• Democrat

    Alex Lee

    Courage Endorsed
    All-Star
    Courage Endorsed
    All-Star
  • Reelect State Assemblymember Alex Lee to keep AD-24 on the right track for progress.

     

     

    The Position


    State assemblymembers represent and advocate for the needs of their district constituents at the California State Capitol. They are responsible for creating, debating, and voting on legislation that addresses issues within their district. The California State Assembly has 80 districts. Each represents a population of at least 465,000 Californians. Representatives are elected to the Assembly for a two-year term. Every two years, all 80 seats are subject to election. Members elected before 2012 are restricted to three two-year terms (six years) in the Assembly. Those elected in or after 2012 are allowed to serve 12 years total across both the state Senate or Assembly. This term, Democrats currently hold a two-thirds supermajority of 56 seats in the California State Assembly, while Republicans hold 19 seats. One seat is held by an Independent and four seats are currently vacant.

     

     

     

     

    The District


    California’s 24th Assembly District includes parts of Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. Democrats have held this district since 2012. Of the registered voters in this district, 50% are Democrat and 15% are Republican, and the district’s demographic breakdown is 16% Latino, 54% Asian, and 4% Black. The most recent election results show that AD-25 voted for Biden for president in 2020 by 43 points and Newsom for governor in 2018 by 41 points.

     

     

     

     

    The Race


    Assm. Alex Lee is running for reelection to this seat, which he won in 2020. He is being challenged by a former assemblymember, Democrat Kansen Chu, a current at-large member of the Berryessa Union School District Board of School Trustees who held this seat from 2014 to 2020. Lee’s campaign has raised more than $450,000 and is not funded by corporate PAC, fossil fuel, police, or real estate money. While Chu received a Courage Score of 100 in 2021, Chu’s campaign is funded by police, corporate, and insurance money.

    In 2020, Chu abstained from voting on a measure that allows voters to decide whether the state’s ban on affirmative action should be repealed.

     

     

     

     

    Our Endorsement


    Assm. Lee, a past legislative policy advisor in the California State Senate and Assembly, has called the South Bay home for all his life. According to campaign materials, Assm. Lee is running for reelection to continue to challenge entrenched special interests and to combat the housing affordability crisis. Assm. Lee won his 2020 election against a Republican challenger by 49 points, even as he was outspent 15 to one.

    Assm. Lee’s priorities for his current AD-25 district this year have included eight bills protecting consumers and residents; seven of them have successfully passed the Assembly. Six have passed the Senate and been signed into law. He currently serves on the Public Safety, Transportation, and Education Committees. He scores a 100 out of 100 on Courage Score, our annual analysis of legislators’ progressive voting record. Based on our Courage Score analysis, Assm. Lee has supported the most progressive bills that made it to a vote. Most notably, on his first day in office, Lee introduced AB 20, the Clean Money Act, which will eliminate corporate special-interest money in elections. He has sponsored legislation in favor of environmental protection and cosponsored legislation in furtherance of consumer protection, rent stabilization, and limiting police militarization.

    Prior to his election to the State Assembly, Assm. Lee interned at the district office of former Congressman Mike Honda and several California legislators. He is a longtime champion of public safety, education, housing, and seniors.

    Assm. Lee has received the endorsement of a number of elected officials across the state, including U.S. Senator Alex Padilla, State Assemblymember Ash Kalra, State Senator Scott Weiner, and the API and LGBTQ+ Legislative Caucuses. He also has the endorsement of many progressive groups in the district, such as Sunrise Silicon Valley, South Bay Progressive Alliance, and East Bay for Everyone. Based on our analysis, Assm. Lee’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that he will continue to be a progressive champion for the constituents of AD-24 and will govern effectively in the best interest of this diverse district.

     

     

    Last updated: 2022-05-14

    Alex Lee

    Reelect State Assemblymember Alex Lee to keep AD-24 on the right track for progress.

     

     

    The Position


    State assemblymembers represent and advocate for the needs of their district constituents at the California State Capitol. They are responsible for creating, debating, and voting on legislation that addresses issues within their district. The California State Assembly has 80 districts. Each represents a population of at least 465,000 Californians. Representatives are elected to the Assembly for a two-year term. Every two years, all 80 seats are subject to election. Members elected before 2012 are restricted to three two-year terms (six years) in the Assembly. Those elected in or after 2012 are allowed to serve 12 years total across both the state Senate or Assembly. This term, Democrats currently hold a two-thirds supermajority of 56 seats in the California State Assembly, while Republicans hold 19 seats. One seat is held by an Independent and four seats are currently vacant.

     

     

     

     

    The District


    California’s 24th Assembly District includes parts of Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. Democrats have held this district since 2012. Of the registered voters in this district, 50% are Democrat and 15% are Republican, and the district’s demographic breakdown is 16% Latino, 54% Asian, and 4% Black. The most recent election results show that AD-25 voted for Biden for president in 2020 by 43 points and Newsom for governor in 2018 by 41 points.

     

     

     

     

    The Race


    Assm. Alex Lee is running for reelection to this seat, which he won in 2020. He is being challenged by a former assemblymember, Democrat Kansen Chu, a current at-large member of the Berryessa Union School District Board of School Trustees who held this seat from 2014 to 2020. Lee’s campaign has raised more than $450,000 and is not funded by corporate PAC, fossil fuel, police, or real estate money. While Chu received a Courage Score of 100 in 2021, Chu’s campaign is funded by police, corporate, and insurance money.

    In 2020, Chu abstained from voting on a measure that allows voters to decide whether the state’s ban on affirmative action should be repealed.

     

     

     

     

    Our Endorsement


    Assm. Lee, a past legislative policy advisor in the California State Senate and Assembly, has called the South Bay home for all his life. According to campaign materials, Assm. Lee is running for reelection to continue to challenge entrenched special interests and to combat the housing affordability crisis. Assm. Lee won his 2020 election against a Republican challenger by 49 points, even as he was outspent 15 to one.

    Assm. Lee’s priorities for his current AD-25 district this year have included eight bills protecting consumers and residents; seven of them have successfully passed the Assembly. Six have passed the Senate and been signed into law. He currently serves on the Public Safety, Transportation, and Education Committees. He scores a 100 out of 100 on Courage Score, our annual analysis of legislators’ progressive voting record. Based on our Courage Score analysis, Assm. Lee has supported the most progressive bills that made it to a vote. Most notably, on his first day in office, Lee introduced AB 20, the Clean Money Act, which will eliminate corporate special-interest money in elections. He has sponsored legislation in favor of environmental protection and cosponsored legislation in furtherance of consumer protection, rent stabilization, and limiting police militarization.

