Kathy Miller’s campaign for State Assembly continues to build on the campaign’s burgeoning momentum, with the Service Employees International Union California (SEIU California) throwing the full weight of its 700,000 members and 17 unions behind Miller’s candidacy.
“The working men and women of SEIU are proud to stand with Kathy Miller for Assembly,” said SEIU 1021 Regional Vice President Marcus Williams. “Kathy understands how important it is for communities and local governments to have the resources they need for essential services and the frontline workers battling the COVID pandemic. We can count on Kathy to continue being a leader for better healthcare and investments in our communities to ensure economic recovery following this pandemic.”
SEIU California represents more than 700,000 nurses, healthcare workers, janitors, social workers, security officers, in-home caregivers, school and university employees, court workers, and city, county and state employees.
Kathy Miller said: “It is an incredible honor to have the strong support of SEIU California. With so much at stake in the wake of the COVID pandemic, and the current and long term impacts on essential workers risking their lives so that we may continue some semblance of normalcy, it is critical that we do the work necessary so that California can be healthy and prosper once again. In the Assembly, I will stand up for working Californians to have high-wage jobs, access to quality healthcare and retirement security, and look forward to partnering with SEIU California and others.”
SEIU California joins a long list of influential supporters backing Kathy Miller for State Assembly, including the California Democratic Party, Planned Parenthood Advocates Mar Monte, the California Nurses Association, State Treasurer Fiona Ma, Congressman Jerry McNerney, Congressman Josh Harder, Assemblywoman Susan Eggman, and many more. For a full list of endorsements, please visit electkathymiller.com/endorsements.
The general election will be held on November 3rd, 2020. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, every registered voter will receive a mail-in ballot to be able to safely, securely, and easily cast their vote.