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Endorsements in 2022
The Democratic Party of CCC (DPCCC) is the voice of over 300,000 registered Democrats in Contra Costa County. They support issues that protect the safety net for working families, children, immigrants, our seniors, LGBTQ community and those that have been disenfranchised by institutional racism and discrimination.
The California Democratic Party is the state branch of the United States Democratic Party in the state of California and representing millions of democrats in CA.
United Teachers of Richmond CTA/NEA represents all the Preschool through 12th grade educators, Special Education teachers, bilingual teachers, librarians, nurses, speech and language pathologists, psychologists, counselors, and program specialists in WCCUSD. UTR Represents over 1700 educators in all 5 cities and unincorporated areas within WCCUSD.
Teamsters 856 represent all the classified workers who include over 1,500 instructional specialists, aids, cafeteria workers, custodians, secretaries, clerks, administrative workers, graduate tutors, campus security officer and many other workers not mentioned.
IFPTE Local 21 represent all of the classified supervisors in WCCUSD who do a lot of the behind the scenes work that helps all of our school function. From organizing food for students to organizing our technology systems, they are unsung heroes in WCCUSD and I'm honored to get their endorsement.
ASTU represents all the adult school teachers in WCCUSD and serve our full community in providing adult education services.
The Contra Costa Building & Construction Trades Council mission of the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California is to “improve the health, jobs, safety and economic conditions of the members of its affiliates, and all working men, women, and minors in the construction industry”.
The Contra Costa County Labor Council are a union-membership organization serving as a coalition of the Labor Community in Contra Costa County. Over 85 unions are affiliated with the CCLC, representing more than 80,000 union members and their families.The mission of the Contra Costa Labor Council is to improve the lives of workers, their families, and our community – to bring economic justice to the workplace and social justice to the nation.
The unified voice of educators in California’s public schools and colleges, CTA is a powerful and passionate advocate for students and public education. Our 310,000 members support and nurture all students in classrooms every day, preparing them to be the leaders of tomorrow.
The West County Democratic Club represents over 80,000 voting democrats in the are of West County
The National Education Association (NEA), the nation's largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA's 3 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States.
The Council of Elders is an advocacy organization of dedicated leaders and experts in educational issues who are committed to seeing African American students succeed in WCCUSD.
"The California Young Democrats is the official youth arm of the California Democratic Party, comprised of progressive people ages 13-35. The California Young Democrats are committed to creating a bloc of young voters who will elect Democrats for an entire generation. Young Democrats in California work every day to promote social justice, women’s rights, peace and stability in the world, and other progressive values."
CA State Superintendent
CA State Senator Nancy Skinner
Contra Costa County Supervisor John Gioia
WCCUSD Trustee Jamela Smith-Folds
WCCUSD Board President Otheree Christian
CA State Assembly Member Buffy Wicks
City of Pinole Mayor Pro Tem Devin T. Murphy
Former Mayor of San Pablo
City of Hercules Vice-Mayor Alexander Walker-Griffin
San Pablo City Mayor Member Rita Xavier
City of El Cerrito Mayor Gabe Quinto
Carlsbad Unified Trustee Kathy Rallings
Contra Costa County Board President
Contra Costa County Board Vice-President
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