Endorsements

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South Bay Labor council

The South Bay AFL-CIO Labor Council represents more than 100,000 workers across numerous sectors of the employee workforce.
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SCC Democratic Party

Elections in Cupertino are nonpartisan, but the Democratic Party has decided that JR best represents its value, such as first class schools & affordable healthcare.
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SCC League of Conservation Voters

The League of Conservation Voter supports environmentally oriented candidates and ballot measures within Santa Clara County.  
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Santa Clara and San Benito Counties Building and Construction Trades Council

Represents over 35,000 highly trained and highly skilled construction workers, who are committed to improving life in Silicon Valley by upgrading area buildings, roads, sewers, bridges and other structures.
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IFPTE LOCAL 21

Represents public sector workers across the bay area, including workers for the city of cupertino.
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Silicon Valley stonewall democrats

Stonewall Democratic Club has been the home for progressive Democrats who are members of the LGBT community.
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Silicon Valley Youth democrats

democratic club for young voters and advocates in the community.
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Silicon Valley asian pacific American democeatic club

Created by the collective action of several Asian american civic and community leaders, the Silicon Valley Asian Pacific American Democratic Club (SVAPADC) was founded  to increase the participation of Asian Pacific Americans in political and electoral processes. 

State leaders trust JR 

City Councilmembers are only as effective as the collaborations they build with other leaders. Our current City Council has isolated our city from our strongest leaders and partners. JR will take a collaborative approach to solve our greatest issues, and that's why these leaders all support JR

CongresswomanANna Eshoo

Representing Santa clara, san mateo, santa cruz counties

AssemblymembeR Evan Low

Representing cupertino, campbell, saratoga, los gatos, and san jose 
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Senator Dave Cortese

Representing Cupertino, Los Gatos, Campbell, Saratoga, Monte Sereno, and San Jose communities

Senator jim beall (fmr.)

represented cupertino and a majority of santa clara county 
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Assemblymember Paul Fong (fmr.)

Represented Cupertino, Los Gatos, Campbell, Saratoga, Monte Sereno, and San Jose communities
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Assemblymember ash Kalra

Representing most of san jose 
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Assemblymember Alex Lee

Representing San Jose, Milpitas, Fremont
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Assemblymember Marc Berman

Representing Cupertino, Santa Clara County, and San Mateo county

Our school leaders believe in JR

Cupertino is well known for its incredible schools, with top ranking elementary, middle, and high schools. De Anza is often recognized as the number one community college in the state. Yet our schools are facing severe problems, such as a plumetting enrollment rate due to fewer new families being able to afford to live here. JR is supported by the entire Foothill-De Anza  School District Board, the majority of the Cupertino Union School District Board, and the entire Fremont Union High School District Board.

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president Patrick ahrens

president of foothill-de anza community college district board (includes cupertino)
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president Naomi Nakano-Matsumoto

President of the fremont union high school district board (includes cupertino)
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Vice president sylvia leong

Vice president of Cupertino union school district board
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vice president rosa kim

vice president of the Fremont UniOn high school district
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Vice president laura casas

Vice president of the Foothill-de anza community college board 
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trustee Lorien Cunningham

Board member & fmr president for the cupertino union school district board
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trustee Phyllis Vogel

Board member & fmr president for the cupertino union school district board
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Trustee bill wilson

Board member for the fremont union high school district board 
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Trustee jeff moe

Board member for the fremont union high school district board 
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trustee pearl cheng

Board member & fmr. president for the foothill-de anza community college board
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trustee gilbert wong

Board member & fmr. president for the foothill-de anza community college board
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trustee peter landsberger

Board member & fmr. president for the foothill-de anza community college board
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trustee peter Ortiz

representative for the santa clara county board of education
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Trustee Roy Rocklin

Board member for the fremont union high school district board 
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trustee Rosemary Kamei

representative for the santa clara county board of education
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trustee Brian Wheatley

Represents san jose unified school district

Cupertino leaders back JR 

JR is supported by TEN former Cupertino mayors, who believe in his campaign to restore integrity at City Hall. This is a historic record for number of past Cupertino Mayors who support a candidate.

Cupertino leaders back JR 

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Cupertino city  councilmember Hung wei 

Represents Cupertino
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Cupertino mayor Dolly Sandoval (Fmr.)

Represented cupertino
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Cupertino mayor rod sinks (fmr.)

represented cupertino
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cupertino mayor richard lowenthal (fmr.)

represented cupertino
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Cupertino mayor orrin mahoney (fmr.)

Represented cupertino
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Cupertino mayor savita vaidhyanathan (fmr.)

Represented
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Cupertino mayor sandy james (Fmr.)

represented cupertino
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Cupertino mayor gilbert wong (fmr.)

Represented cupertino
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Cupertino mayor Barry chang (fmr.)

Represented
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Barbara Rogers

Represented Cupertino
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Commissioner vignesh swaminathan

Chair of the cupertino sustainability commission
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Commissioner Connie Cunningham

Housing Commissioner for the city of cupertino

Regional leaders support JR 

Our most significant issues require regional collaboration and strong relationships with our partners across the South Bay. Whether the concern is climate change, housing affordability, safety, transit, or healthcare, we depend on our neighboring cities for developiong strong, effective programs and policies.

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County supervisor cindy chavez 

Represents san jose on the santa clara county board of supervisors
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County Supervisor Susan ellenberg

RepresentsSanta Clara, Campbell, much of west San Jose on the santa clara county board of supervisors
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los gatos mayor rob rennie

Represents the city of los gatos 
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Mountain view Mayor Lucas Ramirez 

Represents the city of mountain view
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Sunnyvale vice mayor alysa cisneros

Represents the city of sunnyvale
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Mountain view councilmember Ellen Kamei

Represents the city of Mountain view
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Mountain view councilmember Margaret abe-koga

Represents the city of Mountain view
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Santa Clara Councilmember Sudhanshu "Suds" Jain

Represents the city of santa clara
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Campbell Councilmember sergio lopez

Represents the city of campbell
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san jose councilmember pam foley

represents the city of san jose
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san jose councilmember sylvia arenas

represents the city of san jose 
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san jose councilmember Raul peralez

represents the city of san jose 
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gilroy councilmember rebeca armendariz

represents the city of gilroy
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Sunnyvale councilmember omar din

Represents the city of Sunnyvale
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santa clara councilmember Anthony becker

represents the city of santa clara
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milpitas councilmember anthony phan

represents the city of milpitas