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Elk Grove councilwoman Sophia Scherman to run for Lodi-Galt Assembly seat

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Sophia Scherman

Posted: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 10:53 am

Elk Grove City Councilwoman Sophia Scherman has announced that she is running for the new 9th Assembly District seat that extends from Lodi and Galt to South Sacramento.

Scherman, a Republican, is a charter member of the Elk Grove City Council, which incorporated as a city in 2000. She was mayor in 2004 and 2010. Now she says she wants to become an Assemblywoman to fight for fiscal responsibility, preservation of agricultural land in Lodi, Galt and south Elk Grove, preventing illegal immigration and making higher education more affordable.

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