YES WE CAN Democratic Club endorses the following:

Kimberly Ellis for California Democratic Party Chair

 

As the very first African American Executive Director in Emerge America's national network, Kimberly Ellis has worked tirelessly to support, train, and inspire Democratic women to step in to political power here in California.

Kimberly Ellis is the Democratic Party's right choice for Chair. 

Kimberly has worked in private industry, state government and the non-profit sector, developing leaders and successful organizations. In 2009, she was appointed by the Mayor to serve as a Commissioner for the Community Development Commission in the City of Richmond.

As Recording Secretary, Kimberly has brought expertise and experience to the African American Caucus and Democratic Party as a whole. Our state and nation are at a critical point in history. We have an opportunity to reshape the narrative around important issues facing the Black community. As a woman and a mother of two, Kimberly cares deeply about the future of our party, and she is the right person to help lead it.

At Emerge, the ultimate goal is to increase the number of Democratic women in public office. Kimberly Ellis has decided to lead by example, and we hope you will stand with her and get involved in our campaign.

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AB 14 - SB 651, the new California DISCLOSE Act Introduced by Assemblymembers Jimmy Gomez and Marc Levine!


"It shouldn't be legal to mislead voters — period," said Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez (D-Northeast Los Angeles).  "And as I said in August, I won't rest until it's stopped.  I vowed that the California DISCLOSE Act will be back, because voters deserve transparency in elections.  Now California is going to lead the nation to get it in political ads."

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Healthy California Act, SB 562

Healthy California is a campaign comprised of organizations representing over 4 million Californians committed to guaranteeing healthcare for the residents of our state. Our goal is to win improved Medicare for All in California.

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