In addition to endorsing our own slate of candidates for U.S. president, state and local offices, Peace and Freedom Party is further endorsing some Green Party candidates running for spots in the U.S. House of Representatives, the State Senate and the State Assembly in Election 2020 California primary to be held on March 3.
The following are those eight candidates; links to official campaign sites and Facebook pages are included. For a list of PFP candidates in Election 2020, please click here.
Robert Christian Richardson —
Peace and Freedom Party endorsee, U.S. House of Representatives, 7th district (includes southern and eastern Sacramento county).
Chris was first inspired to use his problem-solving skills to run for public office in Election 2016. The former VA Medical Center programming specialist, biologist and engineer promises to get the people more of a voice and to right some wrongs in Washington while thinking outside the box on a vast range of issues. For the Chris Richardson for Congress campaign’s Facebook page, click here.
Mike Kerr –
Peace and Freedom Party endorsee, U.S. House of Representatives, 11th district (includes portions of Contra Costa County).
Rodolfo Cortes Barragan —
Peace and Freedom Party endorsee, U.S. House of Representatives, 40th district (includes portions of south and east Los Angeles).
Rodolfo is a progressive champion running against an establishment Democrat who votes to expand military spending while here constituent suffer from the lack of jobs, healthcare and education. Rodolfo believes that the current structure of society is unsustainable, and that capitalism rewards self-interest at the expense of the community. His platform focuses on single-payer healthcare; guaranteed higher education; rent cnotrol; and an end to the security-incarceration complex. For the Rodolfo Barragan for Congress campaign website, click here.
Margaret Villa –
Peace and Freedom Party endorsee, State Assembly, 58th district (includes southeast Los Angeles County).
Margaret is running for California State Assembly to help bring regular, working class people into office to build a government of greens, by and for the people. If elected, Margaret promises to donate a portion of her salary to underserved communities in need. For the Margaret Villa for State Assembly campaign’s Facebook page, click here.