History in Brief
Lindsy Judd is a mom of two with her Bachelors in Economics. She started working with at risk kids in 2000. After graduating high school, she gave back by becoming a school board member. In the education system, Lindsy has been an administrator, teacher and tutor. Lindsy also worked on a family farm where she advocated for food security and the slow food movement. Her passion for economic justice leads her to join with local groups to fight hunger and end homelessness. As an active member of our community, Lindsy understands the difficulties Washoe families face.
During my ride along with TMFPD, my team responded to 6 calls, maintained 12 hydrants, and kept up with daily business. I was impressed with the care and love our first responders put into our community.
Washoe County Sheriff’s Deputies Association Endorsed- "The Washoe County Sheriff Deputies Association (WCSDA) is inspired and impressed with Lindsy Judd's campaign ambition. But more than that we are humbled by her willingness to have meaningful conversations about appropriately staffing the Sheriff's Office and addressing our public safety concerns."
Nevada Conservation League Endorsed- “ We believe Lindsy Judd is ready to help balance the needs of a growing economy while preserving the quality of life of Washoe County’s residents.”
Our community is growing and feels pressure to develop rural areas. We can follow the guidelines set out by the masterplan without compromising. We can have better schools, more RTC routes, and modern water systems.
The 2017 fire season was the worst we've seen in the last 15 years. Let's ensure that our communities are getting the support they need to fight fires.
Our community has a unique rural identity that should be protected and maintained. Our ranchers, farmers, and indigenous peoples deserve respect for the heritage they keep alive.
Here are a few photos from around town.
Canvassing in Rural Washoe County.
Talking with voters from Western Washoe County.
Pictured below: Community meetings from all over the county about developments where residents didn't feel heard or included in the conversation about how their neighborhoods should grow. Many of the proposals have the same complaints and only recently has the planning commission started looking at aggregate proposals.
Indepth walkabout with Actionn seeking solutions to homelessness
Council member McKenzie talks about effluent being the biggest challenge to development in the North Valleys.
At a Protect Public Lands discussion with neighbors from district 5.
We celebrate Earth day at Idlewild.
Here are a few screenshots of what people are saying on social media.
LTE in RGJ about Housing First
Volunteering with the Washoe Democratic Party
Rally for Climate Change with Moms Clean Air Force and Organize For Action (OFA)
At Sen. Heller's office with Moms Clean Air Force.
Headshot from VoteRunLead's Run As You Are conference. Thanks to MXK8 Designs
Another shot from Run As You Are; I'm asking a question about rural voters.
My husband, son and myself with Moms Clean Air Force for a meeting at Sen. Heller's office.
At The Charlottesville vigil the community came together.