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Sydney Kamlager is the leading Democratic candidate for California’s 30th Senate District in Los Angeles. Currently she represents the 54th Assembly District.

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3 weeks ago

Cristina Garcia
I will always prioritize victims!California Legislative Women's CaucusSenator Sydney Kamlager Sydney KamlagerThank you Asm Cristina Garcia and the California Legislative Women's Caucus for your advocacy as we fight to #prioritizesurvivors. AB 124 represents long overdue criminal justice reform that couldn't have happened without your hard work!For more on how we’re seeking #Justice4Survivors, read #AB124 here: leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=202120220AB124 ...
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This week's AICCU School of the Week is Antioch University Los Angeles! Antioch LA is located in Los Angeles CA in the Senate district of Senator Sydney Kamlager. #AICCUsotw #CAHigherEd ...
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2 months ago

Mia Bonta
#PressRelease 21 CURRENT AND FORMER STATE LEGISLATORS ENDORSE MIA BONTA FOR ASSEMBLYALAMEDA, CA - Today 21 current and former members of the State Legislature endorsed Mia Bonta’s campaign to represent California’s 18th Assembly District, highlighting Mia’s growing support from her would-be colleagues in Sacramento. Mia has already earned major endorsements from the California Legislative Black Caucus, Secretary of State Shirley Weber, State Treasurer Fiona Ma, and many East Bay leaders. The latest round of endorsements includes:✅ State Senator Sydney Kamlager, SD-30✅ State Senator Steven Bradford, SD-35✅ Former State Senator Art Torres, SD-24 (1982-1994)✅ Assemblymember Kevin McCarty, AD-7✅ Assemblymember Jim Cooper, AD-9✅ Assemblymember Rudy Salas, AD-32✅ Assemblymember James C. Ramos, AD-40✅ Assemblymember Chris Holden, AD-41✅ Assemblymember Richard Bloom, AD-50✅ Assemblymember Miguel Santiago, AD-53✅ Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, AD-56✅ Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer, AD-59✅ Assemblymember Jose Medina, AD-61✅ Assemblymember Autumn Burke, AD-62✅ Assemblymember Mike Gipson, AD-64✅ Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva, AD-65✅ Assemblymember Brian Maienschein, AD-77✅ Assemblymember Christopher Ward, AD-78✅ Former Assemblymember Sandré Swanson, AD-16 (2006-2012)✅ Former Assemblymember Johan Klehs, AD-18 (1992-1994; 2004-2006)✅ Former Assemblymember Ian Calderon, AD-57 (2012-2020)“It’s an honor to have the support of so many leaders whom I deeply admire from across California,” Mia Bonta said. “There’s a lot of work to be done in Sacramento to help Californians recover from this pandemic and economic crisis. I feel fortunate to have relationships with many members of the State Legislature so I am able to immediately get to work on economic relief for small businesses and working families, increasing resources for public education, and addressing housing affordability and homelessness should I have the privilege representing the 18th Assembly District.” “I’m thrilled to endorse Mia Bonta for Assembly,” said State Senator Sydney Kamlager. “Mia has the knowledge and relationships to hit the ground running in Sacramento, which is exactly what we need as we work to rebuild from this pandemic. I know she will be a strong ally in our fight for racial, economic, and environmental justice.”“Over the past two decades, Mia Bonta has become a pillar of our East Bay community,” said former Assemblymember Sandré Swanson. “Her work on behalf of our children and schools has impacted positively countless lives. Mia Bonta, who is President of the Alameda School Board, I believe will bring a valuable perspective to the State Legislature as our leaders work to recover from the multiple crises of this past year. As the former Assemblymember, proudly representing the people of our district, I have appreciated Mia’s support of my legislative work on behalf of our children. I’m pleased to endorse and enthusiastically support Mia Bonta for the 18th California Assembly District.” “I’m endorsing Mia Bonta because she has both a deep understanding and a dedicated passion for children’s issues,” said Assemblymember Christopher Holden. “As lawmakers, we have a responsibility to build a better world for the next generation and Mia has the background and vision to help us build that better world.” “Everyone who knows me knows my biggest priority in the Assembly is climate change,” said Assemblymember Richard Bloom. “I’m endorsing Mia Bonta because she shares my vision for a cleaner and greener California, especially for low-income communities that have been plagued by the adverse effects of pollution and environmental destruction. Mia will be a champion for environmental justice in her home district, and she has my full support.” “As a woman of color and a Latina, Mia can speak to the experiences of so many Californians who deserve to have their voices represented,” said Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia. “She will be a phenomenal ally in Sacramento as we work to improve access to services for immigrant families and lend a helping hand to undocumented members of our community. I’m proud to endorse Mia for Assembly and I would be delighted to have her as a colleague.”“I’m proud to be a leading voice on the issues of maternal mental health and student debt resources in the State Assembly,” said Assemblymember Brian Maienschein. “I have no doubt that given Mia’s own background and experiences working with students and young families, she will also be a vocal supporter of these important issues should she be elected. I’m pleased to endorse her campaign to represent the 18th Assembly District.”“I endorse Mia Bonta for Assembly because she shares my vision for a more inclusive and equitable California,” said Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer. “Furthermore, she already has the relationships and expertise to be an effective colleague in the Assembly on her very first day. I look forward to supporting throughout her campaign and hopefully working alongside her in the State Legislature.” Mia Bonta has also received endorsements from BART Board District 7 Director Lateefah Simon, Oakland City Councilmember Sheng Thao, San Leandro City Councilmember Corina López, Alameda Unified School Board Member Megan Sweet, Alameda Unified School Board Student Members Brian Lin, William Lau, and Henry Mills, and former Alameda Councilmember Jim Oddie. ...
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