​Over this last weekend I was honored to join Nina Turner as a keynote speaker at Uphill Media’s Town Hall for Progressive Democracy, discussing the importance of building inclusive and corporate-free grassroots power. In Richmond I saw that when people get active and get organized, change is possible! People power is how we passed a $15 minimum wage, along with California’s first new rent control law in 30 years, and forced the oil giant in our city, Chevron, to pay millions more in taxes while limiting their pollution. It was truly an amazing experience to speak to so many passionate activists and organizers, I invite you to check it out!

The purpose of my campaign is simple: organize and build progressive corporate-free power across California. When I am elected, I will not stop! This movement is not about me, it is about us. It will take thousands of Californians actively fighting for change for us to create a California where we put people above profits.

On this #GivingTuesday, I ask you to dig deep and make this possible. On this day last year, folks like you gave more than $168 million dollars to amazing causes across the country. Imagine if just a fraction of that money went to progressive corporate-free candidates across the country!

This Giving Tuesday let’s not only support the causes we believe in, but the corporate-free candidates that fight for us. Your donation is powerful.

Click here to make a contribution of any size to my campaign that takes ZERO corporate cash!

Thank you for your support. Remember, when we fight, we win!