AD67: Murrieta, Winchester, Terra Cotta Area
What are Assembly District Delegates?
Every two years, the CA Democrats elect 7 self-identified females and 7 other than self-identified females from each Assembly District in CA as delegates to the state party. Those who are elected will have a chance to vote for the new party chair and other leadership. The race is hotly contested and will determine how welcoming, grassroots-focused and innovative the party becomes or how beholden it will remain to big money interests.
Delegates elect Party officers, endorse candidates for statewide, legislative and congressional office, attend the annual convention, network with other Democrats, represent your constituency, promote the California Democratic Party agenda, and vote to endorse resolutions and ballot measures.
You get 14 votes for delegates, 1 of which you must also vote for Executive Board Representative.
Voting Time & Location
Date: Saturday, January 26, 2019
Doors Open: 10:00am
Candidate Speeches Begin: 10:30am
Registration & Voting: 11:00am-1:00pm
Kay Ceniceros Senior Center
29995 Evans Rd.
Menifee, CA 92586
*Any registered Democrat living in the district is eligible to vote. On-site voter registration is available for those not registered as Democrats.
Can We Count on You to Come Vote?
Your Progressive Candidates
Teacher and former Executive Board member for the teachers of Temecula Valley Unified School District
Professor at a Hispanic Serving Institution
Classified Employee – Murrieta Valley Unified School District
Labor Advocate for the California School Employees Association
Vice President of the Temecula Valley Democrats Club
20 years working in the health care, environmental, telecommunications and youth development fields
Retired International Business Professional
Board Member of Democrats of South West Riverside & Area coordinator for California Clean Money.
Current Executive Board Representative for AD67
Morgan Singleton II
Teacher and Father
Your Progressive Executive Board Candidate
Vote for Delegate AND Executive Board Rep.
My name is Lisa Andres and I am currently an Assembly District Delegate (ADEM) in Assembly District (AD)-67. I am seeking re-election, if I may have the privilege of your vote. Additionally, now that I have two years experience as an ADEM and all that it entails (meetings, caucuses, and state conventions), I am seeking election to the ADEM Executive Board. I am ready for the additional responsibilities required for this step up. In addition to my experience during my first term as an ADEM, I am also a 20 year civil servant with a County department, and I’m vice-president of my labor union, CAPE (AFL-CIO). I have many years of leadership experience, both of large groups and small clubs and committees.
Most importantly, I am a 35+ year resident of Riverside County, I can see what the residents of this District need and deserve, and GOP politicians aren’t delivering to this emerging center of industry, education, and growth. Our people here are often forgotten, but just as much as our brethren by the coast, we deserve healthcare for all, paid college tuition, a clean environment for our children, good jobs that lead to careers, and educations that can take our youth and adults to higher levels. These things are not reserved just for the elite. They belong to us here in the Inland Empire as well. We need more people to fight for us on the local, state, and even federal levels.
If you will vote to re-elect me as an Assembly District Delegate (ADEM) for AD-67 AND choose me for Executive Board, I will continue to work as your voice to the State Democratic Party. Thank you for your consideration.
As a teacher for the last 19 years, it would be an honor to serve as a female delegate in Assembly District 67 for the State Democratic Party. Having been an Executive Board member for the teachers of Temecula Valley Unified School District, I have gained much knowledge and am humbled by the dedicated people who enrich the lives of children. Using the experience I have gained, I would love to serve the people of District 67.
I would like to be a part of building a more inclusive Democratic Party, focusing on values that improve the lives of disadvantaged populations, while protecting our environment. As a professor at a Hispanic Serving Institution, I have devoted my career to helping college students achieve their goals to improve their lives. I will support candidates that promote policies that improve the lives of the people in my region.
I work as a classified employee in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District. As a classified employee, I am a member of our great union, California School Employees Association. It is imperative that, in order to ensure that quality public education is available to EVERY student in California, the elected officials of our state support public education and make it a priority. As an elected delegate, I promise to make every decision to support that priority.
