Siskiyou County 2016 Campaign Spending Revealed!
State FPPC Investigating Crystal Geyser, "No on Measure H" Group
The Siskiyou Forward Movement
To take political action in support of a sustainable local economy, thriving community and responsible environmental stewardship.
Follow the money trail - check out the campaign spending reports for Siskiyou County's 2016 Elections!
Weed, CA – The California Fair Political Practices Commission’s Enforcement Division (FPPC) has begun a full investigation into a complaint that Crystal Geyser Water Company and the “Committee for a Strong Siskiyou Economy, No on Measure H” violated campaign finance rules during the November 2016 election.
This Political Action Committee is about setting a positive, forward thinking vision of Siskiyou County’s future. We are an alliance of business owners, community groups and others dedicated to making sure our children can remain and thrive here.
We have abundant assets – rivers, forests, clean air, fertile soil, resilient people and many opportunities for outdoor recreation and healthy lifestyles. Yet this county ranks 55th out of California’s 58 counties in median income. “Business as usual” has failed. It’s time for something different.
Siskiyou County already has many examples of sustainable businesses and locally sourced products and services. To support healthy communities and robust economies, we must upgrade technologies to connect new well paying ventures with worldwide knowledge markets, working from the comfort of our homes and businesses. We must encourage, not disparage visitors from far and wide who come here to recharge and revitalize. We want affordable, quality lives, and time to go outside with our families.
The Siskiyou Forward Movement PAC raises money and organizes around candidates and ballot measures affecting Siskiyou County, California. We help drive inclusive public discussion and put our time, money and effort towards making real solutions happen.
We hold core values: respect for the environment, honesty, integrity, social justice, community building and of course art, music and fun.