SANTA CLARA COUNTY – Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager has dually endorsed Susan Ellenberg and Don Rocha in the race to replace him on the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, District Four.
“Susan Ellenberg and Don Rocha are both incredibly thoughtful and qualified candidates,” said Yeager. “District Four residents would be well-served by either of them as their representative.”
Don Rocha is a San Jose City Councilmember and former Cambrian School Board Trustee who has spent many years improving the lives of residents living in District Four.
“I have worked alongside Don on issues affecting both the City and the County, such as the potential development of the Cambrian Park Plaza and matters of public health,” said Yeager. “I appreciate his dedication to serving all of the residents in his district, including listening to the concerns of those living in unincorporated pockets.”
Susan Ellenberg is a San Jose Unified School District Trustee and appointed member of the Santa Clara County Commission on the Status of Women whose career has been dedicated to serving the needs of children and families.
“Susan’s experience in the education sector, promoting diversity, advocating for women, and making safer spaces for children give her unique insight into the needs of the people the County serves,” said Yeager. “Her passion, vision, and genuine care make her a committed advocate for the residents of District Four.”
While Yeager enthusiastically supports Susan Ellenberg and Don Rocha with his endorsement, he also recognizes the strong, conscientious campaigns of former Campbell City Councilmember Jason Baker and Santa Clara City Councilmember Dominic Caserta.