Lynda Hopkins is an organic farmer, small business owner, mother, author and former newspaper journalist.
Lynda is ready to work together with our community to address our most pressing issues and provide real transparency.
Help re-elect Lynda Hopkins to the Board of Supervisors by placing a campaign sign at your home or business, walking a precinct, phone banking, promoting her campaign on social media, or offering to host a meet-and-greet.
I support Lynda Hopkins because she understands the issues of the West County farming community, and she has the experience, leadership, intelligence, vision and energy needed to create real solutions. I respect her clarity; I trust her judgment; and I appreciate her warmth. I encourage you to join me in voting for Lynda Hopkins for District 5 Supervisor.
As a longtime Forestville resident and business owner, I am proud to support Lynda Hopkins for Supervisor. Lynda owns a small business herself and as a rural resident, knows we must fully embrace the ‘go local’ movement to sustain our small businesses and strengthen the local economies of our rural communities. Please join me – support Lynda Hopkins for Supervisor.
Lynda Hopkins is uniquely qualified to represent - and advocate for - the critical protection of our environment and natural resources as well as the primacy of agriculture as the life-blood of Sonoma County’s economy. As a dedicated organic farmer, she is committed to healthy soil and healthy food. As a mom, she cares about meeting the needs of all children in our county. As a brilliant leader, she is able to understand the complex problems in our region and help forge creative solutions.
Lynda Hopkins was elected to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors in November 2016, becoming West County’s first female Supervisor who joined Sonoma County’s first female majority on the Board of Supervisors when she took office in January 2017.
Since taking office as Sonoma County’s 5th District Supervisor, Lynda has sought to deliver for her constituents on the issues she campaigned on, from smoother roads and streets to affordable housing, homelessness, and adaptation to a changing climate, amongst other key policy priorities.
Supervisor Hopkins has worked on the issues that matter most while dealing with the unforeseen challenges we’ve faced: from floods and wildfires to the pandemic and cost-of-living challenges. Please read through this site to learn more about Lynda’s background and accomplishments as our 5th District Supervisor.