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San Mateo County Democratic Party — Democratic PartyCandidate for County Central Committee, Supervisorial District 3

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Victoria Sanchez De Alba

Public Relations Professional
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Representation and Justice for all regardless of immigration status, race, color, religious creed, gender, sexual orientation, disability or age.
  • Health care and wellness for farmworkers with pesticide exposure protections, rights and equity of pay. In addition to medical access and care for the homeless.
  • Engaging our youth to increase voter registration and to Get Out The Vote (GOTV). Collaborate with organizations to engage and build the political power of our young people.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Public Relations Professional
President and Founder, De Alba Communications (www.dealba.net) (2001–current)
Assembly Delegate, AD 22, San Mateo County, California Democratic Party — Elected position (2019–current)

Education

University of San Francisco Bachelor of Arts, Communications, Mass Media with emphasis in Media Law. (1997)

Community Activities

Board Member, San Mateo County Health Care for the Homeless and FarmWorker Health Program (2019–current)
Board Member, University of San Francisco, Women In Leadership and Philanthropy (2018–current)
Advisory Board Member, San Mateo Latino Chamber Committee (2018–current)

Biography

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Elected Officials (1)

  • CA Assemblymember/Speaker Pro Tem, Kevin Mullin

Political Beliefs

Position Papers

Led and co-authored two national resolutions (both passed).

Summary

As an elected Assembly Delegate, Calfornia Democratic Party (CADEM), AD 22, I led and co-authored two national resolutions along with Dan Stegink, AD 22. 

**August 25 2019, the California Democratic Party (CDP) Executive Board unanimously approved Resolution 19-08.13, Titled:

"Encouraging 2020 US Presidential Candidates to Prioritize Humane Immigration Reform in their First 100 Days Plan" with the specific stipulation that it would be distributed to the 2020 Democratic US Presidential Candidates; and  members of the California delegation to the Democratic National Committee.

Resolution 19-08.13 is on page 24: https://www.cadem.org/our-party/standing-committees/body/Resolution-Packet-Floor.pdf#page=24

 

 

Second Resolution:

**June 2019 CADEM Convention, Titled “Resolution Against Citizenship Questions on US Census,” it was one of just 14 approved of the 200 that were submitted: Resolution 19-05.49 is on page 2:  https://www.cadem.org/our-party/standing-committees/body/Resolutions-Committee-Report-Measure.pdf 

 The San Francisco Chronicle featured it on its coverage of the convention: https://www.sfchronicle.com/politics/article/California-Democrats-endorse-14-policy-goals-13917566.php?psid=80MvI 

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