PUEBLO Action Fund is a 501(c)4 non-profit economic and environmental justice organization dedicated to building the political power and leadership of low-income residents throughout Santa Barbara County.
Terri Zuniga for City Council ELECTED! •Santa Maria resident for over 50 years, Supervisor of Victim Witness Program, former director of Domestic Violence Solutions •Will provide transparency and access to our local government
•Bring living-wage jobs to our community •Increase funding for affordable housing •Support public safety for families and children<
Hannah-Beth Jackson for State Senate ELECTED! •Hannah-Beth Jackson is an educator, former State Assembly member, and former Deputy District Attorney
•Promotes better access to healthcare and education
•Authored a bill to protect children from pesticides
•ONLY State Senate Candidate endorsed by the Democratic Party, The United Farm Workers, and the California Federation of Teachers
Lois Capps for Congress ELECTED! •Lois Capps is a congress member and former nurse
•Supports more funding for education and the DREAM Act
•Advocates for affordable healthcare for all
•Increase funding for affordable housing and support families struggling through foreclosures
John Hollinshead ELECTED! Santa Maria Bonita School District
Adriana Perez Santa Maria Joint Union High School District Board
Hilda Zacarias ELECTED! Allan Hancock College Board
Mike Cordero for Santa Maria City Mayor •Will increase public input on safety •Supports more protections for renters
Toru Miyoshi for Santa Maria City Treasurer •Former city councilmember and county supervisor •Will restore transparency and a check and balance to government •Will increase public input on how taxpayer dollars are spent
Pedro Paz for Santa Barbara School Board ELECTED!
•Pedro is a product of our local school system, born in Santa Barbara, raised in Goleta, and a graduate of UCSB.
•Bilingual and a Doctorate in Education, Pedro has been a long time community advocate for children and education
•Pedro will work to reduce class size, increase opportunities for all students, and build communication with parents.
Das Williams for State Assembly ELECTED!
•Continues to be an outspoken leader for affordable housing, tenants’ rights, and public transportation •Experience balancing budgets while protecting the vital public services and city jobs that working families need
SUPPORT OUR LOCAL SCHOOLS – VOTE YES ON MEASURES A & B PASSED
•Measure A will provide funding for critical programs like math, science, technology, foreign language, and arts in our Local Junior High and High Schools here in Santa Barbara and Goleta.
•Measure B will provide funding for programs in our Local Elementary Schools
•YES on Prop 30: Protects funding for schools and public safety [PASSED!]
•NO on Prop 32: Creates special exemptions for billionaires to buy elections[DEFEATED!]
•NO on Prop 31: Locks California into underfunding education, health and services [DEFEATED!]
•NO on Prop 33: Auto insurance rate hike [DEFEATED!]
•YES on Prop 34: Repeals death penalty and replaces with life without parole [DEFEATED]
•YES on Prop 36: Reforms “three strikes” law to focus on violent offenses [PASSED!]
•YES on Prop 37: Labeling of genetically engineered foods [DEFEATED]
•NO on Prop 38: Flawed, will cause immediate cuts for schools [DEFEATED!]
•YES on Prop 39: Taxes corporations to fund clean energy [PASSED!]
•YES on Prop 40: Keeps our communities together in same districts [PASSED!]