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It's Time to Build a Better California

It's Time to Build a Better California

It's Time to Build a Better California

Let's make California work for everyone.

Let's make California work for everyone.

Proven Leadership & Working Class Values

Proven Leadership
Working Class Values


We need universal preschool, reinvestment in K-12, & tuition-free college again.

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Build an Economy that Works for Everyone

It's time to take on the greed that has hurt the middle class through declining wages and rising costs.

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Healthcare for All

Healthcare should be a right, not a privilege reserved for the wealthy.

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SF Chronicle: California's next governor will have plenty of school work

Delaine Eastin Bottom line: “We’ve built one new UC since 1995, along with three (California State University campuses) and nine community colleges. In the same period, we’ve built 23 prisons.” K-12: Eastin has long called for universal preschool and full-day mandatory kindergarten. “When states like Georgia can find a way...

SF Bay Guardian: Delaine Eastin for Governor

It’s astonishing that in an age clamoring for more female representation, the only credible woman running for governor of California has gotten so little attention. The race has been dominated by Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, who was a terrible mayor of San Francisco, a worthless Lite Guv who sued his...

Oakland Post: Tenants Gather Signatures to Put Anti-Rent Control Measure on Ballot

Supporters of the repeal of the state anti-rent control law, the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, rally Monday in front of Oakland City Hall. Oakland Councilmember-at-Large Rebecca Kaplan is speaking, and to her right are candidate for governor Delaine Eastin and City Councilmember Dan Kalb. Photo by Ken Epstein.

Pasadena Now: First Asian Pacific American Gubernatorial Debate

The debate was moderated by Richard Lui, of KNBC-4, and Seema Mehta, of The Los Angeles Times. Questions centered around healthcare, housing, environment, language accessibility and education. Democrat Gavin Newsom did not attend the event. His office did return calls or emails from Pasadena Now. Asked about the hot-button immigration issue,...

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