Bernie 2020 Working Group supporters
Katrina Bergstrom July 27 2019·
You should have received a link last night to vote for the creation of DSA-LA’s Bernie 2020 Working Group - please vote YES today!
Voting is open for one week. ... See More — with Alex Wolinetz, Amarnath Ravva, Zenaida Huerta, Angelica Duenas, Olivia Gamboa, Shawnee Badger, Wendy Fagioli Ruiz, Marlin Medrano, Bobbie McGowan, Joshua Smith, Henry Huerta, Ezra Pugh, Lisa Kendall, Jeanna Harris, Kristina Meshelski, Nick Roth, Erika Feresten, Tina Fredericks, Jeanine Rohn, Jane Demian, Frances Yasmeen Motiwalla, Andrew Swetland, Aaron Balanta Holloway, Hsingii Tseng Bird, Josh Goodman, Isaac Lieberman, Ankur Patel, Sophie Eupp, Brandon Rey Ramirez, Chris Roth, Taiji Miyagawa, Symone Baptiste, Gabe Gabrielsky, Reed Heisley-Shellaby, Rachel Miller, Jack Suria Linares, Jeremy White, Mason Mineo, Gabbi Pierce, Rebecca Prediletto, Don Ward, Mark Masaoka, Rachel Reyes, Jessica Salans, Nina Eliasoph, Francisco Cendejas, Una Lee Jost, Paul Song, Don Irwin, Chris Myers, Charles Du, Eugene Pesikov, Katrina Bleckley, Kat Valentine, Rob Quan, Jenni Chang, Tom Pike, Evan Geary and Maikiko James.
Standing for AD 53
In 2019 Chris Myers stood from AD 53 for the California Democratic Party Central Committee.
Chris Myers is a food bank worker, focused on community engagement and fundraising to end hunger and malnutrition. He is running again to be an assembly district delegate and continue to hold party legislators accountable to the needs of poor and marginalized people. During his current term, he has fought to make the party more accessible, endorse progressive candidates, and challenge the dominant narrative of the corporate-controlled establishment. As the only deaf assembly district delegate in the state, he has used the role to build a bridge between the Democratic party and the deaf community.
He is a member of Democratic Socialists of America, and has successfully pushed Democrats in his community to support labor, immigration, and healthcare for all. He sees climate change, corporate influence, and social justice among some of the biggest issues that will need to be tackled in the near future. The time is now for ordinary people to seize extraordinary power. The future is at stake.