    Prior to his election to the State Assembly, Assm. Lee interned at the district office of former Congressman Mike Honda and several California legislators. He is a longtime champion of public safety, education, housing, and seniors.

    Assm. Lee has received the endorsement of a number of elected officials across the state, including U.S. Senator Alex Padilla, State Assemblymember Ash Kalra, State Senator Scott Weiner, and the API and LGBTQ+ Legislative Caucuses. He also has the endorsement of many progressive groups in the district, such as Sunrise Silicon Valley, South Bay Progressive Alliance, and East Bay for Everyone. Based on our analysis, Assm. Lee’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that he will continue to be a progressive champion for the constituents of AD-24 and will govern effectively in the best interest of this diverse district.

     

     

    Alex Lee

    Reelect State Assemblymember Alex Lee to keep AD-24 on the right track for progress.

     

     

    The Position


    State assemblymembers represent and advocate for the needs of their district constituents at the California State Capitol. They are responsible for creating, debating, and voting on legislation that addresses issues within their district. The California State Assembly has 80 districts. Each represents a population of at least 465,000 Californians. Representatives are elected to the Assembly for a two-year term. Every two years, all 80 seats are subject to election. Members elected before 2012 are restricted to three two-year terms (six years) in the Assembly. Those elected in or after 2012 are allowed to serve 12 years total across both the state Senate or Assembly. This term, Democrats currently hold a two-thirds supermajority of 56 seats in the California State Assembly, while Republicans hold 19 seats. One seat is held by an Independent and four seats are currently vacant.

     

     

     

     

    The District


    California’s 24th Assembly District includes parts of Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. Democrats have held this district since 2012. Of the registered voters in this district, 50% are Democrat and 15% are Republican, and the district’s demographic breakdown is 16% Latino, 54% Asian, and 4% Black. The most recent election results show that AD-25 voted for Biden for president in 2020 by 43 points and Newsom for governor in 2018 by 41 points.

     

     

     

     

    The Race


    Assm. Alex Lee is running for reelection to this seat, which he won in 2020. He is being challenged by a former assemblymember, Democrat Kansen Chu, a current at-large member of the Berryessa Union School District Board of School Trustees who held this seat from 2014 to 2020. Lee’s campaign has raised more than $450,000 and is not funded by corporate PAC, fossil fuel, police, or real estate money. While Chu received a Courage Score of 100 in 2021, Chu’s campaign is funded by police, corporate, and insurance money.

    In 2020, Chu abstained from voting on a measure that allows voters to decide whether the state’s ban on affirmative action should be repealed.

     

     

     

     

    Our Endorsement


    Assm. Lee, a past legislative policy advisor in the California State Senate and Assembly, has called the South Bay home for all his life. According to campaign materials, Assm. Lee is running for reelection to continue to challenge entrenched special interests and to combat the housing affordability crisis. Assm. Lee won his 2020 election against a Republican challenger by 49 points, even as he was outspent 15 to one.

    Assm. Lee’s priorities for his current AD-25 district this year have included eight bills protecting consumers and residents; seven of them have successfully passed the Assembly. Six have passed the Senate and been signed into law. He currently serves on the Public Safety, Transportation, and Education Committees. He scores a 100 out of 100 on Courage Score, our annual analysis of legislators’ progressive voting record. Based on our Courage Score analysis, Assm. Lee has supported the most progressive bills that made it to a vote. Most notably, on his first day in office, Lee introduced AB 20, the Clean Money Act, which will eliminate corporate special-interest money in elections. He has sponsored legislation in favor of environmental protection and cosponsored legislation in furtherance of consumer protection, rent stabilization, and limiting police militarization.

    Prior to his election to the State Assembly, Assm. Lee interned at the district office of former Congressman Mike Honda and several California legislators. He is a longtime champion of public safety, education, housing, and seniors.

    Assm. Lee has received the endorsement of a number of elected officials across the state, including U.S. Senator Alex Padilla, State Assemblymember Ash Kalra, State Senator Scott Weiner, and the API and LGBTQ+ Legislative Caucuses. He also has the endorsement of many progressive groups in the district, such as Sunrise Silicon Valley, South Bay Progressive Alliance, and East Bay for Everyone. Based on our analysis, Assm. Lee’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that he will continue to be a progressive champion for the constituents of AD-24 and will govern effectively in the best interest of this diverse district.

     

     

Congress

Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below congressional districts on your ballot.

  • Reelect Congressional Representative Eric Swalwell to keep CD-14 on the right track for progress.



    The Position


    Congressmembers represent and advocate for the needs of their district constituents at the United States Capitol. They are responsible for creating, debating, and voting on legislation that addresses issues within their district.

    The United States is divided into 435 congressional districts, each with a population of about 710,000 individuals. Each district elects a representative to the House of Representatives for a two-year term. California has 53 congressional representatives, the largest delegation in the country. There is no term limit for this position.

    The District


    California’s 14th Congressional District includes parts of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Democrats typically hold this district. Of the registered voters in this district, 16% are Republican and 51% are Democrat, and the district’s demographic breakdown is 19% Latino, 32% Asian, and 7% Black. After the 2021 redistricting process, CD-14 has maintained the same partisan percentage. The most recent election results show that CD-14 voted for Joe Biden for president in 2020 by 45 points and Gavin Newsom for governor in 2018 by 38 points.

    The Race


    There are seven candidates running for this seat, including Democrat Incumbent Representative Eric Swalwell and Republicans Alison Hayden and Tom Wong. Swalwell’s campaign has raised $1,990,170 and is not funded by police money. He has accepted money from the real estate industry and corporate PACs, including thousands of dollars from pharmaceutical companies, insurance corporations, and defense manufacturers. As of April 2022, no other candidates in this race have filed any fundraising receipts for the current election cycle.

    The Recommendation


    Rep. Eric Swalwell, a former prosecutor and city councilmember, is from Iowa originally and moved to Dublin, CA, as a child. According to campaign materials, Rep. Swalwell is running for reelection to make the American Dream accessible for all Americans through bold solutions and big ideas. Rep. Swalwell won his 2020 reelection against a Republican challenger by 42 points.

