Dan Monte, 2018. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal)

Dan Monte, 2018. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) 

By Dan Monte

An economist might say California’s housing supply and demand curves are out of whack. What this means is that the private market is not building for the vast majority of us. Folks are telling me on the campaign trail that they are being forced out of their homes with no viable alternatives in their communities. The threat of eviction should not be a fear in the richest state in the union. However, because of legislative missteps and inaction, that is an all too prevalent reality. As a candidate for state Assembly, I pledge to provide all Californians the right to safe and affordable housing, regardless of their income.


The Healthy California Act, Senate Bill 562, which passed our Senate in June, would have “created a program to provide comprehensive universal single-payer health care coverage and a health care cost control system for the benefit of all residents of the state.” Shamefully, our state Assembly refused to even read the bill. They failed the people of California, leaving us with a dysfunctional health care system.

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Dan Montes first interview on Sonoma Radio 

Dan Monte's newest interview on 4-18-2018 on KSVY’s Program, Hey Neighbor!

The Environmental Forum of Marin 2017 Lecture Series presents: The Twin Tunnels and SF Waterways: Where's the Balance? Filmed March 8, 2017.

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Peter B Collins interviews Dan Monte, candidate running on the November 2018 ballot for the CA 10th Assembly District.

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