Opportunity to pick up climate champion seat in Los Angeles

Former Compton City Councilmember where she championed affordable housing development

Fighting to eliminate environmental injustice in community

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Michelle Chambers

Senate (D-35)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Seeking to replace termed-out Senator Scott Wilk, who earned 0% on 2022 Scorecard

Running to provide long-needed investment to High Desert and Santa Clarita Valley

Fighting to bring clean economy and opportunities to community

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Kipp Mueller

Senate (D-23)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Committed to protecting our environment by holding polluters accountable and tackling climate change by fighting for more investments in clean energy like wind and solar to reduce emissions and create good-paying local jobs

While working in Attorney General’s Office, cracked down on big oil companies and other corporate polluters, and installed air quality monitors in our communities to reduce pollution

As City Commissioner, oversaw infrastructure projects, including solar installations, water conservation, and recycling

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Jessica Caloza

Assembly (D-52)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Has spent 12+ years developing next generation of social justice movement at Community Coalition

Youth Engagement Campaign Manager on Karen Bass’ LA mayoral campaign

Helped create Fremont High School Wellness Center to address health disparities in local neighborhoods

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Sade Elhawary

Assembly (D-57)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Committed to standing up to corporate polluters to improve air quality and keep water clean

Has served community for 20 years as classroom teacher, school administrator, and Etiwanda School Boardmember

Fighting to keep neighborhoods safe, fully fund local schools, and make housing more affordable

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Robert Garcia

Assembly (D-50)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Worked to build new green spaces and stop bad development as Mayor of Palm Springs

Championed extreme heat resilience for Palm Springs

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Christy Holstege

Assembly (D-47)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 99% score on California Environmental Scorecard

Author of two critical 2023 bills for clean transportation and pollution reduction

Invested in public health and fighting impact of warehouse crisis

Eloise Gómez Reyes

Senate (D-29)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Helped pass legislation providing justice for Vernon and other communities poisoned by toxic contamination at Exide Technologies as District Director to Assemblymember Miguel Santiago

Organized new citizen voter registration drives as Chair of LA County Democratic Party

Mark Gonzalez

Assembly (D-54)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Served in U.S. Congress for 16 years

Helped develop much of the wind energy technology that graces Altamont Hills, reducing carbon emissions and creating good-paying local jobs

Work on key legislation to provide communities multimillion-dollar investments in clean energy, water sustainability, and broadband access

Jerry McNerney

Senate (D-5)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Alhambra Vice Mayor, lifelong Democrat, educator, and equal rights advocate

Honored as a 2022 Congressional Woman of the Year for spearheading creation of Alhambra’s sustainability plan

Sasha Renée Pérez

Senate (D-25)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Committed to fighting to upgrade aging water facilities, promote water conservation, invest in innovative technologies to optimize water usage, and advocate for equitable access to clean drinking water

Understands need to invest in modern, efficient, and resilient systems that meet needs of communities while preserving environment for future generations

Former Tracy City Councilwoman and Planning Commissioner

Rhodesia Ransom

Assembly (D-13)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Been on frontlines fighting to meet needs of underserved communities as Mayor of City of San Fernando

Committed to advancing environmental justice, particularly for communities disproportionately affected by pollution and climate change

Plans to spearhead initiatives to reduce air pollution, clean up toxic sites, and expand green spaces, especially in urban areas

Celeste Rodriguez

Assembly (D-43)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

As member of San Francisco Board of Supervisors, has worked to make schools better and communities safer

Has built reputation for taking on powerful interests like the NRA

Authored Proposition D to create local advocacy office for vulnerable victims of domestic violence and other crimes

Catherine Stefani

Assembly (D-19)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Committed to standing up to price-increasing corporations and stopping the proliferation of warehouses to protect our environment and ensure our communities are livable

Refusing to take money from Big Oil or Big Pharma

Championed environmental and open space protections as Riverside City Councilmember

Clarissa Cervantes

Assembly (D-58)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Pilar Schiavo

Co-author of priority 2023 bill AB 3 to invest in offshore wind energy and good-paying jobs in California

Champion for working people, justice, and public health as union and political organizer

Organized nurses to stop Chevron refinery expansion

Pilar Schiavo

Assembly (D-40)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 100% score on California Environmental Scorecard and member of Hall of Fame

Co-led 2022 effort to pass SB 1137 to end neighborhood drilling

Member of 2021 Scorecard’s Climate Action Caucus for being bold leader on climate justice and equity

Lena Gonzalez

Senate (D-33)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 94% on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard

Committed to fighting for clean energy economy and infrastructure

Helped job seekers develop workplace skills and find employment as member of Alameda County Workforce Investment Board

Liz Ortega

Assembly (D-20)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

As Executive Committee Board Member of Sierra Club California and San Francisco Bay Chapter, led several Bay Area environmental groups and the Contra Costa Building and Construction Trades Council in developing policy to help workers transition to green jobs

As San Ramon City Councilmember, brought about first Ad Hoc Climate Action Council

Committed to protecting our cherished open spaces and allocating resources to revitalize our downtowns, transit, and safe streets for all

Marisol Rubio

Senate (D-9)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 98% score on California Environmental Scorecard and member of Hall of Fame

Co-led 2022 effort to pass SB 1137 to end neighborhood drilling

Member of 2019 Scorecard’s Climate Action Caucus for taking on Big Oil with bills like AB 1057

Monique Limón

Senate (D-21)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 99% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard

Introduced bill to require filters to capture polluting microfibers in new washing machines sold in California