    Rep. Swalwell’s priorities for CD-14 this year have included lessening the burden of student loans by decreasing interest rates and increasing tax breaks, as well as strengthening the national security apparatus around biointelligence. This year, he has sponsored 22 bills about education and student loans, election reform, criminal justice, and gun safety. He currently holds a leadership role as chair of the House subcommittee on Intelligence Modernization and Readiness within the Committee on Intelligence. He is also a member of the House Judiciary Committee and the Committee on Homeland Security. This year, Rep. Swalwell has voted 100% of the time with Nancy Pelosi and 94% of the time with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Rep. Swalwell differed from Rep. Ocasio-Cortez when he voted in favor of additional defense funding, in favor of the USMCA Agreement, and in favor of initial COVID-19 relief funding, which Ocasio-Cortez said benefitted corporate interests over individuals.

    Prior to his election to Congress, Rep. Swalwell worked as a prosecutor in the Alameda County District Attorney’s office and served as a member of the Dublin City Council. Swalwell got involved in politics in college, as a congressional intern during the 9/11 attacks. He then helped create a college scholarship program for students who lost parents in the attacks. During Donald Trump’s second impeachment hearing in 2021, Swalwell served as an impeachment manager. Rep. Swalwell has supported the most progressive bills that made it to a vote. He is a longtime supporter of election and government form, as well as gun control. He has also paid special attention to the issues that affect young people: he helped found the Future Forum Caucus, a group of congressional Millennials focused on addressing the issues affecting their age group; student debt in particular.

    Rep. Swalwell is not a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, although he has the endorsement of many progressive groups, including Planned Parenthood, the California Labor Federation, and Equality California. Based on our analysis, Rep. Swalwell’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that he will continue to be a progressive voice for the constituents of CD-14 and will govern effectively in the best interest of this diverse district.
    Last updated: 2022-04-28

    Eric Swalwell

    Reelect Congressional Representative Eric Swalwell to keep CD-14 on the right track for progress.



    The Position

    Eric Swalwell

    Reelect Congressional Representative Eric Swalwell to keep CD-14 on the right track for progress.



    The Position

  • Reelect Congressional Representative Zoe Lofgren to keep CD-18 on the right track for progress.

     

     

    The Position


    Congressmembers represent and advocate for the needs of their district constituents at the United States Capitol. They are responsible for creating, debating, and voting on legislation that addresses issues within their district.

    The United States is divided into 435 congressional districts, each with a population of about 710,000 individuals. Each district elects a representative to the House of Representatives for a two-year term. California has 53 congressional representatives, the largest delegation in the country. There is no term limit for this position.

     

     

     

     

    The District


    California’s 18th Congressional District includes parts of Santa Clara, Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz Counties. Democrats typically hold this district. Of the registered voters in this district, 18% are Republican and 51% are Democrat, and the district’s demographic breakdown is 51% Latino, 14% Asian, and 3% Black. This district is considered to be a strong Latino seat in the California congressional delegation. After the 2021 redistricting process, CD-18 is 3% more Democratic than it was during the 2020 general election cycle. The most recent election results show that CD-18 voted for Biden for president in 2020 by 42 points and Newsom for governor in 2018 by 39 points.

     

     

     

     

    The Race


    There are four candidates running for this seat, including Democrat Incumbent Representative Zoe Lofgren and Republican Challenger Jeff Gorman. Lofgren’s campaign has raised more than $900,000 and is not funded by police money, but is funded by corporate PAC, real estate, and fossil fuel money. Rep. Lofgren’s campaign has also received donations from tech firms, such as Amazon, Facebook, and Google, even as polls have shown that voters in the district are concerned about tech companies’ economic power and lack of accountability. Gorman is a Republican whose platform is copied from the California GOP’s overall platform.

     

     

     

     

    The Recommendation


    Rep. Lofgren was born and raised in the Bay Area, and attended Stanford and Santa Clara Law School. Lofgren is the incumbent, having served in the House of Representatives since 1995. According to campaign materials, she is running for reelection to protect Dreamers, end gun violence, protect the free and open internet, and get dirty money out of politics. Rep. Lofgren won her 2020 reelection against a Republican challenger by 44 points.

    Rep. Lofgren’s priorities for CD-18 this year have included 26 bills about civil liberties, gun control, and women, all of which have successfully passed the House. She currently chairs the Committee on House Administration. This year, Rep. Lofgren has voted 100% of the time with Nancy Pelosi and 96% of the time with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

    In Congress, she helped pass the DREAM Act of 2019 (and 2010), and the Farm Workforce Modernization Act in the House. She has opposed the Trump administration's immigration policies, and has called for an end to the detention centers, and for foreign aid to end the instability in Central America that leads to people fleeing their homes. As the representative for the heart of Silicon Valley, she has been active on internet and technology issues. She fought the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the NSA surveillance of Americans, and recently introduced the Online Privacy Act. However, she has been criticized for not taking a stronger stance on holding Big Tech more accountable, even on antitrust bills that have bipartisan support and despite strong support from her constituents. Lofgren has been a strong supporter of women’s rights, abortion protections, and LGBTQIA+ equity, and has led the implementation of the House of Representatives’ mandatory anti-harassment and anti-discrimination trainings.
    Prior to her role as a Congressmember, she was an immigration lawyer, taught at Santa Clara Law School, and served as staff assistant to Congressmember Don Edwards.
    Rep. Lofgren is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, and has the endorsement of many progressive groups in the district. Based on our analysis, Rep. Lofgren’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that she will continue to govern effectively in the best interests of this diverse district. However, CD-18’s constituents are encouraged to hold her accountable during the new term, especially on issues related to her financial ties to Big Tech.

     

     

    Last updated: 2022-05-11

    Zoe Lofgren

    Reelect Congressional Representative Zoe Lofgren to keep CD-18 on the right track for progress.

     

     

    Zoe Lofgren

    Reelect Congressional Representative Zoe Lofgren to keep CD-18 on the right track for progress.

     

     

  • Democrat

    Alex Lee

    Courage Endorsed
    All-Star
    Courage Endorsed
    All-Star
  • Reelect State Assemblymember Alex Lee to keep AD-24 on the right track for progress.

