Why CA-39 Matters

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The Solution

Democratic Candidate

Democrat

Gil Cisneros

  • Will fight for a health care system that provides affordable, accessible, high-quality care for everyone
  • Believes equitable tax reform is needed to help working class families and ensure the wealthy are paying their fair share
  • Believes families should stay together and will work on immigration reforms that include citizenship options and protections for Dreamers

The Problem

Candidate to Defeat

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Republican

Young Kim

  • Supports Trumpcare which would dramatically increase the cost of insurance and kick millions off health care
  • Supported Trump’s Tax Scam, giving tax cuts to the wealthy and large corporations while hurting working class families
  • Despite the fact that she’s an immigrant herself, she doesn’t support a path to citizenship for immigrants

Why CA-39 Counts

Young Kim has consistently stood against progressive values. Here’s a snapshot of how she voted as a California Assemblymember and how she would continue Ed Royce’s legacy of misrepresenting the people of District 39 after he retires this year:

Health Care: She supports Trumpcare which would have increased the cost of insurance and kicked millions off their current coverage. She also declined to show support for Planned Parenthood.

Immigration: Despite the fact that she’s an immigrant herself, Kim didn’t support a path to citizenship for immigrants or campus resource centers for DREAMers.

Tax Reform: Kim is in favor of Trump’s Tax Scam which gave tax cuts to the wealthy and large corporations, while hurting working class families across the nation.

Workers’ Rights: Kim believes affirmative action is “racist,” voted against increasing California’s minimum wage to $15, and didn’t support a bill that would have ensured all workers are compensated fairly.

Housing: While California is dealing with a housing crisis, Kim voted against bills that provided assistance to low-income homebuyers, green energy options to affordable housing units, and classified visible mold as a substandard housing condition.

Kim was already deeply out of sync with her constituents as an Assemblymember, and she’d do even more damage as a member of Congress. Join us in winning back this seat to give District 39 the representative they — and the rest of the nation — deserve.