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Our Endorsements

We are proud to have the endorsements of these organizations and community leaders! Join our movement!

Organizations

ACLU of Southern California

SEIU Local 2015 – California’s Long Term Caregivers

UAW Western States

CHIRLA Action Fund

SEIU Healthcare – Committee of Interns and Residents

Abundant Housing LA

Sunrise Movement Los Angeles

ACLU Pasadena-Foothills Chapter

California Democratic Renters Council

Ground Game LA

Liberty Hill Foundation

Los Angeles Tenants Union – Westside Local

South Pasadena Tenants Union

Coalition for Economic Survival

Justice LA

California Latinas for Reproductive Justice

Social Justice Committee of the Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center

United Caltrans Tenants

Making Housing & Community Happen

Affordable Housing Services

SCA Attorney Services

Democrats of Pasadena Foothills

Union Station Homeless Services

SEIU Local 721 – Southern California Public Service Workers

Unite Here! Local 11

Strategic Actions for a Just Economy

National Day Laborer Organizing Network

Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy

Tenants Together

Pasadena Tenants Union

Glendale Tenants Union

Pasadena For All

All Saints Church Pasadena

BASTA

Progressive Asian Network for Action

Care First South Pasadena

Democratic Socialists of America – Los Angeles

The People’s Resource Center

Pasadena Complete Streets Coalition

Orange Grove Friends Meeting

Washington Square Neighborhood Association

Eviction Defense Network

Los Angeles County Democratic Party

League of Women Voters – Pasadena Area

LA Federation of Labor

National Union of Healthcare Workers

United Healthcare Workers West

Black Lives Matter Pasadena

Pasadena Community Job Center

Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Greater Pasadena

Los Angeles Tenants Union – Vermont Beverly Local

Housing is a Human Right

My Tribe Rise

Throop Unitarian Universalist Church

Community Power Collective

Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment

LA Voice

Pasadenans Organizing for Progress

Housing NOW!

Caltech Young Democratic Socialists of America

Socialists of Caltech

Hamilton Elementary PTA

Indivisible Alta-Pasadena

Individuals

Pasadena community leaders

*Positions are listed for identification purposes only

Jess Rivas

Pasadena City Council Member, District 5

Tina Fredericks

Pasadena Unified School District Board Member, District 6

Brandon Lamar

Human Relations Commission Chair, Candidate for Pasadena City Council District 3

Jason Lyon

Planning Commission Vice Chair, Pasadena City Council Member-Elect, District 7

Steven Gibson

Pasadena City College Board of Trustees Member, Area 3

Yarma Velázquez

Candidate for Pasadena Unified School District Board, District 7

William Paparian

Former Mayor, City of Pasadena; Criminal Defense Attorney

Rick Cole

Former Mayor, City of Pasadena; Executive Director, Congress for the New Urbanism; Special Housing Advisor to the Mayor, City of Pasadena

Jacque Robinson-Bailey

Former Pasadena City Councilmember (District 1)

Michelle Richardson Bailey

PUSD Board Member, District 3

Pat Amsbry

PUSD Board Candidate, District 3

Patrice Marshall McKenzie

PUSD Board Candidate, District 5

Juan Pablo Alban

PUSD Board Candidate, District 7. Owner of Pasadena-based family law firm.

  • Charlotte Lacey, Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, Vice President, Legislative and Government Affairs
  • Scott Harden, Pasadena parent and community leader
  • Joanne Y. Wendler, Pasadena Community Leader
  • Carl Selkin, Professor Emeritus, Cal State Los Angeles
  • Daniel Raikin, Financial Professional
  • John Doyle, California Democratic Party delegate (AD 41)
  • Una Lee Jost, PUSD parent; Attorney; California Democratic Party delegate, AD 41 (2019-2021)
  • Cindy Montoya, California Democratic Party delegate (AD 41); State Lead, Moms Demand Action
  • Tera Landers, Lead Pastor, Throop Unitarian Universalist Church
  • Ryan Bell, Pasadena Northwest Commissioner; President, Democrats of Pasadena Foothills, California Democratic Party delegate (AD 41)
  • Kristine Kwong, Education lawyer; PCC board of trustees member, Area 5
  • Sam BerndtCalifornia Democratic Party delegate (AD 41)
  • Mindy R. Pfeiffer, California Democratic Party delegate (AD 41)
  • Jacinta Mary Lincke, Los Angeles County Democratic Party delegate (AD 41)
  • Ed WashatkaPasadenans Organizing for Progress (POP!) board member
  • Dr. Peter DreierProfessor of Urban & Environmental Policy,  Occidental College
  • Dr. Denise Robb, Professor of Political Science, Pasadena Activist
  • Ciran Hadjian, Candidate for Pasadena City Council, District 7
  • Alton Wang, PCC Board of Trustees member, Area 7
  • Gregory Gibbs, Reverend, Pasadena Buddhist Temple
  • Kira Samuels, Manager, Animal Resource Center

Community leaders across LA County

*Positions are listed for identification purposes only

  • Greg Spiegel, Director of Housing Security for Mayor of the City of Los Angeles
  • Sasha Renée Pérez, Mayor, City of Alhambra
  • Daniel Lee, Mayor, Culver City
  • Konstantine Anthony, Vice Mayor, City of Burbank
  • Megan Sahli-Wells, former Mayor of Culver City
  • Elena Popp, Executive Director, Eviction Defense Network
  • Denis Recendez, LA County Democratic Party delegate; California Democratic Party delegate (AD 48)
  • David J. Melford, Real Estate Broker
  • Jeanine Rohn, California Democratic Party delegate; LA County Democratic Party delegate (AD51); Adjunct Faculty, Art Center College of Design
  • Lois DeArmond, Caseworker, Los Angeles Tenants Union
  • Kimberly Alvarado, Tenant Advocate
  • Sean McMorris, CDP delegate (AD 49)
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