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United States

U.S. House of RepresentativesCandidate for District 15

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Samantha Campbell

17,286 votes (9.8%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Combatting the climate crisis by passing the Green New Deal.
  • Making higher education, including trade schools, debt free or as accessible as possible.
  • Affordable Universal Healthcare for all people in the United States.



Clerical / Theater Technician, New Haven Unified School District (2014–current)
Sales Associate, Hot Topic (2019–current)
After School Educator, East Palo Alto Charter School (2018–2019)


San Francisco State University BA, Communication with a focus in Business (current)
San Francisco State University Minor, Queer Ethnic Studies (current)
Ohlone College Associates, Communication Studies (2017)
Ohlone College Certificate of Accomplishment, Intercultural Communication (2017)
Ohlone College Associates, Business Administration (2017)

Community Activities

Volunteer, Hayward Collective (2019–current)
Vice President, Student Kouncil of Intertribal Nations (SKINS) at SFSU (2018–current)
Member, Bay Area American Indian Two Spirits (BAAITS) (2018–current)

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