Endorsements

SEIU 1021
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2019 Endorsements

SAN FRANCISCO CITY AND COUNTY

  • District Attorney: Ranked: Chesa Boudin 1st, Suzy Loftus 2nd

  • Mayor: London Breed

  • Proposition A Affordable Housing Bond: Yes on A

  • Proposition B Department of Disability and Aging Services​: Yes on B

  • Proposition C Vapor Products: No on C

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SEIU Local 1021 Endorses the Progressive/Labor UNITY Slate in Assembly District 18 Democratic Delegates Election

Oakland, California: As the California Assembly District Election Meeting for Assembly District 18 on Sunday, January 27 nears, workers united in SEIU Local 1021 have endorsed the Progressive/Labor UNITY Slate, citing the candidates’ experience and effectiveness in advancing progressive issues within the East Bay community. Candidates on the Progressive/Labor UNITY Slate come from a diverse background and experience service the public.

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2018 Endorsements

SEIU1021 endorses candidates in statewide elections, as well as in elections in regions where our members work and live. Our endorsements include Democrats and Republicans — the main criteria is that the candidate supports policies that support working people.

U.S. Senate

Senator: Kevin de León

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SEIU California Endorses Gavin Newsom for Governor

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) California today announced the 700,000-member union’s endorsement of Gavin Newsom as California’s next governor. The endorsement was announced after SEIU California members from across the state participated in the union’s One Voice Town Hall, where members met with the candidates, asked their questions, and then made their selection for the candidate they’ll support now through November.

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SEIU California Endorses Kevin de León for U.S. Senate

Sacramento, CA – The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) California today announced the 700,000-member union’s endorsement of Kevin de León to represent California in the United States Senate. The endorsement was announced after SEIU California members from across the state participated in the union’s One Voice Town Hall, where members met with the candidates, asked their questions, and then made their selection for the candidate they’ll support now through November.