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November 6, 2018 — California General Election

California State AssemblyCandidate for District 42

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Deniantionette Mazingo

Democratic
Attorney
69,747 votes (44.7%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • The working Poor living on the streets
  • Improving our Education System
  • Pay Equity is not acceptable and is an antiquated system all workers doing the same job must be paid equally.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Attorney / Commissioner For Women
CEO Attorney, DA Mazingo Law Center (2002–current)
Attorney at Law, DA Mazingo Law Center (2002–current)
Commissioner For Women, Third District in Riverside County, California — Appointed position (2013–current)

Education

Howard University School of Law- American University Washington College of Law Juris Doctor - LLM Masters of Law, Law and Government (current)
Juris Doctor from Howard University School of Law/ LLM American University Washington College of Law Juris Doctor, Masters of Law LLM, My concentration was in Law and Government (2000)

Community Activities

National President, President, Vice President, Advisory Board, Las Amigas, Incorporated, Ladies of Charity San Bernardino Diocese, Soroptimist International San Jacinto/Hemet Valley,Menefee and Hemet Valley Medica (2007–current)
National President, Las Amigas, Incorporated (2015–current)
President, Ladies of Charity SanBernardino Diocese (2013–current)
Vice President/Fund Raiser Chair, Soroptimist International San jacinto/Hemet Valley Club (2015–current)
Advisory Board Member, Hemet Valley Medical Center, Meniee Medical Center, Romona Bowl, DVAC (2013–current)

Biography

 

Since moving to Hemet, DeniAntionette Mazingo, has made countless contributions to the community, focusing on improving the lives of those less fortunate.  As Third District Commissioner for Women, Deni established a program to educate young people about the dangers of human trafficking. 

She is an active member of Soroptimist International, living out the organization’s mission aiding women and girls, and developing programs leading to social and economic empowerment, by, chairing several fundraisers, providing educational grants and scholarships &  working to host an annual Soroptimist Girl Power Conference for sixth and seventh grade girls          providing them opportunities to succeed.

Deni tirelessly petitioned the Hemet Valley Medical Center Board to resume operating the Rape Crisis Center, which “reopened in May of 2015”.

 

She is National President of Las Amigas Incorporated, whose mission is to enhance the quality of life and promote the general improvement of the communities. They accomplish this through educational programs, by providing non-perishable food items for those children who do not have access to nourishing food during the weekends, and by raising funds for scholarships and the Children’s Defense Fund.

 

DeniAntionette is also a member of Rotary International, assisting folks throughout the world. 

 

As President of Ladies of Charity locally, she initiated the street ministry to serve the homeless by providing meals, clothing and referrals to assist them getting off of the streets and living in their cars.

 

As a lifetime member of The National Council of Negro Women, & is involved in pushing forth the rights of the people of color on all levels.

Deni was named ‘The Woman of The Year’ by CA Senator Mike Morrell in 2016 after seeing all the Advocacy Work she does on a daily basis!

 

Deni is a practicing attorney (16+ years) and provides pro bono services to individuals unable to afford needed help.

Deni will tell you that she strives to put her faith in the Lord first through earnest prayer.

 

Questions & Answers

Questions from League of Women Voters of California Education Fund (4)

What do you think the State should do to encourage affordable housing for all Californians?
Answer from Deniantionette Mazingo:

The goveroner has already made an affordable amount of money set aside for los to moderate income families.  I propose and would create legislation to contract with Habitat for Humanity to build afforadable housing have a lottery first for the working poor families,  personsliving on the streets.  I would encourage the city council of the cities to look at vacant lots all over our state with tumble weed rolling over it and create some type of program once again with Habitat For Humanity and build affordable housing.  I would submit that we take these vacant buildings located all over the state, bring them up to code and once again creat affordable housing for those in dier need of assistance.

Question 2

According to a "Civility In America” survey, 75% of Americans believe that the U.S. has a major civility problem. If you are elected what will do to address this?

No answer provided.
Question 3

Climate changes, and the shifting between very wet weather and drought, worry Californians. What strategies would allow that your district to both satisfy its water needs and protect the environment? Please be specific.

No answer provided.
What programs or strategies would you suggest to meet the educational needs of the youngest and most poverty stricken Californians?
Answer from Deniantionette Mazingo:

All persons living in California is entitled to an education that meets the standards of the country.  I would advocate and or fight for the rights of all Californians no matter what their monetary status is, where they live , or what their belief,race, creed or color.  I would create a bill to raise the standard of all the schools within the state of California to have the same educational requirements.  

Who gave money to this candidate?

Contributions

Total money raised: $69,414

Top contributors that gave money to support the candidate, by organization:

1
Ahora Marketing
$17,600
2
JBone Creativity
$9,100
3
Employees of Diane Vaulner
$8,400
4
A F & M Publications
$5,000
5
Employees of Bobby Souders
$4,600

More information about contributions

By State:

California 83.48%
South Carolina 7.51%
District of Columbia 5.26%
1.50%
CC 1.50%
Other 0.75%
83.48%

By Size:

Large contributions (95.93%)
Small contributions (4.07%)
95.93%

By Type:

From organizations (78.43%)
From individuals (21.57%)
78.43%21.57%
Source: MapLight analysis of data from the California Secretary of State.

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