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June 7, 2016 — California Primary Election
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Contra Costa County Democratic Party — Democratic PartyCandidate for Central Committee, District 4

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Dan Jameyson

Democratic
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Educate our friends and neighbors about Democratic Values
  • Help elect great Democratic candidates
  • Support an open and welcoming Democratic Party in Contra Costa County

Experience

Education

California State University, East Bay Master of Public Administration, Public Management (2010)
University of California, Davis B.A., Economics (2004)

Community Activities

Credentials Committee Member, California Democratic Party (2015–current)

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (2)

  • SEIU Local 1021
  • Central Labor Council of Contra Costa County, AFL-CIO

Elected Officials (5)

  • Fiona Ma, Chair of the Board of Equalization
  • Mae Torlakson, Ambrose Recreation and Park District Board Member
  • Karen Mitchoff, Contra Costa County Supervisor, District IV
  • Gabriel Quinto, El Cerrito City Councilmember
  • AnaMarie Avila Farias, Martinez City Councilmember

Individuals (1)

  • Tim McGallian, Concord City Treasurer

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I’ve lived in Concord for about thirty years, and I’ve worked on the front lines of our social safety net for the last ten, through the worst of the Great Recession. I believe that we can achieve an economy that works for working families, rewards job creators, and motivates us all to move ever forward. It will be the defining issue of our time, and we already know how to do it. When our grandparents’ generation stood together in their communities, unions, and congregations, they brought us living wages, public education, and civil rights… our industry and prosperity were the envy of the world.

 

Videos (1)

— May 20, 2016 Dan Jameyson

An expression of my own Democratic values -- being a Democrat is about more than being right on the issues, it's about the values that take us there.

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