Title: Support Pilar Schiavo for Assembly
Location: IBEW 6
Start Time: 17:30
I’m writing to invite you to join us in supporting my friend, Pilar Schiavo, who is running for California Assembly and she needs our help! Pilar worked with us for 13 years in San Francisco and the Bay Area as the Political Director for the SF Labor Council, Legislative Aide to then Supervisor Tom Ammiano, and as a political and community organizer for California Nurses Association. During that time she helped pass HealthySF, raise the minimum wage, safe St. Luke’s Hospital, strengthen immigrant rights, and fight for racial and environmental justice.
Pilar has fought for our community and stood in solidarity with us. Now she needs our help to get to Sacramento and continue that fight for guaranteed healthcare, worker protections and good jobs, and to address our housing affordability and homelessness crisis. As a grassroots candidate refusing contributions from oil, pharma and big corporations – donations from our community are essential for her. If she’s going to come out as the clear leader in this race, and make her first and most important fundraising reporting goal in June, she’ll need all of our support. She’s running in Assembly District 38, in north Los Angeles & Ventura Counties. This is a purple district where Christy Smith flipped it to blue in 2018, but a republican just flipped it back after five democrats jumped in the race and split the vote, leaving the two republican candidates in the general. We can help Pilar flip AD 38 back to blue, with not just any candidate, but one that’s a champion for our community.
Please RSVP to join us along with friends, labor and community leaders to show we have Pilar’s back, because we know she will fight for us every day in Sacramento.
Tuesday, June 15
RSVP HERE for San Francisco Location or Zoom Details. Space is very limited and we are asking that those who attend in person bring a proof of vaccination card.
Mike Casey, Unite Here
Olga Miranda, SEIU Local 87
Kim Tavaglione, San Francisco Labor Council
Rudy Gonzalez, San Francisco Building Trades Council
James Ruigomez, San Mateo Building Trades Council
Tim Paulson, former SFLC & SFBTC
Tom Ammiano, Former Assemblymember & SF Board Supervisor
David Campos, Co-Chair CA Democratic Party
Sheila Chung Hagen, Community Leader
Matt Haney, San Francisco Board of Supervisors
Shaw San Liu, Community Leader
Hillary Ronen, San Francisco Board of Supervisors
Levels of Support
$4,900 – Host
$2,500 – Co-Host
$1,000 – Champion
$500 – Supporter
$250 – Friend
For questions, contact Kim Tavaglione at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 740-4461.