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Meet our Candidates!

Our Revolution is building progressive power in Alameda County and statewide in California! That’s why we’ve endorsed Barbara Lee for U.S. Senate, and now we’re working to elect an exciting slate of progressives across Alameda County.

In addition to electing progressive champions to the county level and U.S. Congress, we want to transform the California Democratic Party from the inside out with many endorsements of progressive champions running for seats on the Democratic Party of Alameda County Central Committee!

Elected Offices

Lateefah Simon

for US House of Representatives, District 12

Marisol Rubio

for California Senate, District 9

Jovanka Beckles

for California Senate, District 7

Jennifer Esteen

for County Board of Supervisors, District 4

In addition to electing progressive champions to the California Assembly and building a progressive majority, we want to transform the California Democratic Party by electing progressives to the Democratic Party of Alameda County Central Committee.

Democratic Party of Alameda County Central Committee

Alfred Twu

(District 14)

Avery Arbaugh

(District 14)

Carol Coyote

(District 14)

Chip Moore

(District 14)

Michael Cheng

(District 14)

Paola Laverde

(District 14)

Sadia Khan

(District 14)

Seema Badar

(District 16)

Andrea Luna Bocanegra

(District 18)

Austin Tam

(District 18)

Chaney Turner

(District 18)

Desmond Jeffries

(District 18)

Howard Egerman

(District 18)

Iris Merriouns

(District 18)

Kalimah Priforce

(District 18)

Royl Roberts

(District 18)

Pamela Price

(District 18)

Yoana Tchoukleva

(District 18)

Sean Dugar

(District 18)

Anish Mohanty

(District 20)

Austin Bruckner Carrillo

(District 20)

Barisha Spriggs

(District 20)

Dolly Adams

(District 20)

Joey Mauro

(District 20)

Jatinder “JP” K. Sahi

(District 20)

Victor Aguilar

(District 20)

Kelsey Pressnall

(District 24)

Mel Sheun-Mallory

(District 24)

Victoria Birbeck-Herrera

(District 24)

Vinnie Bacon

(District 24)

What's at Stake

These candidates have a real shot at winning these seats and will build a strong progressive bloc that gives our movement power and leverage to advance our progressive priorities against the political establishment.

How to Vote

Vote By Mail – Ballots will begin arriving by mail around Feb 5th. To be counted, ballots must be dropped off at drop boxes no later than 8 pm on March 5th or sent via U.S. mail and postmarked no later than March 5th.

Vote Early In Person – Begins Feb 24th at Vote Centers.

Election Day – March 5th is the last day to return your ballots or vote in person. All Vote Center locations are open on Election Day from 7am to 8pm.

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