Dan Arriola is a Tracy School Board Trustee and a Deputy District Attorney for San Joaquin County. After graduating from West High School, Dan continued to pursue his education and graduated as the Political Science Valedictorian of UCLA in 2011 and as the Student Body President of USC Law School in 2014. When he is not advocating for justice in San Joaquin County, Dan is very active in the community and serves on a number of local boards and commissions. Dan founded the Young Professionals of Tracy, and he also sits on the Board of Directors for the Tracy Chamber of Commerce, and the One.TLC School for Homeless Children.
As a School Board Trustee, Dan has advocated for youth in our community and notably organized the first-ever Student Town Hall for Student Safety in the City of Tracy. Dan continues to fight for issues concerning our city’s youth including student engagement, school safety, diversity and equity rights, and the reformation of student disciplinary action.
Dan looks forward to continuing to support our community as a Tracy City Council Member.
Dotty Nygard is a Registered Nurse at Sutter Tracy, a long-time member of the Tracy community, an activist who has spent her life advocating on behalf of patients and families and most importantly a mother and grandmother.
Dotty is committed to working with the community to address the growing concerns around transportation, housing, lack of job opportunities and building a readily available trained workforce to meet the needs of the future.
"I understand that the role of a council member is to be a voice for all residents, to focus on the issues and to work with constituents in devising a plan that will address the needs of everyone in our community. We have work to do and that’s why I commit to listen, to share, and to build a bond of trust with all residents of Tracy. I look forward to your support in November and working with the community in the years to come."