Denis Recendez

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Denis Recendez

DSA delegate

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In 2020 Michelle Parias, Denis Recendez, Janet Hurtado were candidates for Bernie Sanders delegates.

Standing for AD 48

In 2019 Denis Recendez stood from AD 48 for the California Democratic Party Central Committee.

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As your delegate for Assembly District 48, I will continue to fight for legislation that allows everyone to be healthy and productive members of our community and economy; Medicare for All, tuition-free college, fighting the climate crisis, affordable housing, a living wage and more.

I believe that the Democratic Party is once again on the right track and must continue in the direction of fighting for the needs of the working class and the poor. I also believe the influence of big money in our politics is what keeps us from achieving legislation that truly helps the people.

Originally inspired into action by the Bernie Sanders campaign, I have been involved in many corporate-free campaigns. Recent campaigns that I have been involved in include SB 562 (legislation to bring a Medicare for All type program to California), Maria Estrada for Assembly, Charter Amendment B (the campaign start work on establishing a Public Bank of Los Angeles) and Proposition 10 (to protect renters).

I am the current VP of Programs for the Democrats of Pasadena Foothills and member of the Feel The Bern Democratic Club, Our Revolution, Healthcare for All California and DSA-LA.

I am a lifelong resident of the San Gabriel Valley, a proud resident of Azusa and happily provide customer service in the field of information technology for a private college.[1]

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