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'''Yesenia Padilla''' 30, became a member of [[San Diego Democratic Socialists of America]] in 2017. “[In my chapter] we're constantly talking about how to center different voices, in particular those from the LGBTQ community, communities of color, and also just respecting the pre-existing work of the communities that exist,” she tells Bustle. As a Xicanx with Mexican immigrant parents, she says she was also drawn to Democratic Socialists’ work on sanctuary city platforms in [[Los Angeles]], as well as the commitment to universal health care, and the DSA's recent resolution on prison abolition.<ref>[https://www.bustle.com/p/the-women-of-democratic-socialism-prove-the-movement-isnt-just-a-bunch-of-sexist-white-guys-78554The Women Of Democratic Socialism Prove The Movement Isn't Just A Bunch Of Sexist White Guys ByJESSICA WAKEMAN circa August 30 2017]</ref>
 
'''Yesenia Padilla''' 30, became a member of [[San Diego Democratic Socialists of America]] in 2017. “[In my chapter] we're constantly talking about how to center different voices, in particular those from the LGBTQ community, communities of color, and also just respecting the pre-existing work of the communities that exist,” she tells Bustle. As a Xicanx with Mexican immigrant parents, she says she was also drawn to Democratic Socialists’ work on sanctuary city platforms in [[Los Angeles]], as well as the commitment to universal health care, and the DSA's recent resolution on prison abolition.<ref>[https://www.bustle.com/p/the-women-of-democratic-socialism-prove-the-movement-isnt-just-a-bunch-of-sexist-white-guys-78554The Women Of Democratic Socialism Prove The Movement Isn't Just A Bunch Of Sexist White Guys ByJESSICA WAKEMAN circa August 30 2017]</ref>
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==2018 DSA NEC members==
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New National Electoral Committee  Members, as of May 18, 2018 are [[Abdullah Younus]] NYC, [[Adam Parsons]] Columbus, [[AJ Reed]] Quad Cities, [[Alex Nagle]] Philadelphia, [[Allie Cohn]] Knoxville, [[Austin Binns]] Philadelphia, [[Christine Riddiough]] Metro DC, [[Christian Bowe]] Lansing, [[David Greve]] Pittsburgh, [[Dele Balogun]] Chicago, [[Devin McManus]] NYC, [[Felicia Hamilton]] Boulder, [[Jason Clayton]] Metro DC, [[Jessica Culbertson]] Akron, [[Katrina Bergstrom]] Los Angeles, [[Keaton Slansky]] Seattle, [[Lucas Perez-Leahy]] Omaha, [[Mark Masaoka]] Los Angeles, [[Peter Simon]] Denver, [[Rachel Reyes]] Los Angeles, [[Renee Paradis]] NYC, [[Sarah Ganong]] Central Connecticut, [[Spencer Chan]] Chicago, [[Tascha Van Auken]] NYC, [[Yesenia Padilla]] San Diego.
  
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Yesenia Padilla 30, became a member of San Diego Democratic Socialists of America in 2017. “[In my chapter] we're constantly talking about how to center different voices, in particular those from the LGBTQ community, communities of color, and also just respecting the pre-existing work of the communities that exist,” she tells Bustle. As a Xicanx with Mexican immigrant parents, she says she was also drawn to Democratic Socialists’ work on sanctuary city platforms in Los Angeles, as well as the commitment to universal health care, and the DSA's recent resolution on prison abolition.[1]

2018 DSA NEC members

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New National Electoral Committee Members, as of May 18, 2018 are Abdullah Younus NYC, Adam Parsons Columbus, AJ Reed Quad Cities, Alex Nagle Philadelphia, Allie Cohn Knoxville, Austin Binns Philadelphia, Christine Riddiough Metro DC, Christian Bowe Lansing, David Greve Pittsburgh, Dele Balogun Chicago, Devin McManus NYC, Felicia Hamilton Boulder, Jason Clayton Metro DC, Jessica Culbertson Akron, Katrina Bergstrom Los Angeles, Keaton Slansky Seattle, Lucas Perez-Leahy Omaha, Mark Masaoka Los Angeles, Peter Simon Denver, Rachel Reyes Los Angeles, Renee Paradis NYC, Sarah Ganong Central Connecticut, Spencer Chan Chicago, Tascha Van Auken NYC, Yesenia Padilla San Diego.

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