Tina Fredericks

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Tina Fredericks


Carlos Marroquin June 29 2019·

BERNIE 2020 & SoCAL GRASSROOTS ◾️Team Bernie CA 2020 meeting with group of Southern California Grassroots Leaders and Organizers in Chinatown, Downtown LA.


On Tuesday June 25, some of Southern California Grassroots Leaders and organizers came together as we begin our quest to win California for Bernie. Bernie 2020 is here and we will do all we can to bring the winning message to every community ... — with Bill Gallegos, Ben Hauck, Angelica Duenas, Henry Huerta, Jenni Chang, Una Lee Jost, Marggie Castellano, Ronin Ronin, Tina Fredericks, Erika Feresten, Daniel Andalon, Wendy Fagioli Ruiz, Susie Shannon, Samuel Sukaton and Jeanna Harris.


Carlos Marroquin May 26 2019·



Big thanks to my activist brothers and sisters getting ready for CADEM State Convention. Today we shot a promo Video and more. Special thanks ti everyone for coming out. I’m honored working with great leaders. Always on the frontlines in the fight for Medicare for All and organizing the event Erika Feresten. Also thanks to LA’s great organizers Jenni Chang, & Betty Doumas, Mel Tillekeratne, Rigo Vazquez, Tina Fredericks, Cliff Tasner, Michelle Manos, Lauren Hammel, Keith Anthony Sikora, Victor Casas, Ian James.

Bernie 2020 Working Group supporters


Katrina Bergstrom July 27 2019·

DSA-LA members!

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 41

In 2019 Tina Fredericks stood from AD 41 for the California Democratic Party Central Committee.

I’m a second generation Chinese American. My mother went to UC Berkeley when CA public colleges were tuition-free. I’ve lived in Pasadena with my husband and two girls for 8 years. I’m a former public school math teacher. I was a stay at home mom for 8 years and a small business owner for 3 years. Currently I’m a software engineer. Since 2016, I’ve 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. I became the President of Democrats of Pasadena Foothills in 2018 – doubling its membership. I wrote a letter to the CA Senate Health Committee in support of SB 562 Healthy CA Act and got 25 delegates to cosign the letter. As a renter and member of Pasadena Tenants Union, I worked with retired people on fixed incomes, young people struggling to make a living, and long-time residents experiencing steep rent increases.

Those midwest Democrats who voted for Obama twice and voted for Trump in 2016 are not racist – they desperately need a party that fights for them. They need a party that fights for policy that improves their lives in an economic way. This party needs to actively grow its base. More people of color. More working families. More. Young. People. A Bold Platform is the answer to Trump and a sustainable model for Democrats to lead the country into the future. If we are to save the planet in 12 years, status quo with some tweaks is not going to cut it.

Taking back the House in the 2018 midterms should be a testament to our great potential. That if enough of us try, the impossible becomes possible. Americans are waiting to find out what the Democrats are fighting for. Let’s not wait for 2020 to give them an answer. My top priorities for 2019-2021 are supporting rent control/just cause eviction, Medicare for All, a Green New Deal, and passing the Schools and Communities First Act to bring billions of dollars to public schools and social services.[1]