Local 1021 Endorsements

Local 1021 has announced its November election endorsements, and topping the list are the fights to pass Proposition 30 and defeat Proposition 32, plus two board of supervisors races that could tip the balance of power in two of our most difficult counties: Susan Gorin in Sonoma and Rhodesia Ransom in San Joaquin.

View a complete list of all Local 1021 endorsements by county:
Alameda County
Amador County
Butte County
Calaveras County
Contra Costa County
Del Norte County
Marin County
Mendocino County
Napa County
Sacramento County
City and County of San Francisco
San Joaquin County
Shasta County
Solano County
Sonoma County
Yolo County

Alameda County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

U.S. Congress, House of Representatives
CD 11 – George Miller
CD 13 – Barbara Lee
CD 15 – Pete Stark
CD 17 – Mike Honda

U.S. Congress, Senate
Dianne Feinstein

State Senate
SD 7 – Mark DeSaulnier
SD 9 – Loni Hancock

State Assembly
AD 14 – Susan Bonilla
AD 15 – Nancy Skinner
AD 16 – Joan Buchanan
AD 18 – Rob Bonta, Abel Guillen (dual endorsement)
AD 20 – Bill Quirk
AD 25 – Bob Wieckowski

Board of Supervisors
District 2 – Richard Valle

Alameda County Ballot Measures
B1 – YES (Transportation tax)
F – YES (City of Albany sales tax)
I – YES (Chabot/Las Positas parcel tax)
J – YES (Oakland school bonds)
M – YES (City of Berkeley watershed bonds)
N – YES (City of Berkeley pool bonds)
O – YES (City of Berkeley parcel tax for pools operations)
P – YES (City of Berkeley Gann tax override)
Q – YES (City of Berkeley technical change in utility tax)
R – NO (City of Berkeley)
S – NO (City of Berkeley)
T – NO (City of Berkeley)
U – NO (City of Berkeley)
V – NO (City of Berkeley)

BART Board
District 3 – Rebecca Saltzman
District 5 – John McPartland
District 7 – Maria Alegria
District 9 – Tom Radulovich

Oakland City Council (ranked choice voting)
District 1 – 1. Dan Kalb
District 3 – 1. Nyeisha DeWitt, 2. Alex Miller-Cole, 3. Derrick Muhammed
District 5 – 1. Mario Juarez
District 7 – Sheryl Walton, Larry Reid (open endorsement)
At-Large – 1. Rebecca Kaplan

Oakland City Attorney (ranked choice voting)
1. Jane Brunner

Oakland School Board (ranked choice voting)
District 1 – 1. Jody London
District 3 – 1. Jamoke Hodge, 2. Richard Fuentes
District 5 – 1. Rosie Torres
District 7 – 1. Alice Spearman

City of Berkeley, Mayor
Kriss Worthington

Berkeley City Council
D-2 – Darryl Moore (incumbent)
D-3 – Max Anderson (incumbent)
D-5 – Laurie Capitelli (incumbent), Sophie Hahn (open endorsement)

Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board
Alejandro Soto-Vigil, Judy Shelton, Asa Dodsworth, Igor Tregub

City of Fremont, Mayor
1. Bill Harrison, 2. Anu Natarajan (ranked choice)

Fremont City Council
John Dutra, Sue Chan, Vinnie Bacon (open endorsement)

Fremont School Board
Lily Mei (incumbent), Reshma Kripineni, Ann Crosbie

San Leandro City Council
D-2 – Ursula Reed
D-4 – Darlene Daevu
D-6 – Jim Prola

Hayward School Board
Sara Lamnin, Peter Bufete, John Taylor

San Lorenzo School Board
Jim Sherman (incumbent), Penny Peck

Peralta Community College Board
Area 1 – Bill Withrow
Area 2 – Jurena Storm
Area 4 – Nicky Yuen
Area 6 – By Gulassa

Ohlone College District Trustee
Area 2 – Kevin Bristow, Greg Bonaccorsi, Teresa Cox

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Amador County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Butte County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Calaveras County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

Board of Supervisors
District 1 – Gary Tofanelli
District 2 – Bryce Randall

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Contra Costa County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

U.S. Congress
CD 11 – George Miller

State Senate
SD 3 – Lois Wolk

State Assembly
AD 11 – Jim Frazier
AD 14 – Susan Bonilla
AD 15 – Nancy Skinner
AD 16 – Joan Buchanan

