K. Patrice Williams moved to Solano County over 20 years ago and lives in Fairfield with her son and husband. According to campaign materials, her goals as Supervisor are to effectively fund solutions to homelessness and build more affordable housing, repair streets and roads, and create a regional parks system for Solano County.
K. Patrice has worn many professional hats, including working a tech startup and as an attorney for low-income tenants facing eviction. Currently, she runs the employment consulting firm she founded. Her civic involvement also spans a range of issues: she served as public policy commissioner for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, volunteers with “Solano Seniors Count,” a group of citizens aiming to protect senior services, and founded the Solano County chapter of Black Women Organized for Political Action.
K. Patrice is challenging incumbent, Monica Brown, who has held the seat since 2016. K. Patrice Williams is the noteworthy progressive choice because of her proven commitment to marginalized communities and her vision for an economically empowered Solano County.
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