Brian Dahle is a husband, father, farmer, small business owner and a 3rd generation Californian dedicated to being the loudest advocate for the hardworking, taxpaying citizens of our state in Sacramento. Brian and his wife Megan live in Northern California in Lassen County with their three children.
Brian has been honored to serve hardworking Californians for more than 20 years—first serving on the Lassen County Board of Supervisors before being elected to represent California’s First Assembly District in 2012. For more than two decades, Brian has remained a principled voice and an unwavering advocate for the people he represents.
Some politicians at the State Capitol act as if their actions don’t have real world consequences. It’s time to put the people first and fix California’s problems. Policy. Not partisan politics.
The Dahle family story doesn’t begin with Brian Dahle. It starts generations before his election to the California Assembly in 2012. In 1929, a World War I veteran by the name of Norman Dahle drew a homestead in Northern California where he began farming potatoes and grain. Eighty-eight years later, his grandson, Brian Dahle, continues the Dahle family heritage as a farmer in northern California.
Unfortunately, like so many other California small business owners, the Dahle’s recognize the tremendous threat posed by a one-party controlled state government, an endless stream of new and increasingly aggressive regulations and never-ending escalation in taxes. Brian entered politics 21 years ago, serving on the Board of Supervisors in Lassen County where he led the fight to balance the county budget.
After serving the people of Lassen County for over a decade, he was elected to serve the people of District 1 in 2012. AD 1 is the largest geographic Assembly district in the state covering 25,000 square miles.
For as long as Brian is called to serve in elected office he will be a fearless advocate for the hardworking, taxpaying citizens and small business owners.