Category Archives: Candidate News

20 Feb
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Xavier Fights for our Health Care

Along with our friends like Equality California and Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California, SEIU California represents people who rely heavily on prescription drugs. We worked hard last year to ensure that pricing is transparent – and we are all grateful ...

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18 Feb
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16 Feb
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GRASSROOTS, LGBTQ ACTIVISTS COALESCE AROUND HERNANDEZ’ LT. GOVERNOR BID

MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release February 15, 2018 Contact: Dave Jacobson, (818) 943-2348 Maclen Zilber, (510) 508-9142 Jacobson & Zilber Strategies GRASSROOTS, LGBTQ ACTIVISTS COALESCE AROUND HERNANDEZ’ LT. GOVERNOR BID San Diego Democrats for Equality Endorse Ed Hernandez for Lieutenant Governor ...

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16 Feb
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LARA AMASSES MORE SUPPORT FROM PROGRESSIVE, LGBTQ ACTIVISTS

MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release February 16, 2018 Contact: Dave Jacobson, (818) 943-2348 Maclen Zilber, (510) 508-9142 Jacobson & Zilber Strategies LARA AMASSES MORE SUPPORT FROM PROGRESSIVE, LGBTQ ACTIVISTS San Diego Democrats for Equality Join LGBTQ Coalition Backing Ricardo Lara’s Statewide Campaign ...

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16 Feb
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I’m on Team Asif

Dear Democrat, I am proud to endorse Dr. Mahmood because he is the best prepared to serve as California’s next Insurance Commissioner. Dr. Mahmood has been fighting on behalf of Californians for his entire 20-year career as a doctor — ...

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16 Feb
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Resistance with Results

Fellow Democrats, Remember last year when Trump’s “voter fraud” commission tried to demand the personal information of all California voters? Trump’s motivation was clear- he wants to disenfranchise the people of color, young folks and working families who oppose his ...

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16 Feb
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My Statement on Reducing Gun Violence in Schools

As a parent of two public school students, I am heartbroken for the families who lost their loved ones yesterday in Parkland, Florida, and for everyone who has been traumatized by so many school shootings this year. And I am ...

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