Former President and co-founder of Lawndale Democratic Club

Tina McKinnor

Assembly (D-61)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Authored 2023 priority bill AB 3 to invest in offshore wind energy and good-paying jobs in California

Authored 2023 priority bill AB 1176 that would have ensured local governments are planning for electrification of cars and buildings

Instrumental in getting EnviroVoters’ 2023 sponsored bill for corporate accountability (SB 253) passed

Earned 100% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard and member of Climate Action Caucus

Rick Chavez Zbur

Assembly (D-51)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 95% score on California Environmental Scorecard

Authored 2022 bill to create position of Deputy Secretary for Climate

Fighting to protect our beaches, coastline, open space, and natural environment

Tasha Boerner

Assembly (D-77)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 98% score on California Environmental Scorecard and member of 2023 Climate Action Caucus

As Assembly Speaker, helped pass landmark climate legislation for corporate accountability (SB 253)

Advanced over $1 billion of investments into sustainable agriculture

Robert Rivas

Assembly (D-29)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 100% score on California Environmental Scorecard

Introduced critical 2023 bill AB 593 to reduce emissions in homes and buildings

Matt Haney

Assembly (D-17)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 99% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard and member of Hall of Fame

Long track record as strong climate advocate for state

Member of 2022 Scorecard’s Climate Action Caucus for work passing key climate bills

John Laird

Senate (D-17)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 97% score on California Environmental Scorecard

Authored 2023 bill to establish new regulations for voluntary carbon offset market amid concerns of corporate “greenwashing”

Authored 2022 bill to empower state agencies to implement strategies to meet climate adaptation goals

Jesse Gabriel

Assembly (D-46)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 100% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard

Authored critical 2023 bill SB 867 focused on drought, flood, and water resilience

Consistent champion of bold climate policy

Josh Becker

Senate (D-13)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Committed to taking aggressive action to address climate crisis and pursuing environmental policies that are effective and equitable for all Californians

As Burbank City Councilmember, played key role in passing city’s most robust greenhouse gas reduction plan

Nick Schultz

Assembly (D-44)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 95% score on California Environmental Scorecard and member of Hall of Fame

Authored critical 2022 bill to codify carbon neutrality by 2045 paired with 85% direct emissions reduction target

Al Muratsuchi

Assembly (D-66)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 99% score on California Environmental Scorecard and member of Hall of Fame

Introduced EnviroVoters’ 2023 sponsored bill for corporate accountability (SB 253)

A consistent champion for bold climate policy who has helped push Senate to pass significant legislation

Scott Wiener

Senate (D-11)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 99% score on California Environmental Scorecard

Incoming Chair of Progressive Caucus

Invested in clean energy grid and ending our reliance on fossil fuels

Alex Lee

Assembly (D-24)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 99% score on California Environmental Scorecard

Authored critical 2022 bill to make community solar and storage affordable for low-income Californians

Instrumental in getting EnviroVoters’ 2023 sponsored bill for corporate accountability (SB 253) passed

Chris Ward

Assembly (D-78)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 98% score on California Environmental Scorecard and member of 2023 Climate Action Caucus

Author of AB 1337 to curtail water usage during shortages and modernize water rights

Played pivotal role in garnering support to pass SB 253

Buffy Wicks

Assembly (D-14)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 99% score on California Environmental Scorecard and member of Hall of Fame

Member of 2020 Scorecard Climate Action Caucus for effort on AB 3030

Reliable champion for environmental community

Ash Kalra

Assembly (D-25)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 100% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard and member of Climate Action Caucus

Co-author of transformational corporate climate accountability package in 2023

Demonstrated commitment to advancing policies that prioritize transparency and corporate responsibility

Henry Stern

Senate (D-27)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 100% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard

Worked to conserve land, create clean water resilience, advance alternative energy projects, and oppose fracking expansion as Morro Bay Councilmember

Looking to advance legislation to address climate crisis while helping communities adapt

Dawn Addis

Assembly (D-30)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 100% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard

Authored AB 631, which Governor Newson signed into law, and will help protect communities from oil spills by modernizing California’s enforcement tools and updating the civil penalties our local agencies can use

Lifelong champion of creating parks, open spaces, and coastal access so residents can enjoy California’s outdoor environments

Gregg Hart

Assembly (D-37)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Spearheaded groundbreaking solar energy project as Sierra Madre City Councilmember

Served as a founding board member of Clean Power Alliance

Committed to combating climate change by investing in renewable energy and water infrastructure

John Harabedian

Assembly (D-41)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 99% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard

Protected open spaces while increasing availability of affordable housing as Marin County Supervisor

Former member of Marin County Open Space District and Water Conservation District

Damon Connolly

Assembly (D-12)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 94% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard

Advocate for coastal protection, including ending offshore oil drilling and opposing bad water projects like Poseidon Desalination

Josh Lowenthal

Assembly (D-69)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Lifetime 98% score on California Environmental Scorecard

Wrote law to make California a permanent vote by mail state

Marc Berman

Assembly (D-23)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 96% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard

Fighting to end dependence on fossil fuels and protect coastlines from rising sea levels

35+ years of public service, including at state and county level

Gail Pellerin

Assembly (D-28)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election

Earned 93% score on 2023 California Environmental Scorecard

Introduced three bills in 2022 to decarbonize the building sector, which accounts for roughly 25% of the state’s total greenhouse gas emissions

Past Santa Clara County Supervisor and San Jose City Councilmember

Dave Cortese

Senate (D-15)

Contribution limit is $5,500
per election