Help get the word out!

Help us get the word out about our campaign to our friends and family! Share or text any or all of these examples:


Hi Friend! I am a volunteering for Maureen Mulheren, candidate for Mendocino Board of Supervisors, District 2.

Maureen was born and raised in Ukiah and is raising her family here. She has a life-long history of community involvement, is a former county employee, a small business owner, and currently serves on the Ukiah City Council. She is running because she wants to bring her experience in local government and can-do attitude to the Board of Supervisors to address our biggest challenges head-on including homelessness, housing, disaster preparedness and resiliency, and protecting our natural resources.

Here is a link to her Facebook page so you can "like" it and follow the race: In the March Primary we can literally win by one vote so I want to make sure you turn in your ballot in February, they are due by March 3 ( Even if you don't live in her district, you can still support Maureen by adding your name to the list of people who support the campaign. To make endorsing easier here is a link to her website: You can also sign up here to receive a bumper sticker or volunteer. By liking and sharing her posts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or telling people about her website you let more people know about the campaign and why you support her as our next Second District Supervisor. A SHARE or RETWEET takes only seconds but the reach goes county wide AND it is free! Find Mo on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @Mo4Mendo

Thank you so much, we appreciate you! Don't forget to Vote Mo! March 3, 2020!

Here's to a happy, healthy, successful 2020!



Help by joining Team Mo!
Phone Banking at the Union Hall, 655 Kings Court - 2/20, 2/25 5:30-7pm
Door knocking meets at Union Hall, 655 Kings Court 2/22, 2/29 9:30am-noon
Anytime from your sofa: call/text/email your friends, share on social media why you are supporting the Mo4Mendo campaign!
Have friends call or text Mo at 707-391-3664 to discuss the issues
CLICK HERE to make a donation to the Mo4Mendo campaign



Write a letter to the editor to let the community know you support my campaign! Here are some great recent examples:


In 2017 when the project now known as Building Bridges was before the Ukiah City Council Maureen came to the shelter to get a tour to better understand the project before making her decision. Since then Mo has been active in engaging with the staff and the guests at Building Bridges and stops by often to drop off some of the various things the Shelter needs. Homelessness is not a one solution fits all problem in our community, or any other community for that matter, we need someone that is going to meet with neighbors, residents and business owners to work on solutions. When the Ukiah Police Department had to come up with a plan to vacate a growing encampment on Airport Road Mo met with me to make sure that there was communication between advocates and law enforcement. There are tough conversations on the plate around homelessness and Mo is ready to tackle them and hit the ground running as a Supervisor. I support Maureen "Mo" Mulheren as our next Second District Supervisor.

-Tony Lee Marsh, Ukiah

From Facebook: As most of you have seen and read lately Mo and I have had some heart felt discussions about the homeless situation in Ukiah. Some people have commented to me that I have really called Mo out. This is not my intention, it's passion and frustration. Let me say first and foremost that I'm voting for Mo. I believe that Mo and I want the same thing we just see a different way to get there. I have read Mo's opponent's statements on the homeless and do not believe their idea's will solve this issue. Whatever you say about Mo the one thing you can count on is she will answer your questions and is available to the public, unlike most who ask for our vote, I found out yesterday that Jim Brown chairs the Ad-Hoc Committee for the homeless in Ukiah. We need to direct our complaints and views to him. Mo is taking the hits because she is trying and available. Sometimes our strengths can be our weaknesses. I apologized to Mo because my complaints should be directed at all five council members. It is time for us (community) to show up at a council meeting and voice our concern, it's our town that's on the line.

- Todd Shapmire, Sr.

Email letters to the editor:

Anderson Valley Advertiser

Ukiah Daily Journal

The Mendocino Voice

The Press Democrat