Tim Robertson is not a politician. As head of the North Valley Labor Federation, he fights for workers of all political stripes. Rather than pick fights over things that divide us, Tim works with his members, local legislators, and community leaders to find common ground, focus on real solutions, and enact common-sense policies to create an economy that provides opportunity for everyone.
As a member of three county-wide Workforce Development Boards and a Stanislaus County executive committee, Tim is working to develop an economic growth plan, create jobs, expand technical and skilled education opportunities for local students, and build sustainable job growth with good wages and health care.
Tim is an elected member of the Keyes Community Services District Board, where he’s gained first-hand knowledge of the challenges to meeting the water needs of the Valley. He’ll fight in Sacramento for our fair share of funding for water storage projects and clean water programs, and oppose transferring our water to Southern California.
Community service and expanding educational opportunity are core to his values. Tim serves on the United Way Boards of Stanislaus and Merced Counties and works with local school boards to connect students to career technical education.