     

     

    The Position


    State assemblymembers represent and advocate for the needs of their district constituents at the California State Capitol. They are responsible for creating, debating, and voting on legislation that addresses issues within their district. The California State Assembly has 80 districts. Each represents a population of at least 465,000 Californians. Representatives are elected to the Assembly for a two-year term. Every two years, all 80 seats are subject to election. Members elected before 2012 are restricted to three two-year terms (six years) in the Assembly. Those elected in or after 2012 are allowed to serve 12 years total across both the state Senate or Assembly. This term, Democrats currently hold a two-thirds supermajority of 56 seats in the California State Assembly, while Republicans hold 19 seats. One seat is held by an Independent and four seats are currently vacant.

     

     

     

     

    The District


    California’s 24th Assembly District includes parts of Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. Democrats have held this district since 2012. Of the registered voters in this district, 50% are Democrat and 15% are Republican, and the district’s demographic breakdown is 16% Latino, 54% Asian, and 4% Black. The most recent election results show that AD-25 voted for Biden for president in 2020 by 43 points and Newsom for governor in 2018 by 41 points.

     

     

     

     

    The Race


    Assm. Alex Lee is running for reelection to this seat, which he won in 2020. He is being challenged by a former assemblymember, Democrat Kansen Chu, a current at-large member of the Berryessa Union School District Board of School Trustees who held this seat from 2014 to 2020. Lee’s campaign has raised more than $450,000 and is not funded by corporate PAC, fossil fuel, police, or real estate money. While Chu received a Courage Score of 100 in 2021, Chu’s campaign is funded by police, corporate, and insurance money.

    In 2020, Chu abstained from voting on a measure that allows voters to decide whether the state’s ban on affirmative action should be repealed.

     

     

     

     

    Our Endorsement


    Assm. Lee, a past legislative policy advisor in the California State Senate and Assembly, has called the South Bay home for all his life. According to campaign materials, Assm. Lee is running for reelection to continue to challenge entrenched special interests and to combat the housing affordability crisis. Assm. Lee won his 2020 election against a Republican challenger by 49 points, even as he was outspent 15 to one.

    Assm. Lee’s priorities for his current AD-25 district this year have included eight bills protecting consumers and residents; seven of them have successfully passed the Assembly. Six have passed the Senate and been signed into law. He currently serves on the Public Safety, Transportation, and Education Committees. He scores a 100 out of 100 on Courage Score, our annual analysis of legislators’ progressive voting record. Based on our Courage Score analysis, Assm. Lee has supported the most progressive bills that made it to a vote. Most notably, on his first day in office, Lee introduced AB 20, the Clean Money Act, which will eliminate corporate special-interest money in elections. He has sponsored legislation in favor of environmental protection and cosponsored legislation in furtherance of consumer protection, rent stabilization, and limiting police militarization.

    Prior to his election to the State Assembly, Assm. Lee interned at the district office of former Congressman Mike Honda and several California legislators. He is a longtime champion of public safety, education, housing, and seniors.

    Assm. Lee has received the endorsement of a number of elected officials across the state, including U.S. Senator Alex Padilla, State Assemblymember Ash Kalra, State Senator Scott Weiner, and the API and LGBTQ+ Legislative Caucuses. He also has the endorsement of many progressive groups in the district, such as Sunrise Silicon Valley, South Bay Progressive Alliance, and East Bay for Everyone. Based on our analysis, Assm. Lee’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that he will continue to be a progressive champion for the constituents of AD-24 and will govern effectively in the best interest of this diverse district.

     

     

    Last updated: 2022-05-14

    Alex Lee

    Reelect State Assemblymember Alex Lee to keep AD-24 on the right track for progress.

     

     

    The Position


    State assemblymembers represent and advocate for the needs of their district constituents at the California State Capitol. They are responsible for creating, debating, and voting on legislation that addresses issues within their district. The California State Assembly has 80 districts. Each represents a population of at least 465,000 Californians. Representatives are elected to the Assembly for a two-year term. Every two years, all 80 seats are subject to election. Members elected before 2012 are restricted to three two-year terms (six years) in the Assembly. Those elected in or after 2012 are allowed to serve 12 years total across both the state Senate or Assembly. This term, Democrats currently hold a two-thirds supermajority of 56 seats in the California State Assembly, while Republicans hold 19 seats. One seat is held by an Independent and four seats are currently vacant.

     

     

     

     

    The District


    California’s 24th Assembly District includes parts of Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. Democrats have held this district since 2012. Of the registered voters in this district, 50% are Democrat and 15% are Republican, and the district’s demographic breakdown is 16% Latino, 54% Asian, and 4% Black. The most recent election results show that AD-25 voted for Biden for president in 2020 by 43 points and Newsom for governor in 2018 by 41 points.

     

     

     

     

    The Race


    Assm. Alex Lee is running for reelection to this seat, which he won in 2020. He is being challenged by a former assemblymember, Democrat Kansen Chu, a current at-large member of the Berryessa Union School District Board of School Trustees who held this seat from 2014 to 2020. Lee’s campaign has raised more than $450,000 and is not funded by corporate PAC, fossil fuel, police, or real estate money. While Chu received a Courage Score of 100 in 2021, Chu’s campaign is funded by police, corporate, and insurance money.

    In 2020, Chu abstained from voting on a measure that allows voters to decide whether the state’s ban on affirmative action should be repealed.

     

     

     

     

    Our Endorsement


    Assm. Lee, a past legislative policy advisor in the California State Senate and Assembly, has called the South Bay home for all his life. According to campaign materials, Assm. Lee is running for reelection to continue to challenge entrenched special interests and to combat the housing affordability crisis. Assm. Lee won his 2020 election against a Republican challenger by 49 points, even as he was outspent 15 to one.

    Assm. Lee’s priorities for his current AD-25 district this year have included eight bills protecting consumers and residents; seven of them have successfully passed the Assembly. Six have passed the Senate and been signed into law. He currently serves on the Public Safety, Transportation, and Education Committees. He scores a 100 out of 100 on Courage Score, our annual analysis of legislators’ progressive voting record. Based on our Courage Score analysis, Assm. Lee has supported the most progressive bills that made it to a vote. Most notably, on his first day in office, Lee introduced AB 20, the Clean Money Act, which will eliminate corporate special-interest money in elections. He has sponsored legislation in favor of environmental protection and cosponsored legislation in furtherance of consumer protection, rent stabilization, and limiting police militarization.

