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Our Endorsements

November 3, 2020 General Election

Endorsements as of September 10, 2020.


County of Sacramento 

Board of Supervisors, District 3 – Gregg Fishman


City of Elk Grove

City Council, District 1 – Ali Moua

City Council, District 3 – Maureen Craft

City of Folsom

City Council – Jaya Badiga

City of Rancho Cordova (vote for 3)

City Council – Jack Zwald

City Council – Donald Terry*

City Council – Siri Pulipati

City of Sacramento

City Council, District 2 – Allen Warren*

City Council, District 8 – Mai Vang


Center Joint Unified School District

At-Large – Julia Bellehumeur

Elk Grove Unified School District

Area 1 – Regina Q. Banks


Area 6 – Nancy Chaires Espinoza*

Folsom Cordova Unified School District


Area 4 – Christopher Clark*

Los Rios Community College District

Area 3 – Chris Yatooma

Area 4 – Kelly Wilkerson

Area 5 – Pamela Haynes*

Area 7 – Tami Nelson*

Natomas Unified School District (vote for 2)

At-Large – Ericka Harden

At-Large – Mariana Corona Sabeniano

Robla Elementary School District

At-Large – Sharona Devine

Roseville Joint Union High School District

At-Large – Greg Harnage

Sacramento City Unified School District

Area 3 – Jose Navarro

Area 4 – Nailah Pope-Harden

Area 5 – Chinua Rhodes

Area 7 – Lavinia Grace Phillips

San Juan Unified School District (vote for 2)

At-Large – Pam Costa*

At-Large – Paula Villescaz*


American River Flood Control District

At-Large – Tamika L’Ecluse*

Cosumnes Community Services District

Area 4 – Orlando Fuentes*

North Highlands Recreation and Park District

At-Large – Beau Reynolds

Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)

Ward 1 – Brandon Rose*

Ward 2 – Nancy Bui-Thompson*

Ward 5 – Rob Kerth*


City of Sacramento

Measure A – Vote NO
Stop the power grab — this measure would disempower our neighborhoods by concentrating power in the mayor.

Measure B – Vote YES
Extends deadline for city’s independent redistricting commission to complete drawing of new district maps.

Measure C – Vote YES
Protects working families by preventing rent gouging and ensuring that families can stay in their homes.

River Delta Unified School District

Measure J – Vote YES
Authorizes up to $45.7 million in bonds for school facilities in the southern part of River Delta USD (generally includes Isleton and Rio Vista).

Measure K – Vote YES
Authorizes up to $14.6 million in bonds for school facilities in the northern part of River Delta USD (generally includes Clarksburg, Courtland, Hood, Locke, Walnut Grove).

City of Isleton

Measure L – Vote YES
Extends by 5 years existing 1⁄2-cent general sales tax that is set to expire in 2022.

City of Citrus Heights

Measure M – Vote YES
Enacts new 1-cent general sales tax permanently.

City of Rancho Cordova

Measure R – NEUTRAL
Enacts a new 1⁄2-cent general sales tax permanently.

California Democratic Party Endorsements:

The following are California Democratic Party endorsements for federal and state offices in Sacramento County:


U.S. President/U.S. Vice President

Joe Biden/Kamala Harris

U.S. Representative

District 3 – John Garamendi*

District 6 – Doris Matsui*

District 7 – Ami Bera*

District 9 – Jerry McNerney*


State Senate

District 1 – Pamela Swartz

District 3 – Bill Dodd*

District 5 – Susan Talamantes Eggman

State Assembly 

District 6 – Jackie Smith

District 7 – Kevin McCarty*

District 8 – Ken Cooley*

District 9 – Jim Cooper*

District 11 – Jim Frazier*


State Propositions

Proposition 14 – Vote YES
Invests in critical, life-saving stem cell research by approving continued funding for research.

Proposition 15 – Vote YES
Invests in our schools and communities by closing a special tax loophole for wealthy property owners.

Proposition 16 – Vote YES
Allows for more diversity in public education, employment, and contracting by repealing discriminatory law.

Proposition 17 – Vote YES
Restores the voting rights of Californians who made a mistake but have already paid back their debt to society.

Proposition 18 – Vote YES
Expands voting rights in primary elections to 17-year olds who will be able to vote in the general election.

Proposition 19 – Vote YES
Protects seniors and survivors of wildfires from facing increased property tax when needing to move to a new home.

Proposition 20 – Vote NO
Increases criminalization of our communities by irresponsibly prioritizing punishment over rehabilitation.

Proposition 21 – Vote YES
Keeps families in their homes by protecting them against eviction or rent gouging, especially during the COVID-19 crisis.

Proposition 22 – Vote NO
Allows billion-dollar app companies like Uber to get a special exemption in law to keep exploiting their workers.

Proposition 23 – Vote YES
Helps dialysis patients by combatting poor hygiene in clinics, improving staffing, and ending discrimination.

Proposition 24 – NEUTRAL
Adopts new privacy law relating to the use of privacy consumer data.

Proposition 25 – Vote YES
Approves law passed by our state legislature to reform bail system to ensure that no one sits in jail for inability to pay.



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