The Marin Democratic Party
is pleased to announce our endorsements for the
Primary Election on March 3, 2020

Congressional District 2:         Jared Huffman

Assembly District 10:               Marc Levine

Supervisor District 2:               Katie Rice

Supervisor District 3:               Stephanie Moulton-Peters

Supervisor District 4:               Dennis Rodoni

Mill Valley City Council:           Urban Carmel and Max Perrey

Ross Town Council:                 Elizabeth Brekhus

    Charles William (“Bill”) Kircher, Jr.  

Measure C:                               YES

Measure D:                               NO

Measure I:                                 YES

Supervisor District 3
Stephanie Moulton-Peters
Supervisor District 4
Dennis Rodoni
Mill Valley City Council
Urban Carmel
Ross Town Council
Elizabeth Brekhus
Mill Valley City Council
Max Perrey
Ross Town Council
Charles William (“Bill”) Kircher, Jr.

Scroll down to view information about each candidate and Measure D


Stephanie Moulton – Supervisor District 3

Even as the pace of things around us continues to increase, our communities still have the feel of small towns. These qualities are worth preserving. Much of what we appreciate about living here is due to prior vision, thoughtful planning, and diligence. Now it’s our turn to put the next steps into place.

I’m inspired to bring people together, ask questions, and solve problems. As a three term City Council Member and four-year Board Chair of the County Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM) I have an appreciation for the nuts and bolts, a track record of getting things done, and an understanding of how communities can benefit from county-level support.

I have loved serving our community and look forward to working together as your Supervisor.


Urban Carmel – Mill Valley City Council

As a long-time resident of Mill Valley, a community leader, a husband and a father, I have dedicated himself to serving his community wherever the need arose. When my children were young, I coached and led the Mill Valley Soccer Club and Little League. And when their schools needed a member for their site council, I gladly stepped up.

I have also served as President for the Mill Valley Library Foundation, Building and Grounds Co-Chair for the West Point Inn and, currently, as Chair of the Mill Valley Planning Commission.

Now, with endorsements from 19 former Mill Valley mayors and hundreds of community members, I’m running for City Council to give back to the community that has given so much to us.

Please visit my website,, to learn more.


Max Perrey – Mill Valley City Council

Even before I was old enough to vote, I volunteered for the Marin Democratic Party, at the California Democratic Party’s Convention, and with Students for Barack Obama, receiving the 2008 Marin Democratic Party Youth Award. Now over a decade later, after serving on the City of Mill Valley’s Emergency Preparedness Commission, as Co-Chair of Sustainable Mill Valley, and as Chair of the Sierra Club Marin Group, and on the Board of Directors of MarinKids, I’m running for City Council.

My priorities are to address climate change, prepare for emergencies, and support our local small businesses. I also want to raise the minimum wage, ban flavored tobacco products targeting our kids, partner with our schools and tackle housing affordability and traffic. I am honored to receive the endorsement of the Marin Democratic Party, Sierra Club, North Bay Labor Council, Mill Valley Firefighters and Police, Mill Valley Community Action Network and Access4Bikes along with State Controller Betty Yee, Insurance Commissioner (Former) Dave Jones, Congressmember Jared Huffman, State Senator Mike McGuire, Marin County Assessor Shelly Scott, and countless local Mill Valley leaders in the environment, emergency preparedness, local business and schools communities.

I look forward to earning your vote. | | (415) 450-0774


Charles William (“Bill”) Kircher, Jr. – Ross Town Council

I am an attorney (Stanford Law School) with broad-based experience in state and local government. I currently teach a Constitutional rights class at Stanford, and I serve as a general partner of an investment partnership that owns and develops commercial properties in other parts of California. I am a former Assistant United States Attorney (Los Angeles), and before that I was a legislative aide to Bay Area State Senator Arlen Gregorio (D San Mateo) and a consultant to a California State Senate Committee.

I believe my knowledge of government and experience as a problem solver would be helpful in addressing both local and regional issues, including emergency preparedness, flood control, and wildfire prevention. I hope to bring new ideas to the Town Council and to encourage our youth to become more involved in issues that will affect them in the future.

I am honored to be endorsed by Marin Democrats and the Marin Independent Journal and to be recommended by the Marin Women’s Political Action Committee.