As a current member of the DCCC, I want to build on my accomplishments and achievements:
As DCCC Vice-Chair for Strategic Partners, reaching out to dozens of community political groups – like Indivisible, Swing Left, Democracy Now, Ladies of the Resistance and others – working with them to win back the house in 2018.
Championing Affordable Housing/Family Housing, LGBQIT+ Community, immigrant mothers, children and families, women’s rights, Black Lives Matter, and youth issues including gun prevention legislation – working with Affordable Housing Partners in support of Proposition E last November, and Proposition E this March.
Marching for Labor Rights, marching with hotel and restaurant workers Local 2 for better wages and working conditions.
Turning California Congressional Districts from Republican to Democratic – the SF DCCC’s “Red to Blue” program made hundreds of phone calls and sent dozens of volunteers out into the Central Valley to win elections for Democrats in districts misrepresented by Republicans
Fighting for our Environment—As one of the first and strongest opponents of PG&E, I led the fight to close PG&E’s fossil-fuel, polluting Hunters Point power plant, and I have continued to fight to prevent global warming and climate change.
Criminal Justice Reform, working with and for the new, reform DA Chesa Boudin, and supporting the closure of the medieval Juvenile Hall.
The State and Status of Black and Brown Women, marching with Black Lives Matter, standing with immigrant women at City Hall, and working to see that everyone has a seat at the table. If you’re not seated at the table, you’re probably on the menu.