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November 6, 2018 — Elección General de California
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Cámara de Representantes del los Estados UnidosCandidato para Distrito 41

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Mark Takano

Demócrata
Representante de Estados Unidos/maestro
108,227 votos (65.1%)Winning
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • Mejorar la educación
  • Mejorar la economía
  • Defender a nuestros veteranos

Experiencia

Experiencia

Profesión:Maestro de escuela preparatoria
CA-41, Miembro del Congreso — Cargo elegido (2012–actual)
Maestro, Rialto Unified School District (1988–2012)
Presidente de la Junta, Junta de Fideicomisarios Síndicos del Riverside Community College District — Cargo elegido (1990–2012)

Educación

University of California, Riverside M.F.A, Creación Literaria (2010)
Harvard College B.A., Gobierno (1983)

Biografía

Since 2013, Mark Takano has represented the people of the Inland Empire in the United States House of Representatives, fighting for the region’s progressive priorities. He’s been a voice for veterans, seniors, students, local businesses and hardworking families.

Mark was born and raised in Riverside, and his family roots go back to his grandparents who, along with his parents, were removed from their respective homes and sent to Japanese American Internment camps during World War II. After the war, these two families settled in Riverside County to rebuild their lives.

Mark attended La Sierra High School, where he graduated as the school’s valedictorian. Mark attended Harvard College and received his bachelor’s degree in Government in 1983. As a student, he bused tables to help make ends meet. During his senior year, he organized and co-founded Ride for Life, a transcontinental bicycle ride to benefit the international development agency Oxfam America.

 

Upon graduation, Mark worked as a substitute teacher for various public school systems in the Boston area. He observed first-hand the disparity between well-funded and acclaimed suburban schools in Brookline and the beleaguered inner-city Boston schools.

 

Mark returned home to Riverside and in 1988 began teaching in the Rialto Unified School District in schools serving predominantly Latino and African American students. As a classroom teacher, Mark confronted the challenges in our public education system daily.

 

In 1990, Mark was elected to the Riverside Community College District’s Board of Trustees. At RCC, Mark has worked with Republicans and Democrats to improve higher education for young people and job training opportunities for adults seeking to learn a new skill or start a new career. Mark was elected Board President in 1991 and helped the Board and the District gain stability and direction amid serious fiscal challenges.

 

Mark’s long history of public service in Riverside County includes service on the Community Advisory Board of the Children’s Spine Foundation and the Board of the Chancellor’s Asian Pacific Islander Community Advisory Center at the University of California, Riverside. He served as chairman of the Riverside Mayor’s Task Force on the Digital Divide, Chairman of the Asian Pacific Islander Caucus of the California Democratic Party, a charter member of the Association of Latino Community College Trustees, a member of the Association of California Asian American Trustees and a member of Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education. He is a recipient of the Martin Luther King Visionaries Award.

 

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Contribuciones

Dinero total recaudado: $1,065,220

Principales contribuyentes que dieron dinero para apoyar al candidato, por organización:

1
Employees of Esri
$10,035
2
American Federation of Government Employees
$10,000
2
American Federation of Teachers
$10,000
2
International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
$10,000
2
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
$10,000
2
International Brotherhood of Teamsters
$10,000
2
International Union of Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers
$10,000
2
MoveOn.org
$10,000
2
National Education Association
$10,000
2
New York Life Insurance Company
$10,000
2
United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW)
$10,000

Más información acerca de contribuciones

Por estado:

California 55.22%
District of Columbia 23.44%
New York 6.44%
Illinois 3.60%
Other 11.30%
55.22%23.44%11.30%

Por tamaño:

Contribuciones grandes (92.26%)
Contribuciones pequeñas (7.74%)
92.26%

Por tipo:

De organizaciones (34.79%)
De individuos (65.21%)
34.79%65.21%
Fuente: Análisis de datos de la Comisión Federal Electoral de MapLight.

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