× BD5 ELECTION RESULTS
March 6, 2019
With all precincts reporting, Jackie Goldberg is leading with 48.26%, or 12,226 votes counted for BD5 special election. The Registrar is still counting mail-in ballots and provisional ballots. We will keep you posted when the official numbers are posted.
School Board Special Election, March 5
March 6, 2019
With all precincts reporting, Jackie Goldberg is leading with 48.26%, or 12,226 votes counted. The Registrar is still counting mail-in ballots and provisional ballots. We will keep you posted when the official numbers are posted. GET ALL CANDIDATE RESULTS>>
Elect Jackie Goldberg
special election to replace ref rodriguez
During our six-day strike, Jackie Goldberg was a constant presence, speaking at rallies, talking with teachers huddled under umbrellas in the rain and giving fire-up talks to picketers. She was on the line because she knows our fight was not just for a fair contract, but to push back against the wealthy privatizers. Informed by her decades of experience — from classroom teacher to assembly member — Jackie has concluded that "the billionaires have stacked the deck against public schools." READ MORE ON JACKIE>>
PACE is your voice in the political arena
Above, Rachel Maddow explains, "As go unions, so goes the Democratic Party" In 2017, the LAUSD School Board elections became the most expensive in U.S. history when billionaires spent nearly $15 million in outside spending for a seat on the Board. We can fight back with your PACE contributions to help us pay for voter communications, such as direct mail campaigns, phonebanking, precinct walking, social media, TV and Radio Commercials and other means to support political candidates and initiatives who support YOU and to also fight those who want to harm our interests.
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PACE pools the resources of its members and provides a war chest to fund political campaigns aimed at protecting our students, our educators and our rights. We use PACE to support bills and candidates that are pro-equitable education.
PACE is funded exclusively by members of UTLA who choose to join PACE and thereby agree to make modest monthly contributions in addition to their normal UTLA dues.
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Political Director — Position is vacant.
Oraiu manages the overall development, implementation, and evaluation of UTLA’s political field campaigns and UTLA’s efforts to shape policy and legislation in locations through lobbying in Los Angeles, Sacramento and Washington, D.C. Collaboratively, he also directs the building of relationships and accountability between our members, parents, community and elected officials at local, state and national levels, on an organizing, as well as, rank-and file based approach.
Astine leads UTLA field campaigns to pass pro-public education and related legislation and to elect UTLA-endorsed candidates. Such campaigns involve union leadership, professional and other UTLA staff, campaign organizing coordinators, member volunteers and community service volunteers. She also guides the design and implementation of campaigns and political strategies to promote pro-public education and related legislation and policies, and to elect UTLA-endorsed candidates.
Evy provides administrative, technical, and clerical support for the Political and Strategic Research Directors.
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