Murder and robbery rates are 62% above the national average. Auto theft is twice the national average. +Zoe has been a sponsor of the Defund Police Act of 2021, and has pressed Congress to give stimulus checks to convicted felons. Her opponent, Peter Hernandez, supports our police and is committed to make Salinas neighborhoods more safe.
Salinas ranks in 83rd Percentile of Dangerous US Cities
Our country is living in very difficult times because of the division that has been created by allowing individuals to decide which party best represents their values & principles.
To tell the truth, it is very difficult for a person to find all his ideals represented in one party. For example, Latinos & Latinas can find our ideas of a better immigration system in one party, while the other party respects our fundamental rights as living beings. Nevertheless, both parties are working to build a prosperous economy that allows us to have a decent & well-paying job.
I launched a candidacy to unify minorities from California Congressional District 18 and to see our ethnic groups better represented in U.S. Congress. But also to put an end to the unlimited re-elections of a group of legislators from both parties; those who have had permanent power for decades. That’s why I have now considered the only option we have in District 18 to increase the strength of our minority communities is to support the candidacy of:
Through his work ethic, I’ve seen his vision that seeks to improve the immigration processes for our county. Peter supports a better economic policy that benefits the middle working class & low-income minorities. His work is a constant reflection of his respect for our rights enshrined in the Constitution.
Mark Meuser – Constitutional Attorney, and candidate for US senate
Shannon Grove – State Senator
Liz Lawler – City Councilwoman Monte Sereno, candidate for State Assembly
Rowena Turner – City Councilwoman Monte Sereno
Don Gage – Retired Santa Clara County Board of Supervisor, and Gilroy Mayor
Gino Borgioli – Morgan Hill Council member
Marie Blankley – Gilroy Mayor
Dion Bracco – Gilroy City Councilman
Carol Marques – Gilroy City Councilwoman
Butch Lindley – Former Monterey County Supervisor
Connie Conway – Congresswoman CA22, Former Speaker of California Assembly
Bob Cooke – Special Agent in Charge, Retired California Department of Justice
Liz Silva – City of Gonzales Council Member
Mike LaBarre – King City Mayor
Oscar Soto – Pajaro Valley Unified School District Board Member
Linda Chavez – Alum Rock Union Elementary School District Board Member
Frank Chavez – Chavez Jewelers
Kevin Dayton – Government Affairs Liaison, Salinas Valley Chamber Of Commerce
LEXIT Movement, Inc.
Farm Bureau Monterey
California Parents Union
Santa Clara Police Officers’ Association
California Department Of Justice
Patriots For Freedom PAC
Silicon Valley Republican Women
Silicon Valley Republicans
South County Congress Of Republicans
Santa Cruz GOP
SAN BENITO GOP
CA Congress of Republicans
Santa Clara Police Officers’ Association
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