Richmond City Council
Marilyn Langlois, Eduardo Martinez

Ballot Measures
A – YES (Contra Costa parcel tax)
D – YES (San Ramon bond)
I – YES (Chabot/Las Positas)
N – YES (Sugar tax)
P – YES (Overturn Citizens United)

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Del Norte County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

U.S. Congress
CD 2 – Jared Huffman

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Marin County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

U.S. Congress
CD 2 – Jared Huffman

State Assembly
AD 10 – Michael Allen

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Mendocino County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

U.S. Congress
CD 2 – Jared Huffman

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Napa County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

State Senate
SD 3 – Lois Wolk

State Assembly
AD 4 – Mariko Yamada

Board of Supervisors
District 2 – Mark Van Gorder

City of Napa
Mayor – Peter Mott
City Council – Scott Sedgley, Alfredo Pedroza

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Sacramento County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

U.S. Congress
CD 3 – John Garamendi
CD 7 – Dr. Ami Bera

State Assembly
AD 7 – Roger Dickinson
AD 9 – Dr. Richard Pan

Sacramento City Council
District 2– Rob Kerth
District 4 – Joe Yee

Sacramento City USD School Board
Patrick Kennedy, Eric Sunderland, Gustavo Arroyo, Diana Rodriguez

School District Measures
Measure Q – YES (School Facilities Bond)
Measure R – YES (School Facilities Bond)

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

City & County OF San Francisco

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

State Senate
SD 11 – Mark Leno

State Assembly
AD 17 – Tom Ammiano
AD 19 – Phil Ting

Board of Supervisors
District 1 – Eric Mar
District 3 – David Chiu
District 5 – Julian Davis, Christina Olague, John Rizzo (triple endorsement, unranked, alphabetical order)
District 7 – No endorsement
District 9 – David Campos
District 11 – John Avalos

BART Board
District 7 – Maria Alegria
District 9 – Tom Radulovich

SFUSD Board of Education
Sandra Fewer, Matt Haney, Gladys Soto, Shamann Walton

SF Community College Board
Natalie Berg, Rafael Mandelman, Steve Ngo

San Francisco Measures
Prop A – YES (Community College Parcel Tax)
Prop B – YES (Parks Bond)
Prop C – YES (Affordable Housing Fund)
Prop D – No endorsement (Municipal Elections)
Prop E – No endorsement (Gross Receipts Tax)
Prop F – NO (Hetch Hetchy)
Prog G – YES (Corporate Personhood)

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

San Joaquin County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

U.S. Congress
CD 9 – Jerry McNerney
CD 10 – Jose Hernandez

State Senate
SD 5 – Cathleen Galgiani

State Assembly
AD 9 – Dr. Richard Pan

Board of Supervisors
District 5 – Rhodesia Ransom

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Shasta County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)


Solano County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

U.S. Congress
CD 3 – John Garamendi

State Senate
SD 3 – Lois Wolk

State Assembly
AD 4 – Mariko Yamada
AD 11 – Jim Frazier

Board of Supervisors
District 1 – Erin Hannigan

City of Fairfield
Measure P – YES (Protect Fairfield)

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Sonoma County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

U.S. Congress
CD 2 – Jared Huffman

State Senate
SD 3 – Lois Wolk

State Assembly
AD 4 – Mariko Yamada
AD 10 – Michael Allen

Board of Supervisors
District 1 – Susan Gorin

Sonoma City Council
Laurie Gallian, Madolyn Agrimonti

Santa Rosa Measures
Measure Q – YES (District Elections)

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

Yolo County

U.S. President & Vice President
Barack Obama & Joe Biden

U.S. Congress
CD 3 – John Garamendi

State Senate
SD 3 – Lois Wolk

State Assembly
AD 4 – Mariko Yamada

Statewide Propositions
30 – YES (Schools & Local Public Safety Protection Act)
31 – NO (Risks to worker safety and environment)
32 – NO (Special Exemptions Act)
33 – NO (Favors auto insurance companies over consumers)
34 – YES (Death penalty repeal)
35 – YES (Human trafficking penalties)
36 – YES (Three Strikes revision)
37 – YES (Genetically engineered food labeling)
38 – NO (State income tax increase)
39 – YES (Funds clean energy jobs, closes corporate tax loophole)
40 – YES (Upholds redistricting of State Senate seats)

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