    Prior to his election to the State Assembly, Assm. Lee interned at the district office of former Congressman Mike Honda and several California legislators. He is a longtime champion of public safety, education, housing, and seniors.

    Assm. Lee has received the endorsement of a number of elected officials across the state, including U.S. Senator Alex Padilla, State Assemblymember Ash Kalra, State Senator Scott Weiner, and the API and LGBTQ+ Legislative Caucuses. He also has the endorsement of many progressive groups in the district, such as Sunrise Silicon Valley, South Bay Progressive Alliance, and East Bay for Everyone. Based on our analysis, Assm. Lee’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that he will continue to be a progressive champion for the constituents of AD-24 and will govern effectively in the best interest of this diverse district.

     

     

    Alex Lee

    Reelect State Assemblymember Alex Lee to keep AD-24 on the right track for progress.

     

     

    The Position


    State assemblymembers represent and advocate for the needs of their district constituents at the California State Capitol. They are responsible for creating, debating, and voting on legislation that addresses issues within their district. The California State Assembly has 80 districts. Each represents a population of at least 465,000 Californians. Representatives are elected to the Assembly for a two-year term. Every two years, all 80 seats are subject to election. Members elected before 2012 are restricted to three two-year terms (six years) in the Assembly. Those elected in or after 2012 are allowed to serve 12 years total across both the state Senate or Assembly. This term, Democrats currently hold a two-thirds supermajority of 56 seats in the California State Assembly, while Republicans hold 19 seats. One seat is held by an Independent and four seats are currently vacant.

     

     

     

     

    The District


    California’s 24th Assembly District includes parts of Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. Democrats have held this district since 2012. Of the registered voters in this district, 50% are Democrat and 15% are Republican, and the district’s demographic breakdown is 16% Latino, 54% Asian, and 4% Black. The most recent election results show that AD-25 voted for Biden for president in 2020 by 43 points and Newsom for governor in 2018 by 41 points.

     

     

     

     

    The Race


    Assm. Alex Lee is running for reelection to this seat, which he won in 2020. He is being challenged by a former assemblymember, Democrat Kansen Chu, a current at-large member of the Berryessa Union School District Board of School Trustees who held this seat from 2014 to 2020. Lee’s campaign has raised more than $450,000 and is not funded by corporate PAC, fossil fuel, police, or real estate money. While Chu received a Courage Score of 100 in 2021, Chu’s campaign is funded by police, corporate, and insurance money.

    In 2020, Chu abstained from voting on a measure that allows voters to decide whether the state’s ban on affirmative action should be repealed.

     

     

     

     

    Our Endorsement


    Assm. Lee, a past legislative policy advisor in the California State Senate and Assembly, has called the South Bay home for all his life. According to campaign materials, Assm. Lee is running for reelection to continue to challenge entrenched special interests and to combat the housing affordability crisis. Assm. Lee won his 2020 election against a Republican challenger by 49 points, even as he was outspent 15 to one.

    Assm. Lee’s priorities for his current AD-25 district this year have included eight bills protecting consumers and residents; seven of them have successfully passed the Assembly. Six have passed the Senate and been signed into law. He currently serves on the Public Safety, Transportation, and Education Committees. He scores a 100 out of 100 on Courage Score, our annual analysis of legislators’ progressive voting record. Based on our Courage Score analysis, Assm. Lee has supported the most progressive bills that made it to a vote. Most notably, on his first day in office, Lee introduced AB 20, the Clean Money Act, which will eliminate corporate special-interest money in elections. He has sponsored legislation in favor of environmental protection and cosponsored legislation in furtherance of consumer protection, rent stabilization, and limiting police militarization.

    Prior to his election to the State Assembly, Assm. Lee interned at the district office of former Congressman Mike Honda and several California legislators. He is a longtime champion of public safety, education, housing, and seniors.

    Assm. Lee has received the endorsement of a number of elected officials across the state, including U.S. Senator Alex Padilla, State Assemblymember Ash Kalra, State Senator Scott Weiner, and the API and LGBTQ+ Legislative Caucuses. He also has the endorsement of many progressive groups in the district, such as Sunrise Silicon Valley, South Bay Progressive Alliance, and East Bay for Everyone. Based on our analysis, Assm. Lee’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that he will continue to be a progressive champion for the constituents of AD-24 and will govern effectively in the best interest of this diverse district.

     

     

  • Democrat

    Rob Bonta

    Courage Endorsed
    Courage Endorsed
  • Reelect Attorney General Rob Bonta to keep California on the right track for progress.

     

    The Position

     

    The state attorney general acts as the lead attorney and law-enforcement official for the state of California, and has oversight of over 4,500 state-employed district attorneys, investigators, police officers, and administrators. The attorney general executes a variety of responsibilities in the state, including representing the people of California in criminal and civil matters in court, coordinating statewide law-enforcement efforts, providing legal counsel to state agencies, and managing special projects to protect the rights of Californians. California has 58 elected district attorneys who report to the attorney general, one for every county in the state. The attorney general is elected for a four-year term and may serve a maximum of two terms in office. This office has traditionally been held by Democrats, including current U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Xavier Becerra, and current Vice President Kamala Harris.

    Democrat incumbent Rob Bonta was appointed to this seat by Governor Gavin Newsom in March 2021, after Secretary Becerra was appointed to the Biden administration’s cabinet. Attorney General Bonta is the first Filipino American to serve in this role. The most recent election results show that Becerra won the statewide election in 2018 with 64% of the vote.

     

     

     

    The Race

     

     

     

    There are four candidates running in the primary for attorney general: Democrat Incumbent Attorney General Rob Bonta, Independent challenger and Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert, and Republican challengers Nathan Hochman and Eric Early. Attorney General Bonta’s campaign has raised over $2 million, and is not funded by fossil fuel, police, or real estate donations. Schubert’s campaign has raised $833,000, and has received donations from over ten police organizations across the state. She has also received significant donations from billionaire Angelo Tsakopoulos and his family, who work in real estate development. Hochman’s campaign has raised $900,000 and has not committed to refuse fossil fuel, police, or corporate PAC money. He is backed by a significant number of individual donors with connections to real estate, and has also received over $20,000 from companies connected to Jeong Hwan Kim, who pled guilty to tax crimes in 2017 in a case prosecuted by the attorney general’s office. Early’s campaign has raised $235,000, and has not committed to refuse fossil fuel, police, corporate PAC, or real estate money in his campaign. He previously ran for attorney general in 2018.

