Robyn Stearns, District 1 supervisor candidate: Wildflower Cafe owner, former mayor of Exeter

Robyn Stearns, a lifelong resident of Exeter, is no stranger to hard work and knows the challenges facing small business owners. Owning and operating the Wildflower Cafe and then working in real estate for 18 years, she’s been self-employed her entire working life. Stearns, 61, has never worked for the County of Tulare, and she says this experience is a distinct advantage over the other two candidates in the District 1 race. Robyn Stearns District 1

Complementing her self-employment skills, Robyn has served as mayor of the City of Exeter and on its city council, been a member of the Tulare County Association Government’s board, and has lobbied elected officials in Washington, D.C., for federal highway funding. Key public outreach, she said, that demonstrates she has what it takes to be an effective supervisor. Robyn Stearns District 1

As the District 1 supervisor, Stearns promises to continue the tradition of regular meetings in Three Rivers to listen to local concerns. She describes herself as a tireless worker who can make a difference. Robyn Stearns District 1

Informed voters are the best voters so watch and listen to Robyn Stearns tell why she is running to be District 1’s next supervisor. Robyn Stearns District 1

Complementing her self-employment skills, Robyn has served as mayor of the City of Exeter and on its city council, been a member of the Tulare County Association Government’s board, and has lobbied elected officials in Washington, D.C., for federal highway funding. Key public outreach, she said, that demonstrates she has what it takes to be an effective supervisor. Complementing her self-employment skills, Robyn has served as mayor of the City of Exeter and on its city council, been a member of the Tulare County Association Government’s board, and has lobbied elected officials in Washington, D.C., for federal highway funding. Key public outreach, she said, that demonstrates she has what it takes to be an effective supervisor. the

 

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