2018 Endorsements

SEIU Local 221 Endorsements

The following are SEIU endorsements for the June 5 Statewide Direct Primary Election.

SEIU California

California Governor:
Gavin Newsom
California Lt. Governor: Ed Hernandez
California Attorney General: Xavier Becerra
California Secretary of State: Alex Padilla
California Treasurer: Fiona Ma
California Controller: Betty Yee
California Insurance Commissioner: Ricardo Lara
California Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tony Thurmond
California Board of Equalization, District 3: Scott Svonkin

Assembly District 75:
Alan Geraci
Assembly District 76: Tasha Boerner Horvath
Assembly District 77: Sunday Gover
Assembly District 78: Todd Gloria
Assembly District 79: Shirley Weber
Assembly District 80: Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher
California State Senate District 40: Ben Hueso

SEIU Local 221 Endorsements

Board of Supervisors, District 4: Nathan Fletcher
Board of Supervisors, District 5: Michelle Gomez
Superior Court Judge – Office No. 37: Matt Brower

City Council-District No. 2:
Jordan Beane
City Council-District No. 4:
Monica Montgomery
City Council-District No. 6:
Fayaz Nawabi
City Council-District No. 8:
Christian Ramirez and Antonio Martinez

Judge Seat 3: Tom Storey
Judge Seat 1: Bob Espinosa
District Attorney: Edgard Garcia

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SEIU Local 221 endorses Nathan Fletcher for Board of Supervisors


“The current members of the Board of Supervisors prioritize hoarding cash reserves and voting themselves a raise over investing in San Diego families and in our communities.  For this district, we can’t afford to elect a rubber stamp vote for the status quo. We need a strong voice and a champion in challenging the rest of the Board to finally invest in supporting county employees and providing the services that our seniors, our children and our vulnerable neighbors need.  Nathan Fletcher has the experience, commitment and values to be that strong voice and we are proud to endorse him.”  – David Garcias, President, SEIU 221

SEIU Local 221 represents more than 13,000 workers. It is a diverse, member-driven organization representing those working in many occupations to make our counties a safe and healthy place to live, work and raise our families. We represent public sector employees in San Diego and Imperial counties who work for county, city governments and school districts, as well as employees of Head Start, Red Cross, courts and clinics. We nurse our sick, educate our children, care for our seniors and provide a host of other important services throughout our communities.

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