     

     

     

    Our Endorsement

     

     

     

    Attorney General Rob Bonta, a civil rights attorney, is from Alameda, CA. Prior to his appointment to the attorney general’s office, he was elected to serve three terms in the California State Assembly as the representative from the 18th District. According to campaign materials, Attorney General Bonta is running for reelection to continue his focus on resolving systemic injustice across the state through action on environmental justice, labor rights, and corporate accountability.

    Attorney General Bonta’s priorities for California this year include establishing stronger protections for victims of hate crimes, working toward regulations that protect consumers from unjust corporate behavior, and creating a more equitable criminal-justice system. His office recently secured a judgment requiring Amazon to pay a $500,000 fine and adhere to a stricter process of reporting workplace COVID-19 prevention efforts and recorded infections to the company’s employees and the state. Attorney General Bonta has been outspoken about other forms of consumer and workplace protections, including recent efforts to curb robocalls and spearheading a nationwide investigation into targeted marketing tactics from Instagram and Meta Inc. He has also taken aim at the housing crisis with the creation of the Housing Strike Force and an online Housing Portal designed to address access, affordability, and equity. These new initiatives will enforce housing-development laws, reaffirm tenant rights, provide consumer protection and alerts, and provide legal advocacy for the right to housing.

    In his first several months in office, Attorney General Bonta has demonstrated a collaborative approach to his work locally, and an interest in leveraging his position for national impact. In California, he has established the Office of Community Awareness, Response, and Engagement (CARE) to communicate directly with underrepresented community and advocacy groups in the state. This office is designed to advance equity, and to ensure that the work of the attorney general’s office is inclusive for diverse perspectives. Nationally, he has been proactive in partnering with state attorney generals across the country to file briefs on legislation of national importance, including a public opposition to Texas’s recent abortion ban (SB 8).

    During his time in the State Assembly, he was an effective legislator who worked on bills related to climate protections, criminal justice and prison reform, immigrant rights, and housing protections. Bonta scored a lifetime score of 98 out of 100 on Courage Score, our annual analysis of legislators’ progressive voting records. Based on our Courage Score analysis, he supported the most progressive bills that made it to a vote.

    Prior to his election to the State Assembly, Attorney General Bonta served as a deputy city attorney for both the City and County of San Francisco, as an elected member of the Alameda Health Care District Board of Directors, as board president for the Social Service Human Relations board, as board president for Alternatives in Action, and as chair of the Economic Development Commission. He is a longtime activist in the ongoing fight for racial, economic, and social justice.

    Attorney General Bonta has received the endorsement of an overwhelming number of elected officials across the state, including U.S. Senator Alex Padilla, Secretary of State Dr. Shirley Weber, State Controller Betty Yee, State Senator Sydney Kamlager, and State Senator Scott Weiner. He is also endorsed by several progressive groups, including SEIU CA, NARAL Pro-Choice CA, and California Teachers Association. According to our analysis, Attorney General Bonta is the strongest choice for equitable and representative leadership in office. Based on our analysis, Attorney General Bonta’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that he will continue to be a progressive champion for all Californians and will execute his responsibilities effectively in the best interest of this diverse state.

     

    Last updated: 2022-05-11
  • Democrat

    Shirley Weber

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  • Reelect Secretary of State Shirley Weber to keep California on the right track for progress.

     

     

    The Position


    The secretary of state acts as the lead records officer for the state of California, and manages an office of 500 civil-service employees responsible for ensuring transparency and accessibility in elections, campaigning, business records, and legislative advocacy. The secretary of state’s office has a significant responsibility for election implementation and integrity, as it produces information pamphlets for voters in ten languages, provides statewide testing and approval for voting equipment, maintains the voter database, and certifies the official candidate lists and the official election results. The secretary of state’s office also oversees the filing and disclosure of campaign-finance information, the management of business records, the safeguarding of statewide address confidentiality, and the maintenance of registries for domestic partnerships and advance health-care directives. The secretary of state is elected for a four-year term and may serve a maximum of two terms in office. This office has traditionally been held by Democrats, and most recently by current U.S. Senator Alex Padilla.

    Democrat incumbent Shirley Weber was appointed to this seat by Governor Gavin Newsom in December 2020, after he appointed Sen. Padilla to fill Vice President Kamala Harris’s open Senate seat. Secretary Weber is the first Black person to hold this position. The most recent election results show that Padilla won the statewide election in 2018 with 64% of the vote.

     

     

     

    The Race


    At this time, Democrat Secretary of State Shirley Weber is running unopposed to maintain her seat. Secretary Weber’s campaign has raised over $490,000, and is not funded by corporate PAC money. She has not publicly refused to take fossil fuel donations, and has received police donations from the California Correctional Peace Officers Association PAC, and real estate donations from the California Real Estate PAC.

     

     

     

    Our Endorsement


    Secretary Shirley Weber, a former San Diego State University professor and longtime member of the California State Assembly, is originally from Los Angeles, and lived in the greater San Diego area for over 30 years. According to campaign materials, Secretary Weber is running for reelection to further strengthen election integrity and transparency in the state, and to work toward expanded access to voting for all Californians.

    Secretary Weber’s priorities this year include increased outreach to formerly incarcerated Californians to align election practices to the recently passed Proposition 17, which returns voting rights to parolees, to strengthen businesses across the state, and to upgrade the cybersecurity system to ensure that all California elections are protected from interference. As a public servant, Sec. Weber has established herself as a collaborative leader focused on supporting communities that have been under-resourced. In her first months in office, Secretary Weber has worked to establish connections with groups working to improve election information and engagement, including education professionals who can reach young voters and formerly incarcerated individuals now eligible to vote.

    As a member of the State Assembly, she sponsored bills on a variety of issues, including school safety, full-day kindergarten, reducing the use of deadly force by police, and strengthening the CalFresh program. Her successes also included environmental cleanup, increasing food access for food-insecure communities, establishing protections for residents of long-term nursing facilities, and lowering the cost of childcare. She scored a lifetime 93 out of 100 on Courage Score, our annual analysis of legislators’ progressive voting records. Based on our Courage Score analysis, Sec. Weber supported nearly all progressive bills that made it to a vote. That said, prior to her appointment to the secretary of state seat, she did not support lowering the voting age to 17.

