California

ELECTION DATE: General elections are on November 5, 2019. Los Angeles Unified School District elections are on March 5, 2019.

You can find out who currently represents you and your district number here.

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London Breed

SEAT: Mayor, San Francisco

PARTY: Democratic 

ISSUES: Homelessness, housing, clean streets, jobs, criminal justice reform

*Has identified as African American/Black

 
 
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Cynthia Gonzalez

SEAT: LA Unified School District 5

PARTY: Non Partisan

ISSUES: Provide schools local autonomy, college and career readiness, full wrap-around services, educational equity

*Has identified as Latinx

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Denise Diaz

SEAT: State Senate, District 33

PARTY: Democratic 

ISSUES: Transparent government, support local business, immigrant rights

*Has identified as Latinx

 
 
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Graciela Ortiz

SEAT: LA Unified School District 5

PARTY: Non Partisan

ISSUES: Reduce class sizes, increase funding to schools, increase resources to students with special needs, ensure safety in all schools

*Has identified as Latinx/Mexican

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Ana Cubas

SEAT: LA Unified School District 5

PARTY: Non Partisan

ISSUES: Reduce class sizes, increase funding to schools, increase resources to students with special needs, ensure safety in all schools

*Has identified as Latinx/Salvadorian