowing your child is close by reduces a major stressor on both the parent and the child.
  • Education: We have lost too many teachers from the profession of education due to the lack of support, finances, and low wages afforded to them. Likewise, we have witnessed too many children who have lost the joy of learning. San Mateo County has so many agencies, commissions, and departments under its purview. I propose financing a mentoring program to area teenagers who would work directly with experts in already established fields of study the county supports, to expand their knowledge base, explore future career paths, and just have fun! Imagine, teens who are interested in veterinary science, fire science, law enforcement, the court system, vehicle maintenance, horticulture, aborist, or parks and recreation, can meet with county department employees learning new skills.
  • County community services 211 program: I want to establish a county-wide 211 phone service, providing 24-hours a day support if you have questions or problems and you don't have access to a computer or internet. Think of the 211 number as a direct connection to a research librarian helping you find information and services regarding mental health care, domestic abuse assistance, food, housing, childcare, or many other support services, connecting you to one of our fine San Mateo County facilities. 
  • Parcel tax: I am opposed to the current Board of Supervisors proposed parcel tax expected to be placed on the November ballot. We as a community are just now recovering from the emotional, fiscal, and physical effects of COVID, and this is just not the right time for exploring and levying even more taxation on our citizens.
  • Affordable housing: I support affordable housing. I would also like to see an increase in the percentage of below-market housing to more than the current suggested ten percent of any units being built. If developers want to build 100 homes, they must commit to more than the minimum of only ten affordable homes.

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— May 13, 2022 Cameron Rolfe, Candidate District 2

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