#2 ONLY Candidate to make the cut for Trailblazers.
Excerpted from an Email I received recently:
Good morning. I am excited to announce more positive news for the campaign.
The Political Action Committee of the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, the largest local chamber in Assembly District 6, has unanimously endorsed our campaign. I am honored to have the support of this important group. Please see the news release pasted below.
Also, California Trailblazers, an influential program to train and support up-and-coming Republican leaders, has awarded our campaign its “Pathfinder Status” — the only candidate in the Assembly District 6 race to be recognized. Click here to see the California Trailblazers news release.
While we are building momentum, I remain focused on raising the money necessary to be successful in the June 7 primary. As we close out February, we are trying to hit some key fundraising goals. I would greatly appreciate any contribution of any size you could make online today.
Below is an invitation to my next fundraising event, coming up on March 9 and hosted by DF Properties and Denio’s Farmers Market in Roseville I hope you can join us.
Thank you again for your interest and support!
Roseville Chamber PAC Endorses Small Business Owner Bill Halldin for Assembly
ROSEVILLE – The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee has unanimously endorsed longtime local small business owner Bill Halldin (R-Rocklin) for the 6th Assembly District, which includes South Placer County and parts of Sacramento and El Dorado counties.
The Roseville Area Chamber is the largest local chamber in the 6th District. Assembly District 6 is currently represented by Beth Gaines, who is not seeking re-election due to term limits.
“Bill was the unanimous choice of our Board because of his broad experience in business and his commitment to bring real reforms to California,” said Kirk Taber, Chairman of the Roseville Area Chamber’s PAC. “Bill has proven himself as a local business owner for nearly 17 years and his passion for serving our community. He has the skills to represent and bring strong leadership for our region at the Capitol.”
Bill’s firm, Halldin Public Relations, has been recognized over 20 times for innovative and outstanding work by the Sacramento Public Relations Association. It was also named one of the 100 fastest-growing businesses in the Greater Sacramento area by theSacramento Business Journal. Bill was selected as Business Person of the Year by the Rocklin Chamber of Commerce for his commitment to excellence and is a past recipient of William Jessup University’s Faith & Service Award.
Bill currently serves as a Trustee for Sierra College and on the board of a number of civic organizations, including Blue Line Arts, the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Sacramento Region Feed My Starving Children MobilePack Steering Committee and the Sierra College Foundation. He is a past chairman of the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce and the William Jessup University Community Relations Council.
“I appreciate the support of the Chamber’s PAC and the local business community as I work to represent the people of Roseville and the rest of Assembly District 6,” Halldin said. “As a business owner, I understand the challenges businesses face and will work to reduce the overregulation that is killing jobs and forcing many to relocate to other states.”
The Roseville Area Chamber’s PAC is the second business PAC to make an endorsement in Assembly District 6. The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce PAC also chose Bill Halldin.
Bill and his wife, Susan, live in Rocklin and are the parents of two children, Kathryn, 18, a freshman at Wheaton College, and Michael, an 8th grade student at Spring View Middle School in Rocklin..
To learn more about Bill, please visit: www.BillHalldin.com.
Election Day is closer than you think! We need help to ensure a victory in the June 7 primary.
We have recently updated our “Get Involved” site. Please sign up — or update your sign up — to volunteer, endorse Bill, donate or host an event. We are currently scheduling informal coffees at homes throughout the district — a great chance to invite your friends of meet Bill.
District 6 stretches from South Placer to Orangevale, Fair Oaks and Folsom in Sacramento County and El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park and Latrobe in El Dorado County. Click here to see a detailed map of the district.