Kimberly Ellis for Chair of the California Democratic Party
Since 2017, Kimberly has bravely run against the Democratic Party machine, and was the first candidate to have the ability to unite Hillary and Bernie voters. In her questionnaire, Kimberly did the best job in addressing how the Party put its thumb on the scale in the 2016 Democratic Presidential primaries, as well as how it cheated in the 2017 Chair’s race. She has been the most outspoken and articulate about how to change the structure of the California Democratic Party and democratize its processes. Given the culture of sexual harassment and bullying within the party, it is also important to elect someone who is committed to drastically changing the culture of the Party. Since 2017, Kimberly has reached out to many local groups on the campaign trail, has surrounded herself with Bernie organizers and will be more likely to listen to the policy suggestions of Berniecrats.
Chesa Boudin for San Francisco District Attorney
Chesa is a bold, progressive public defender who was inspired to fight for criminal justice reform because he grew up with incarcerated parents and understands how harmful our current system is. As a city public defender Chesa has led the fight for our sanctuary city policies, our immigration defense services, and an end to cash bail. As District Attorney he will ensure bad landlords, corporations, blue collar criminals, and police officers are held accountable and will stand up for the working class, black and brown communities, and the LGBTQ. This is the first open race for District Attorney since 1909. Make it count!