My name is Valerie Hollins and I am a current member of the Democrats of Hemet/San Jacinto and have represented the District as a delegate in the past. I currently am a labor advocate for the California School Employees Association and have been on staff for 15 years. Prior to that I was a union representative for the Disneyland Resort. Labor issues are my passion and I volunteer countless hours to helping the cause of working people. I am also the President of my own staff union Association Employees Union (AEU) and have served in that role for 3 years, working on my second term currently. I have also served as the Vice-President for two terms and the Chief Union Steward for 3 terms. I am very active in my union and the advocacy for our staff.
I have lived in Hemet since 2005 and have a good understanding of the challenges facing Hemet and Riverside County. Both of my kids graduated from the Hemet School District and we were all active in the District political system, whether it was budgets, school busing or LCFF funding, we advocated on behalf of the students, parents and the school employees that were effected.
I have worked many hours phone banking, text banking, and precinct walking for Democratic candidates in Southern CA for as long as I have been a labor advocate and a parent. We are living in perilous times and it is going to take everyone of us to stand up and push back on the inequities we see rising against us all.
I will work hard as an advocate for the 67th Assembly District and as a representative of the Democratic Party. Thank you for your consideration.
I serve as VP of the Temecula Valley Democrats Club. In 2018, I actively supported our endorsed candidates by texting, calling, writing postcards, canvassing and registering voters.
I want to help shape a democracy where no one is denied a good education and excellent health care because of cost, where people of all ages can live in a safe and healthy environment, and where everyone is treated justly and compassionately.
Real democracy celebrates diversity and advocates for the well-being of as many as possible ; it ought not cater to the power and privilege of the few.
I am a lifelong Democrat. I am an active member of our local Democratic Club and also involved in other grassroots organizations. I would like to do my part to help make California a cleaner, safer and more equitable place.
With nearly 20 years working in the health care, environmental, telecommunications and youth development fields, I am keenly aware of the challenges that lie ahead in our communities. Access to quality health care and education are fundamental needs as is the protection of our environment. I pledge to support programs that address the broader needs of our population, so that we can advance as whole to achieve our American dreams.
Is it possible to balance a budget while providing universal healthcare, affordable college, creating clean energy jobs and economic equality? I think it is. I am a husband, a father and retired, with a background in International Business. I’ve also served on the board for non-profit organizations. I became extensively involved in politics two years ago. I am looking for Democrats who share my progressive values as well as maintain their personal integrity, honesty and ethics. I would be humbled and honored to have your support in the fight.
I’m a board member of Democrats of South West Riverside and, area coordinator for Calif Clean Money. I’m running to to give the people at the grass roots level a fair voice in party decision making.
As a grassroots activist, I joined the efforts to improve the lives of our community by supporting candidates who believe in providing Single Payer Health Care, Tuition-Free College and an Equal, Living Wage (amongst other liberal values we hold dear). Any ONE of these solutions can positively transform someone’s live in a positive way. Imagine if we could get all three. As your representative, I will be respectful of your support and vote by staying true to our values. And, of course, I will be available to you.
My name is Joseph “Jay” Pflugh, and although I am a Philadelphia native, I have lived here in Riverside County for over three years now. I had the privilege of attending the California State Democratic Convention last year, and when they called California the Big Blue Beacon of Hope, I believed it. This state has already afforded me more opportunities than I ever had before.
But we can do better. I believe healthcare is a human right, and that every student deserves an education without crushing loan debt. We need to maintain our environmental protections, reduce our dependence on petroleum and work towards green technologies to preserve our way of life. I ask for your vote for Assembly District Delegate for AD-67 so that I can be your voice to work for what we all deserve.
It has been my honor to serve as AD 67’s Executive Board Representative the past six years. Thank you! This year I’m running to serve as an ADEM 67 delegate only. I would appreciate your support.
Morgan Singleton II
I have lived in AD-67 for over 10 years and am committed to building the the community and party in the space I call home. I was immersed in the ins and outs of party politics this last election cycle when my wife ran for office. As a teacher and father, I am deeply connected to the issues and concerns of the area and would be honored to represent the Democrats of AD-67 as their delegate.