Doriss Panduro, 37, is a resident of Fairfield’s newly-created District 5. As an active participant in Fairfield’s diverse community, Doriss will offer a passionate, new perspective on a council that has not seen a new face in over six years. Doriss supports a community free from racial or gender bias. Preventing crime & compassionate community policing are Doriss’s priorities.

My Vision

A Good Education & Youth Programs

Our young people deserve a community that embraces quality education, available childcare and programs that enrich the lives of our families and our children.

A Community Free of Racial or Gender Bias

Black lives matter, and so do the lives of every human being who as been degraded based on the color of their skin, race, gender or sexual orientation. Our community needs to deal with the issue of racism openly and honestly.

Preventing Crime & Compassionate Community Policing

Crime in Fairfield is not going away. We need to work with the community and the Fairfield Police Department to establish ways to deal effectively with crime while at the same time recognizing we are all human beings.

Homelessness is Out of Control & Rents are Soaring

Fairfield’s homeless population is growing and old ways of getting people off the streets are not working. At the same time, rents are skyrocketing. These are issues that must be addressed NOW in our community.

Doriss Panduro’s Proud Record of Service to the Fairfield Community

Doriss believes in giving back to the community in which she lives … to improve residents’ quality of life. Here’s a listing of some of the volunteer activities that have prepared her for becoming a leader on the Fairfield City Council:

• At Large Member – Solano Commission for Women and Girls
• Past Board Member, The Matt Garcia Foundation
• Past President and Current Board Member,
Solano Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
• Mentor to Students, Solano Community College Puente Program
• Commissioner, City of Fairfield Community Resources Commission
• Community Member, Solano Community College Citizens Bond
Oversight Committee
• Board Member, Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs (APAPA) –
Solano County Chapter


Organization Endorsements

SEIU 1021

Napa-Solano Central Labor Council 

Napa-Solano Building & Construction Trades

Black Women Organized for Political Action (BWOPA) Napa-Solano 

Solano County Democratic Central Committee

Stonewall Democrat Club of Solano County 

Northern-Solano Democratic Club

Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce 

Solano County Orderly Growth Committee 

Fairfield Police Officers’ Association

Fairfield Employees’ Association

Fairfield Professional Firefighters’ Association

Fairfield General Managers’ Association

Fairfield Police Managers’ Association

The Time is Ya 

Labor Affiliates

Sheetmetal workers local 104

Bricklayers Local 3

Iron Workers Local 378

Operating Engineers Local 3

LiUNA Laborers Local 324



State Senator Bill Dodd 

State Assemblymember Jim Frazier

Fairfield Mayor Harry Price 

Fairfield Vice Mayor Pam Bertani

Fairfield City Councilmember Chuck Timm 

Fairfield City Councilmember Rick Vacarro 

Suisun City Mayor Lori Wilson 

Suisun City Mayor Pro Tem Wanda Williams

Solano County Sheriff Tom Ferrara 

Solano County Supervisor Erin Hannigan 

Lisette Estrella-Henderson, Solano County Superintendent of Schools

David Isom, FSUSD School Board Trustee

Quinten Voyce, Solano Community College Board Trustee 

“I’m impressed with Doriss’s passion for community service and her approach to problem solving. She’ll make an excellent city councilwoman for Fairfield.”California Assemblymember Jim Frazier

“Doriss Panduro is passionate about serving the Fairfield community and always ready and willing to help people in need. I recommend her highly for election to the Fairfield City Council and believe she will be a strong voice for our residents.”Fairfield Mayor Harry Price