Past Endorsements

    2022 Candidate Endorsements

    • Georgette Gomez for California State Assembly, District 80
    • Luz Molina for National City Councilmember, District 1
    • Alejandra Sotelo-Solis for National City Mayor (Dual Endorsement)
    • Jose Rodriguez for National City Mayor (Dual Endorsement)

    2020 Candidate Endorsements

    • Georgette Gomez for United State Congress, District 53
    • Todd Gloria for Mayor of San Diego
    • Nora Vargas for County Supervisor
    • Marcus Bush for National City Councilmembers
    • Jose Rodriguez for National City Councilmembers
    • Yes on A: Affordable Homes for all San Diegans
    • Yes on B: Police Accountability: Create a community led, independent review board on police activity
    • Yes on 15! (Statewide) Stop Corporate tax breaks! Support Our Schools and Communities
    • Yes on 16 (Statewide) End discrimination in college admissions and government hiring
    • Yes on 17! ( Statewide) Restore voting rights for people on parole
    • Yes on 21 (Statewide) Allow local government to expand rent control and limit rent increases
    • No on 22 (San Diego Unified School District) Uphold the law to prohibit exploitation of workers

    2018 Candidate Endorsements

    • Georgette Gomez, District 9 City Councilwoman-Elect
    • Alejandra Sotelo-Solis for Mayor National City
    • Mona Rios for Nation City Councilmember
    • Jose Rodriguez for National City Councilmember
    • Nathan Fletcher for County Supervisor
    • Yes on W! (National City)
    • Rent Control for National City – let’s keep families in their homes
    • Yes on D! (San Diego County) Assures elections are decided in November, when more voters participate
    • Yes on 1! (Statewide) Housing and stability for Californians in need
    • No on 5! (Statewide) Don’t rob our schools and communities
    • No on 6! (Statewide) Maintain funding for public transit and road repairs
    • Yes on 10! (Statewide) Cities should make their own decisions on rent control, without state interference
    • Yes on YY! (San Diego Unified School District) Funding for school repairs, student safety and protecting students from lead poisoning