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

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Diana Reddy

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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Continue to support traditional Democratic values of housing, economic, and environmental justice.
  • Continue to support strategies that reverse negative impacts on communities of color.
  • Continue to be a voice for the disenfranchised, including homeless fragile elderly, disabled, foster youth, and veterans.



Profession:Member, City Council, City of Redwood City
Member, City Council, City of Redwood City — Elected position (2019–current)
Community Organizer, Housing Leadership Council (2010–2018)
Member, Housing & Human Concerns Committee, City of Redwood City — Appointed position (2016–2018)
Administrative Assistant to Superintendent, Sequoia Union High School District (1982–2007)

Community Activities

Leader, Peninsula Interfaith Action (now Faith in Action Bay Area) (1995–current)
Member, San Mateo County Anti-Displacement Coalition (2014–current)
Secretary, San Mateo County Democracy for America (2005–current)
Founder, Fair Rents for Redwood City (2017–2019)
Co-Chair, Peninsula Interfaith Action (2001–2003)


I am a community advocate who has been organizing in Redwood City for more than 20 years. I have championed education, healthcare, and housing throughout that career of advocacy. I served Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County as a Community Builder, organizing in communities and advocating for policies to increase affordable housing. I served on the San Mateo County Living Wage Task Force, a coalition of labor and faith leaders working with electeds to ensure living wage protections for local workers. I served on the City of Redwood City Housing and Human Concerns Committee. I am a veteran leader and twice served as Co-Chair of Peninsula Interfaith Action (currently Faith in Action Bay Area), where I advocated for schools at the state level and access to healthcare and housing at the county, state, and national levels. I am currently a member of the Working Families Coalition, which advocates for a variety of justice issues throughout the County. In recent years housing has been my focus, because I believe stable housing is the foundation for a stable and healthy community.

Who supports this candidate?

Elected Officials (5)

  • Warren Slocum, President, San Mateo County Board of Supervisors
  • Diane Howard, Mayor, City of Redwood City
  • Janet Borgens, Member, City Council, City of Redwood City
  • Larry Moody, Member, City Council, City of East Palo Alto
  • Ruben Abrica, Member, City Council, City of East Palo Alto

Individuals (1)

  • Michael Smith, Member, Planning Commission, City of Redwood City

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I currently serve on the San Mateo County Democratic Central Committee as an elected member. I provide real value to the Central Committee as I believe in the traditional Democratic values of advocating for the most vulnerable in our community. I advocate for housing, economic, and environmental justice and believe my presence at the Central Committee table provides a reminder those values are what separate us from other political parties.

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