It's pretty interesting being bombarded with all these "endorsement questionnaires" by various politically active groups.
I think it's a good idea for most groups to refrain from endorsing any District 4 candidate until after the June election. That way, they only have to decide between two candidates. I'm guessing this is pretty unlikely, since the Marin GOP has already endorsed a candidate - but the way the system is currently set up makes it easy to understand why it is so difficult to challenge an incumbent.
I'd like to work with every one of the current candidates, as we each have something to contribute.
And I think we need at least seven supervisors, not five.
Probably not just my opinion.