Outgoing Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan endorsed Mike Kozlowski for her District 4 seat, Kozlowski’s campaign announced Tuesday.
Kozlowski will face Citrus Heights City Councilwoman Sue Frost in November after the two won the most votes in a five-candidate primary. The campaign announced an endorsement from Sacramento Metro Chamber’s political action committee, Metro-PAC, at the same time.
“Mike and I share a vision for protecting and enhancing the quality of life in Sacramento County,” MacGlashan said in a statement. “We agree that public safety must be the top priority for our County; people must be safe in their homes, schools, and workplaces.”
MacGlashan announced she wouldn’t seek re-election in September after more than a decade on the board.
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District 4 represents northern and eastern suburbs including Folsom, Citrus Heights, Antelope and Elverta. Kozlowski was previously endorsed by Region Business and the Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce.
The Sacramento Association of Realtors, Gun Owners of California and several Republican organizations have endorsed Frost. District 4 is the only supervisor district with more registered Republicans than Democrats.
Kozlowski, a Folsom resident, is an architect, businessman and Vista del Lago High School track and field coach. Elected to the Citrus Heights council in 2012, Frost is a retired mortgage lender and real estate business owner.