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Democratic Party County Central Committee — Democratic PartyCandidate for Member, Supervisorial District 4

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Alexis Garcia-Arrazola

Public Engagement Coordinator
4,448 votes (17.66%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Housing
  • Climate Change
  • Mental Health

Experience

Experience

Profession:Energy Public Engagement Associate
Energy Public Engagement Associate, Monterey Bay Community Power (2018–current)
eXcellent Transportation Oversight Committee Representative, Transportation Agency for Monterey County — Elected position (2019–current)
Assistant News Producer, Univision Noticias Costa Central (2015–2017)
Congressional Intern, United States House of Representatives (CA D-32) (2017–2017)

Education

California State University Monterey Bay Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Communications, Major: Journalism in Media Studies | Concentration: Legal Studies (2019)
Monterey High School High School (2015)

Community Activities

Intern, The Panetta Institute for Public Policy (2017–2017)

Biography

Alexis Garcia-Arrazola is a Seaside, California native who counts with years of journalistic experience working as a full time reporter for South Monterey County's KRKC News. Alexis also worked for Spanish news station "Univision Noticias Costa Central" from 2015-2017 before halting his career to enter public service.  During his time in Univision, Alexis was able to learn about disparities affecting residents throughout Monterey County. Alexis took his findings as a reporter during the 2016 elections and headed out to Washington, D.C. under the Congressional Internship facilitated by The Panetta Institute for Public Policy. Through this internship, working under Congresswoman Grace F. Napolitano (D-32), Alexis was able to develop a concrete understanding for public policy and issues affecting Californians. 

Upon returning from the Congressional Internship, Alexis has maintained civically engaged, working as a Public Engagement Associate ensuring that the underrepresented throughout the tri-county area are heard, offered resources, and helped. 

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