Joe Ayala

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Joe Ayala

Support for Bernie Sanders

Joe Ayala pledged support for Bernie Sanders through Labor for Bernie, a "nationwide network of labor activists, backing Bernie Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign."

Simi Valley Democratic Club

Ryan Skolnick January 17 2019:

The Simi Valley Democratic Club has big plans for this year, including a visit to Sacramento !

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Stay tuned! — with Joe Ayala, Francesca Truncale Adams, Ryan Valencia and Mai Nguyen Do at Buffalo Wild Wings.

Supporting Katie Hill

Logan Smith June 14, 2018

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Thank you to everyone who braved the heat to join us today! #MillionsOfJobs #InvestInUs — with Joe Ayala, Lucas Holtz, Stacy Fortner, Laura Taylour Arrowsmith, Robert Gonzalez, Jose Gonzalez and Jim Soliz in Santa Clarita, California.

Bernie supporters

Ryan Skolnick June 28, 2016:

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We helped lead the charge in California. Now we're coming for the rest of the country. #TheWerkNeverStops — with Marlene MacAulay, John Casselberry, Betsy Avila, Bretta Evans, Joe Ayala and Trevor Carl Allen.

Standing for AD 38

In 2019 Joe Ayala stood from AD 38 for the California Democratic Party Central Committee.

I am currently serving my third term as Vice President of NABET/CWA Local 53. My union local represents most of the technicians and engineers who work in the broadcast industry in Los Angeles. Prior to that I served on our local union executive board, and as a shop steward for many years while I was a television news director and KVEA-52, a Los Angeles Telemundo network affiliate. I am a delegate to the Los Angeles County Labor Federation, a member of the Simi Valley Democratic Club, and a voting member of the Ventura Democratic Party Central Committee.

I became politically active in high school, where I worked on a mayoral campaign in my hometown of Laredo, Texas. More recently, I worked with the Katie Hill, and Christy Smith campaigns, as well as the Simi Valley city council and mayoral races. I am seeking re-election for delegate because I believe that I have helped our party get back in touch with the needs of its constituents, but the work is far from over. Working families in California have long been a strong political force for good, and I believe that my standing within the labor community has helped our party to better empathize with California voters.[1]

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