Natalie Higley

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Natalie Higley

2017 People's Summit Bernie delegation

Luis Magana June 13, 2017:

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Still in it, to win it — with Keith A. Rubino for NYS Assembly 118th District, Jeff Marshall, Keith A. Rubino, Lynette McClain, Selina Vickers, Jesica Butler, Ben Schoch, Cleo Dioletis, Jada Peten, Drew Romano, Sarah Scanlon, Carolanne Fry, Leigha LaFleur, Shawnee Badger, Julie Tuck, Jessica Hydle Crowe, Nita Ellenback Lynch, Sole Breeze, Jeff Day, Zenaida Huerta, Annie Naranjo-Rivera, Shawnee Badger, Melissa Demyan, Glee Oeste, Tatum Kenn, Natalie Higley, Steven Abreu, Katrina Bergstrom, Bobbie McGowan, Gabriel McArthur, Zach Denney, Daniel Clark, Sitina Gutierrez, Miranda Gold and Caleb Hansen.

#Cullen4Council

Cullen Tiernan August 23, 2016:

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Putting #FremontFirst and launching our campaign: #Cullen4Council --- please join and support us if you can: www.cullen4fremont.com — with Ruth Riegelhaupt-Herzig, Natalie Higley, Margarita Lacabe, Alison Flemings Buliavac, Ankur Rishi, Ro Khanna, Marco Galluccio, Jeromey Shafer, Raisa Donato and Michele Obermeyer at Old Mission Park.

#California Bernie family

Cullen Tiernan February 28, 2018 ·

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A little slice of heaven, a little slice of our #California Bernie family, and it looks like we’re in control of the lighting now 💡💡💡 — with Ernesto Ascencio Gomez, Brandon Harami, Natalie Higley, Noemi Tungui, Alexis Edelstein, Ashley Smith, Tania Singh, Melissa Demyan, Alison Flemings Buliavac and Luci Riley.

Standing for AD 4

In 2019 Natalie Higley stood from AD 4 for the California Democratic Party Central Committee.

I’m running for re-election to the CDP representing AD4. I got involved more in depth with politics in 2015 with the Bernie Sanders Campaign. I was elected as the first place female delegate for Bernie in Congressional District 3 and attended the convention for him in Philadelphia. It was a very eye opening experience. Two years ago I decided to run for party leadership because I didn’t feel that voices like mine were being represented. I’m from Lake County–which falls entirely within AD4–but very rarely has state level representation.

Last cycle I formed a coalition with groups across the district and created the Progressive Labor Alliance Slate. We were elected with some of the highest vote totals ever recorded in this district because of our efforts to turnout and inspire new voters looking for change within the Party. As your delegate representative I was the AD4 whip for Kimberly Ellis at the convention and had the privilege of working with her team to deliver votes and support resolutions and rules changes within the Party increasing transparency and accessibility.

Since then I’ve worked on red to blue races while fighting for progressive candidates and policy beneficial to working-class Americans. I had the privilege to run Dotty Nygard’s Our Revolution endorsed Congressional Campaign in CD10 against Jeff Denham. I was also able to fill the role of Interim Northern Vice Chair of the Progressive Caucus of the California Democratic Party.

Locally I’ve been active with my Democratic Central Committee, running the Lake County Campaign office during the 2018 general election–successfully electing almost all of our candidates! If re-elected, my main goals include pushing the Party and our elected officials to hold PG&E accountable for the fires that have devastated our region including Lake, Napa, and Sonoma Counties as well as policies focusing on preventative measures. I am also prepared to fight for rural internet access, universal healthcare, protection for our farm workers from unsafe working conditions and unfair pay, cleaning up the environmental devastation in clear lake and local waterways, supporting a Green New Deal for our economy and ensuring that any new officers elected to the California Democratic Party will be fair and transparent in their dealings while working to eliminate the toxic environment within the Party at the state level. I’m running with a slate of candidates on the Rural Progressive Alliance who share these goals and are prepared to work together to execute them.[1]

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