Katie Hill

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Katie Hill


Katie Hill won election Congress in 2018. (California 25).

Support from Onward Together

Onward Together supported Katie Hill as a candidate for the 2018 midterm elections.[1]

Living

In July 2010, Hill married Kenny Heslep, an artist. They currently reside in Agua Dulce, California, on their farm where they foster rescue animals. Hill also rents an apartment in Washington D.C. with fellow freshman representative Lauren Underwood.

Education

Hill attended public schools in the Santa Clarita Valley before attending California State University, Northridge, where she earned a Bachelor's degree in English and a Master of Public Administration.

Peace Action

Peace Action endorsed Katie Hill in the 2018 election cycle.[2]

Business and Professional People for the Public Interest

In February, 2010, Katie Hill (2007), JD University of Chicago Law School, BA Stanford University, was a Polikoff-Gautreaux Fellows at the Chicago based Business and Professional People for the Public Interest.[3]

Huerta connection

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Katie Hill with Dolores Huerta.

Radical fundraiser

This past election cycle, Nick Roth became more involved in hands-on political action. Starting in June, I volunteered for then Congressional candidate — now Congresswoman-Elect — Katie Hill. I spearheaded a fundraiser for her that brought together over a hundred individuals, featured Mayor Eric Garcetti and Jane Fonda as additional speakers, and ultimately raised over $32,000 for the campaign. In the months that followed, I assisted with multiple additional fundraisers, organized postcarding, textbanking, and phonebanking events, and mobilized weekend canvassing trips.

Swing Left

Katie Hill for Congress June 30, 2018:

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Steve Pierson and Swing Left have been working to mobilize #CA25 for months. I’m honored to finally be partnering with them to flip our district blue! Thank you for your support!

Katie Hill volunteers

Katie Hill for Congress September 26, 2018:

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With Hannah Yohalem, Becca Kahn, Andrew Kim, Angela Giacchetti and Carmen Chang.

Katie Hill for Congress August 8, 2018:

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We went bowling last night for some good team bonding. Firstly, I’d like to note my team won. Secondly, I’d like to shout out the young woman who took this picture — Who turned out to be an intern for Representative Steve Knight! 😂 — with Andrea Rosenthal, Kristina Farah Bigdeli, Zack Czajkowski, Jillian Klascius, Becca Kahn, Andre Barrios, Hannah Nayowith, Graham Kelly, Ben Steinberger, Kassie King, Morgan Desjardins, Kenny Heslep and Kelsey O'Hara.

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.

Flipped the 25th

Ryan Skolnick November 11, 2018:

Looking determined after flipping the 25th blue, NBD. #TeamKatie — with Morgan Desjardins, Michelle Casiano Kampbell, Mai Nguyen Do, Ryan Valencia, Zack Czajkowski, Nathan Bousfield, Andrew Munson, Lucas Holtz and Katie Hill for Congress.

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Shawnee Badger connection

Shawnee Badger November 7, 2018:

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MAY WE PRESENT YOUR NEXT CONGRESSWOMAN ♥️ Katie Hill for Congress 💜 — with Ankur Patel.

Socialist volunteer

Since 2016, Tina Fredericks worked on a dozen Democratic campaigns, beginning with Bernie Sanders until the 2018 campaigns for Katie Hill and Gil Cisneros. My first action in supporting Bernie was driving to Las Vegas with my then 8 year old knocking on doors. I’ve hosted dozens of phonebanks, canvassing, and volunteer meetings. She became the President of Democrats of Pasadena Foothills in 2018.

Vote Common Good 2018 endorsements

Vote Common Good 2018 endorsements included Katie Hill.

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Congressional Progressive Caucus

Shortly after the 2018 election Katie Hill joined the Congressional Progressive Caucus.

Medicare for All Act

In February 2019 Rep. Pramila Jayapal introduced H.R.1384 - Medicare for All Act of 2019. By May 29 she had 110 co-sponsors including Rep. Katie Hill.

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