We’re kicking off Election Day with great news: Dolores Huerta has endorsed our campaign!
Huerta is a lifelong advocate for working families and women’s and civil rights. She embodies what this campaign is all about – working people and families fighting for a community that works for all of us.
It is a tremendous honor to have the support of a living legend like Dolores Huerta. And I hope you will join her along with the Affordable Housing Alliance, San Francisco Latino Democratic Club, Latin@ Young Democrats of San Francisco, SEIU California, the San Francisco Tenants Union and so many more in supporting my campaign for State Senate.
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From my days as a community organizer, civil rights attorney, School Board President and Supervisor, I’ve been fighting for working families. I’m proud of the work I’ve done to raise the minimum wage, negotiate record levels of affordable housing and fight for stronger after school and early childhood education, but I know we need strong leaders in Sacramento to make sure that everyone has good opportunities.
As your next State Senator, I will continue to fight to make all basic job training in California community colleges free so more workers can lift themselves into the middle class. I’ll also continue to fight to declare a statewide emergency on homelessness so the entire state is mobilized to help house the homeless.
I’m so thankful for Dolores Huerta’s endorsement and for her work to create a more just society for everyone. Huerta’s support for this campaign is emblematic of how important this race is for the future of the Bay Area. I’d be honored to have your vote today in order to continue fighting for a California that works for all of us.
Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Make sure you vote at the polls today or if you still have your absentee ballot, drop it off at any polling place by 8:00 p.m. tonight or get it to the post office. Absentee ballots must be postmarked by June 7 and received by local county elections officials by June 10.