    In 1972, early in her career, Secretary Weber founded the Department of Africana Studies at San Diego State University, and taught there for forty years. She also served as president of the National Council for Black Studies from 2002 to 2006, as president of the San Diego Board of Education from 1988 to 1996, and as chairperson of San Diego’s Citizens Equal Opportunity Commission. Secretary Weber holds three degrees from UCLA and has been a longtime champion of the power of well-funded and well-staffed public education.

    According to our analysis, Secretary Weber is the strongest choice for equitable and representative leadership in office. Based on our analysis, Secretary Weber’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that she will be a progressive champion for all Californians and will execute her responsibilities effectively in the best interest of this diverse state.

    Last updated: 2022-04-28
  • Democrat

    Malia Cohen

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  • Elect Malia Cohen to be the next state controller to keep California on the right track for progress.

     

     

    The Position

     

     

     

    The state controller acts as the lead fiscal authority for the state of California, which is the fifth-largest economy in the world. The state controller manages an office of 1,400 public servants responsible for the disbursement of financial resources across the state. The state controller’s office oversees audits of funds distributed to state agencies and programs, acts as a steward for unclaimed property that falls to state possession, provides accounting and reporting services for government entities, and manages payroll accounting and data for state employees. The state controller also serves as a policy liaison to a variety of finance organizations, including the state’s two pension funds, CalPERS and CalSTRS, and the California Franchise Tax Board. The state controller is elected for a four-year term and may serve a maximum of two terms in office. This office has traditionally been held by Democrats, and is currently held by two-term Controller Betty Yee. The most recent election results show that Controller Yee won the statewide election in 2018 with 65% of the vote.

     

     

     

    The Race

     

     

     

    There are four candidates running for this seat, including Democrats Malia Cohen, Yvonne Yiu, and Ron Galperin, and Republican Lanhee Chen. Cohen’s campaign has raised $316,000, and is not funded by police money or corporate PAC money. Democratic opponent Yiu has raised $548,000, of which $455,000 has been self-donated. She has had an additional nine donors to her campaign, and has not received police, corporate PAC, or real estate donations. Democratic opponent Galperin has raised $26,000, and is not funded by police, corporate PAC, real estate, or fossil fuel money. Republican Chen’s campaign has raised $945,000, and has received funding from a real estate organization. The remainder of his fundraising has come almost entirely from large-dollar individual donors.

     

     

     

    Our Endorsement

     

     

     

    Malia Cohen, a member of the California State Board of Equalization, is a lifelong Californian. According to campaign materials, Cohen is running for election to pursue a more equitable economic foundation for Californians through investments in housing, job programs, health care, and education. She believes that accountability and transparency in fiscal leadership is essential to closing the state’s significant equity gap, and that she can play a critical role in guiding financial decisions that will benefit previously neglected communities.

    As controller, Cohen hopes to create a more efficient system to connect unclaimed property to individuals who have ownership rights, streamline financial services for Californians who are unbanked, and create a Golden State Stimulus program that will ensure that residents have the resources they need to cover their basic living expenses.

    Cohen has an extensive resume and significant experience in fiscal oversight. As a current member of the California State Board of Equalization representing District 2, Cohen has experience administering statewide policy related to property tax, alcoholic beverage tax, and tax on insurers. Prior to holding this role, she served two terms as a member and president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, where she chaired the Budget and Finance Committee. Cohen has also served as commissioner of the San Francisco Employee Retirement System (SFERS), which manages the city’s municipal pension fund. In each of these positions, Cohen has kept equity in focus and has worked to leverage her role to create opportunities to establish more inclusive policies. In her elected roles, she was instrumental in implementing a free community college program in San Francisco, co-authored the Fair Chance Ordinance for individuals reentering the workforce after incarceration, and championed the creation of a Department of Officer Accountability for the San Francisco Police Department. She also worked to divest SFERS investments from fossil fuels and thermal coal investments to bring a more ethical foundation to the pension system. These and other efforts demonstrate her deft ability to use her knowledge and authority to return benefits to communities that have been historically marginalized and disadvantaged by fiscal and public policy.

    Democrat Yvonne Yiu, the current mayor of Monterey Park, is running on a platform that centers on financial-information security and expanding financial-skills training to reach young people, immigrants, women, and other diverse communities through the creation of a new Office of Financial Empowerment. While she is dedicated to using the authority of the office to advocate for issues related to climate, the LGBTQIA+ community, and racial injustice, she has not provided a comprehensive outline for how her work as controller would benefit these progressive priorities beyond the creation of the Office of Financial Empowerment.

    Malia Cohen has the endorsement of many elected officials in the state, including Congresswoman Karen Bass, current State Controller Betty Yee, State Attorney General Rob Bonta, Secretary of State Dr. Shirley Weber, State Senator Sydney Kamlager, and State Senator Scott Weiner. She has also received the endorsement of some progressive groups in the district, including NARAL Pro-Choice California PAC, California Federation of Teachers, Elect Black Women PAC, and a variety of trade organizations, including UNITE Here PAC. Based on our analysis, Cohen’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that she will be a progressive champion for Californians and will govern effectively in the best interest of this diverse state.

     

    Last updated: 2022-05-11

County Races

Depending on where you live, you may have the below county races on your ballot.

  • Elect Pamela Price to push Alameda in the right direction.

     

     

    The Position


    Each of the 58 counties in California elects a district attorney to manage the prosecution of criminal offenses related to the violation of state and county laws. The district attorney has investigative authority, manages the apprehension of individuals identified through the investigative process, and holds charging and prosecutorial power. The work of the district attorney includes Municipal and Superior Court operations, and serving as a legal liaison to the grand jury. The county Board of Supervisors provides financial oversight to the district attorney’s office, but holds no operational power over their work. District attorneys are elected to four-year terms in office.

     

     

     

     

    The District


    Alameda is California’s seventh most populous county, with a population of over 1,600,000. Alameda’s district attorney oversees an office of 150 deputy district attorneys, and the prosecution of criminal offenses across the county and unincorporated areas. Alameda County has a demographic breakdown of 22% Latino, 26% Asian, and 13% Black.

