We’ve lived in Yolo County for our entire adult lives, in Davis and then rural Woodland, graduating from UCD and now raising our young family here. So it’s extremely important to us to continue to have an effective and talented district attorney like Jeff Reisig, someone who represents voters of all stripes in Yolo County.
Out of 58 counties in the state, Jeff’s DA’s office was only the second after San Francisco to start a restorative justice program to divert low level misdemeanors out of the courts. Yolo County was actually the very first to have a full day of training on implicit bias provided by Mark Katrikh of the Museum of Tolerance out of Los Angeles, in an effort to reduce the harmful impact of stereotypes in our court system. And the Yolo DA’s office has been working tirelessly on such issues as homelessness, addiction, mental health, environmental protection, promoting multiculturalism, and more.
On the other hand, Jeff diligently prosecutes serious crimes, preventing murderers, child molesters, and violent gang members from doing any further harm to our communities. He has the vigorous support of every police association in Yolo County (Davis, Woodland, Winters, and West Sacramento), as well as the Yolo County Deputy District Attorneys Association. He listens carefully to the victims of crime, gives them a voice, and tries to make them whole again.
He has received the endorsement of prominent elected officials on the left and the right, including Bill Dodd, Jim Nielsen, Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, Lois Wolk, Matt Rexroad, Duane Chamberlain, Dan Wolk, and many others. Turns out, with Jeff Reisig, you can have it all.
ROB and ALLISON OLSON