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We Also Endorse:
Terra Lawson-Remer, Chris Ward, Jane Lea Smith, and Mike Levin

Terra Lawson-Remer – Board of Supervisors This race is one of the most important on the ballot, because it will determine control of the Board. Terra has a stellar resume that positions her to hit the ground running on our most complex challenges, including climate change and sustainability, open space protection, housing, jobs, healthcare and transportation. Her opponent is a Trump clone who directed $100,000 in public funds to a questionable charity. For more details, see our endorsement of Terra for the March primary here: http://bit.ly/TLR-MAR Terra’s site: https://www.terralawsonremer.org/

Chris Ward – 78th State Assembly We endorse Chris Ward for Assembly. As a SD City Councilmember, he’s created a strong record on environment and climate change, economic security, housing, homelessness, and equality, proving his effectiveness and his strong values. His endorsers include Todd Gloria, who currently holds the seat, and Sen. Toni Atkins. https://voteforward.com/

Jane Lea Smith – SDUHSD Trustee Area 4 We recommend Jane Lea Smith, a parent, business owner and former special education teacher and principal committed to collaboration who pledges collaboration and stakeholder engagement, as the best choice to steer the District through the extraordinary challenges our schools face today. https://www.smith4sandieguito.com/

Mike Levin – 49th Congressional District We have been extraordinarily well-represented in Congress these past two years, with Mike’s high-energy and thoughtful leadership on a wide range of issues, ranging from SONGS nuclear waste and climate change to doing right by our veterans. His town hall meeting at Del Mar’s Town Hall showcased his deep engagement on important issues and his core values. He’s the right leader for us in D.C.


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