Paid for by Sol Jobrack for Stockton City Council |

Raised in Stockton, Sol Jobrack graduated from Bear Creek High School where he played baseball, football and wrestled. Growing up in Stockton, Sol’s life was enriched by his hometown community where he was active in church and volunteered with the neighborhood little league baseball organization.

Following graduation from Bear Creek High School, Sol attended San Joaquin Delta College before transferring to San Jose State University to pursue a degree in Political Science and Public Relations.

Graduating with honors and being named student of the year in his class, Sol’s passion and drive led him to further his education. Sol then attended the University of Southern California graduating with a Master’s degree in Public Administration with a focus on Public Policy finishing in the top ten percent of his class.

Sol is a Commercial Appraiser with the San Joaquin County Assessor’s Office. He serves on the Stockton Planning Commission as Vice-Mayor Elbert Holman’s appointee. On the Planning Commission, Sol has often been a voice for business, looking to find opportunities for new business to flourish in our community.

Sol and his wife Jessica, an elementary school teacher with Stockton Unified School District, proudly call Stockton home where they raise their two daughters, Ava Grace and Juliet Rose.

Keeping Our Neighborhoods Safe
I am proud to have the endorsement of Stockton Police Officers. They know that fighting crime will be my number one priority. As your councilmember I will hold the city accountable and ensure Measure A tax dollars are spent on new Police Officers.

Holding City Hall Accountable
Government should be efficient, always remembering that every dollar spent is your money. While the economy is improving, we need to strictly follow the bankruptcy exit plan and not over-extend ourselves.

Better Opportunities for Our Families
Stockton needs better paying jobs and more housing. A top priority will be to work with community stakeholders to ensure we have plenty of housing for all Stocktonians. I will also support any plan that increases opportunities for better paying jobs while not burdening taxpayers and consumers.

Stockton Police Officers Association
Stockton Professional Firefighters, Local 456
San Joaquin-Calaveras Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO
San Joaquin Building & Construction Trades Council
Tom Patti - San Joaquin County Supervisor
Kathy Miller - San Joaquin County Supervisor
Miguel Villapudua - San Joaquin County Supervisor
Chuck Winn - San Joaquin County Supervisor
Bob Elliot - San Joaquin County Supervisor
Michael Tubbs - Stockton Mayor
Elbert Holman - Stockton City Councilmember
Susan Lenz - Stockton City Councilmember
Susan Loftus - Stockton City Councilmember
Jesus Andrade - Stockton City Councilmember