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Monterey CountyCandidate for Supervisor, Supervisorial District 4

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Wini Chambliss

Retired Monterey County Administrator
1,647 votes (8.61%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • It is imperative to diligently pursue curtailing homelessness. It is our responsibility to provide immediate shelter and permanent low-income housing for those less fortunate while simultaneously assessing their needs.
  • Provide affordable housing to District 4 residents and ALL residents in Monterey County.
  • Short- and long-term water solutions for the Monterey Peninsula and Monterey County respectively.



Golden Gate University, San Francisco Executive Master of Arts, Public Administration (2009)
California State University - Monterey Bay Bachehlor of Arts, Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Psychology (2007)


Born and raised in Los Angeles, my husband and I mSupervisor, especially my 42-year marriageoved to the Monterey Peninsula in 1977 one week after getting married during a drought.  Water was not served in restaurants and toilet flushing was limited!  We lived in Pacific Grove five years and subsequently purchased a home in Seaside, where we have lived 37+ years.  I was elected as a Trustee to the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District Board of Education, serving for 10 years (seven as president).  My service on the Board of Education occurred during the tumultuous period of the closure of Ft. Ord, at that time the largest Army base in the nation.  The school district's budget and student enrollment decreased resulting in school closures, program and service reductions, certificated and classified personnel layoffs, litigation, marathon meetings, etc.  As President, I navigated the district through those dangerous waters along with my fellow Board members and staff.  I was employed at Hartnell College and the Monterey County Water Resources Agency in Administration.  At Hartnell College I was elected as President of the California School Employees Association and served for three years.  At the Water Resources Agency I served as liaison to the Board of Superisors; so, I am very familiar with the processes, procedures and activities of the Board of Superisors.  All of my experiences have prepared me to serve as Supervisor, especially my 42-year marriage, my six children and 10 grandchildren.

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