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Endorsements

Bernie Sanders, Presidential Election

Bernie's campaign is running a grassroots campaign powered by the people, for the people. With the heavy majority of his campaign funds coming from donations under $200, he's relying on volunteers to spread his progressive platform to the rest of the country. ORLA will provide resources and training to anyone willing to donate their time to fight for our future. 

www.berniesanders.com

Primary Election Date & Location

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

7:00am - 8:00pm

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Fatima Iqbal-Zubair, State Assembly 64

Fatima is an immigrant, mother, and teacher who was motivated to run for office after experiencing how lower income and minority neighborhoods were treated different from more affluent communities. She previously worked as a commissioner for her current opponent and realized he had no interest in challenging the status quo of systemic racism and corruption. Fatima will demand a well-funded, tuition-free public education system, a clean environment, affordable housing, and a voice to those disadvantaged by a system that needs to value them as equals.

www.fatimaforassembly.com

Election Date & Location

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

7:00am - 8:00pm

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www.votersedge.org/ca

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Angelica Dueñas, U.S. Congress CA-29

Angelica knows that the priorities of America’s working families will not be met within our government until voters elect members of America’s working class to the House and Senate. As a member of Congress, Angelica will fight for policies and deliver results that bring tangible improvements to the lives of her San Fernando Valley constituents.

www.angelica4congress.com

Election Date & Location

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

7:00am - 8:00pm

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Maria Estrada, State Assembly 63

Maria is a founding member of Compton for Bernie and was a state delegate in California’s 64th district. Her fervent willingness to combat injustices in the Democratic Party shows her commitment to standing with her constituents over those in power. She advocates for the most marginalized, vulnerable communities who need the most representation in government.

www.facebook.com/MariaEstrada2020/

Election Date & Location

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

7:00am - 8:00pm

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www.votersedge.org/ca

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Godfrey Santos Plata, State Assembly 53

Godfrey knows the importance of removing big money from politics and refuses money from corporate PACs because “if democracy is going to work, we need to challenge business-as-usual,” he said. He shares our values of democracy, liberty, solidarity, justice, and ethics. Together we’re building a movement that seeks to benefit everyone, regardless of who they are or where they come from.

www.godfreyforassembly.com

Election Date & Location

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

7:00am - 8:00pm

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Miranda Sheffield, Pomona City Council District 6

Miranda is a warrior of the people who aims to strengthen her community by building greater structures for transformative democracy and to combat the homelessness crisis that is perpetuated by skyrocketing costs of rent and homes. She is running on a platform of housing and renter’s rights, police oversight and accountability, racial and economic justice, and environmental justice and public health.

www.mirandasheffield.com

Election Date & Location

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

7:00am - 8:00pm

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2020 Primary Election Endorsements

Bernie Sanders, Presidential Election

Fatima Iqbal-Zubair, State Assembly District 64

Angelica Dueñas, U.S. Congress CA-29

Maria Estrada, State Assembly District 63

Godfrey Santos Plata, State Assembly District 53

CJ Berina, U.S. Congress CA-30

Dan Brotman, Glendale City Council

Frances Yasmeen Motiwalla, U.S. Congress CA-34

Eric Ohlsen, State Assembly District 36

Maebe A. Girl, U.S. Congress CA-28

Aura Vasquez, LA City Council District 10

Loraine Lundquist, LA City Council District 12

Dan Brotman, Glendale City Council

S.B. 212 - Local Voting Methods

SB 212 would allow general law cities, counties, and school districts to implement alternative voting methods like ranked choice voting. Under current law, only charter cities have that privilege. SB 212 would encourage election reform across California by allowing more cities to engage in new voting systems.

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Update: This bill has been vetoed by Gov. Newsom.

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SB 212 

S.B. 47 - Petition Disclose Act

SB 47 helps voters make informed decisions by requiring signature gatherers for ballot initiatives to disclose the top three funders of the committee paying to gather signatures before voters sign onto the initiative. It also lowers the cost of signature gathering by allowing petitions to be printed and stapled at home instead of professionally bound, aiding grassroots initiative gatherers.

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SB 47 

A.B. 1217 - Issue Ad Disclose Act

AB 1217 extends the California Disclose Act (AB 249) to cover issue ads that are intended to influence legislative and administrative actions, and also close the loophole for electioneering communications that attack or support candidates during election season without expressly advocating for their election or defeat.

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Call your assembly rep. and tell them to support the bill:

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AB 1217

A.B. 1784 - Secure the VOTE Act

AB 1784, would establish an Open-Source Paper Ballot Voting Systems program to award up to $16 million in matching funds to counties to speed the development, certification, governance, and distribution of open-source paper ballot voting system that all counties would be able to freely use and modify based on their needs.

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Call your assembly rep. and tell them to support the bill:

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AB 1784