     

     

     

     

    The Race


    There are three candidates running for this seat, including Pamela Price, Chief Assistant District Attorney Terry Wiley, and Deputy District Attorney Jimmie Wilson. Incumbent Nancy O’Malley is retiring after 12 years as the Alameda DA. During the 2017 Alameda DA elections, O’Malley and 31 of her employees, including current challenger Terry Wiley, were alleged to have violated campaign ethics by using government email accounts to discuss campaign issues and seek donations to fund attacks against Price, who was challenging O’Malley. O’Malley’s office has not commented on the complaint. Price’s campaign has raised over $193,000, raised by more than 850 individual donors, and is not funded by corporate PAC, real estate, fossil fuel, or police money. Wiley’s campaign has raised $344,000, and received significant early donations from four former employees of the DA’s office. He has also received donations from real estate interests. Moreover, while Wiley has pledged not to accept donations from police associations and unions, he would accept endorsements. Price has said she would accept neither. Jimmie Wilson’s campaign raised more than $200,000 in 2021, and his biggest donor is a former CEO of credit card company VISA, while much of his other support comes from defense attorneys and current and former prosecutors.

     

     

     

     

    The Recommendation


    Pamela Price, a civil rights attorney, is a longtime resident of the Bay Area. According to campaign materials, Price is running for election to provide justice to the community, address ineffective and inequitable fines and fees related to criminal justice, and implement effective reentry programs for returning citizens, assisting in removing barriers to employment and education.

    Price is a survivor of the Ohio juvenile justice and foster-care systems who went on to graduate from Yale and UC Berkeley Law School. Price started her professional career as a criminal defense attorney in San Francisco. In 1991, she started her own firm in Oakland, and for 30 years represented victims of wrongful termination and sexual assault, as well as discrimination based on sex, age, religion, disability, and race. In 2016, Price was elected to the Alameda County Democratic Central Committee, and was reelected in 2020. She is a longtime supporter of gender and racial justice. As a community activist, Price co-founded the Bay Area Defense Committee for Battered Women and was appointed to serve on the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, which protects the rights of poor and immigrant communities. Price has received multiple congressional awards for her community service.

    Price is endorsed by many progressive groups and leaders in the district, including Dr. Angela Davis, Alameda Progressives, Our Revolution East Bay, and Progressive Democrats of America - Oakland Chapter. Based on our analysis, Price’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that she will be a progressive champion for the constituents of Alameda and will govern effectively in the best interest of this diverse district.

     

     

    Last updated: 2022-05-11

    Pamela Price

    Elect Pamela Price to push Alameda in the right direction.

     

     

    Pamela Price

    Elect Pamela Price to push Alameda in the right direction.

     

     

  • Non-Partisan

    Sajid Khan

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  • Elect Sajid Khan to push Santa Clara County in the right direction.

     

     

    The Position


    Each of the 58 counties in California elects a district attorney to manage the prosecution of criminal offenses related to the violation of state and county laws. The district attorney has investigative authority, manages the apprehension of individuals identified through the investigative process, and holds charging and prosecutorial power. The work of the district attorney includes municipal and superior court operations, and serving as a legal liaison to the grand jury. The county Board of Supervisors provides financial oversight to the district attorney’s office, but holds no operational power over their work. District attorneys are elected to four-year terms in office.

     

     

     

     

    The District


    Santa Clara County is California's 6th most populous county, with a population of more than 1,900,000. Santa Clara County’s district attorney oversees an office of 196 deputy district attorneys, and the prosecution of criminal offenses across the county and unincorporated areas. Santa Clara County has a demographic breakdown of 26% Latino, 34% Asian, and 3% Black.

     

     

     

     

    The Race


    There are three candidates running for this seat: incumbent Jeff Rosen, Sajid Khan, and Daniel Chung. Khan’s campaign has raised $238,000, primarily through individual donors, and is not funded by real estate, corporate PAC, police, or fossil fuel money. District Attorney Rosen’s campaign has raised $484,000, and has received donations from real estate organizations. Chung’s campaign has raised $13,000, primarily through individual donations.

    Incumbent DA Rosen has been criticized for pushing back against SB 1391, which bars the prosecution of 14- and 15-year-olds as adults and for failing to press charges on sexual violence cases. Rosen has also received endorsements from law-enforcement leadership. Candidate and Deputy District Attorney Daniel Chung has filed a federal lawsuit against Rosen, claiming Rosen retaliated against him for writing a critical op-ed.

     

     

     

     

    Our Endorsement


    Sajid Khan, a public defender in Santa Clara County, is from San Jose. According to campaign materials, Khan is running for election to address the root causes of crime, end mass incarceration, promote rehabilitation, hold police accountable, combat systemic racism, and build a justice system that honors the dignity and safety of all people.

    Khan served as public defender in San Jose for 13 years. He is a long-time defender of people’s constitutional rights and against systemic racism and mass incarceration. He has advocated for people in more than 40 jury trials in adult court and 25 court trials in juvenile court. His priorities are to end mass incarceration, dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline, and to stand up to police misconduct. Khan has worked with public defenders, defense attorneys and community organizations across the country, training them in how best to serve and humanize the people who public defenders represent. He is also an active member of the Progressive Democrats for Social Justice, a newly chartered Santa Clara County Democratic Party Club. In 2016, Khan received The Heart of the Office Award for his service to the community and the people he represents. In 2020, he was again recognized for his achievements, receiving the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice Skip Glenn Award for Excellence in Advocacy. He has pledged to be an advocate for legislative reforms that reduce mass incarceration and address systemic racism. In 2016, Khan was critiqued by some advocates for penning a piece defending Brock Turner's “lenient” sentence, contextualizing his position within a broader value system of resisting the idea that justice is achieved through jail time, which disproportionately harms people of color.

    Khan is also endorsed by Assemblymember Alex Lee, Real Justice PAC, and Sunrise Silicon Valley. Based on our analysis, Khan’s track record and policy positions demonstrate that he will be a progressive champion for the constituents of Santa Clara and will govern effectively in the best interest of this diverse district.

     

     

    Last updated: 2022-05-11

    Sajid Khan

    Elect Sajid Khan to push Santa Clara County in the right direction.

     

     

    Sajid Khan

    Elect Sajid Khan to push Santa Clara County in the right direction.