National Candidate Category: House of Representatives
U.S. House, California, District 23:
Wendy Reed has spent 30 years in our district, engaging people in government processes and advocating for health, safety, and property rights with local, county, state and federal agencies. Reed holds a BA from CSU Bakersfield and a Master of Public Administration from CSU Northridge. She has been married 27 years to Wendal Reed and they have a grown son. Reed is a part-time Administrator of the local land conservancy, a charitable corporation she helped found in 2005.
With 30 years of community advocacy, engaging citizens, and service on regional committees, Reed will work to:
- Restore self-government by getting big money out of politics,
- Bring resources to our district, and
- Protect the rights and programs our ancestors fought to provide for us.
Essential Resources For Our District
Safe infrastructure, good health care, and community safety programs are necessities not luxuries. Our district deserves a strong advocate for the priorities of real people!
Economy And The Environment
Strong economies protect the resources on which people and businesses rely. Reed will work to update our water infrastructure, and our oil and agricultural technologies. It’s not an economy if you can’t drink the water.
Ethics In Government
Many times in our history, Americans have had to hit the reset button to vote out representatives who sell their influence for campaign contributions. Reed represents us. She isn’t for sale.
Equality And Education
An economy of opportunity is founded on equal treatment under the law and access to education. Reed will protect these foundational principles of american prosperity and security..