Charles Stone

Charles Stone

Keeping Us Safe

Friends,


The pandemic recovery is underway and San Mateo County residents have done their part. Fully 90% of those aged 16+ are vaccinated. If you have not already been vaccinated, please visit San Mateo County Health to make an appointment. While we’re entering a new phase of this once-in-a-century pandemic, the emerging variants remind us we must be vigilant. The county has recently updated mask rules applying to county facilities. Let’s keep keeping each other safe.


Many of you know I am running for San Mateo County District 2 Supervisor. I’m running to keep all our communities safe, vibrant and working for all. As our current health emergency continues to twist and turn, we cannot forget that unpredictable weather patterns, extreme drought, and prolonged fire seasons mean that no community is immune from the effects of COVID, severe heatwaves and fire danger. As your supervisor I’ll remain laser focused on fire prevention, emergency response and disaster preparedness. To help protect your family, home and community from fire, check out San Mateo County’s new Zonehaven tool and sign up for SMC Alert.


I am humbled and thankful for the support I’ve received from first responders, educators, and neighbors like you. Most recently, I am proud to announce our campaign has raised over $100,000. This incredible momentum and support from community members from all walks of life and diverse backgrounds during these challenging times means the world to me. It’s time to keep spreading our message of safe and vibrant communities for all. If you have not contributed or can contribute again, please make a contribution today. Please consider adding your name as an endorser. We cannot do this without you and your grassroots efforts.


Please join our growing coalition by contributing today and/or adding your name as an endorser.


Onward,

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“Charles is a collaborative listener and leader, and a great public servant. He’ll never stop working to ensure all of our communities are safe.” — Retired San Mateo Fire Chief Mike Keefe

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