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June 5, 2018 — Elecciones Primarias de California

Asamblea Estatal de CaliforniaCandidato para Distrito 18

Photo de Rob Bonta

Rob Bonta

Miembro de la Asamblea Estatal de California
85,354 votos (89%)Winning
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • Garantizar que niños y padres tengan acceso a una educación infantil temprana de alta calidad y asequible.
  • Incrementar el acceso asequible a la atención médica para asegurar una cobertura de salud universal.
  • Mantener una economía fuerte y crecimiento de empleos.



Profesión:Asambleísta, Abogado
Miembro de la asamblea, 18.º Distrito, Asamblea Estatal de California — Cargo elegido (2012–actual)
Abogado municipal adjunto, Oficina del Fiscal de la Ciudad de San Francisco (2003–2012)
Vice Alcalde, Ciudad de Alameda — Cargo elegido (2010–2012)
Comisionado, Comisión de Transporte del Condado de Alameda — Cargo elegido (2011–2012)
Miembro, Distrito para el Cuidado de la Salud de la Ciudad de Alameda — Cargo elegido (2007–2010)
Miembro, Comisión de Desarrollo Económico de la Ciudad de Alameda — Cargo elegido (2006–2010)
Asociación de litigio, Keker, Van Nest, LLP (1999–2003)


Yale Law School Licenciatura en Derecho (1998)
University of Oxford Estudios de postgrado en Política, Filosofía y Economía (1994)
Yale College Licenciatura en Artes (con honores), Historia (1993)


Assemblymember Rob Bonta was elected to the California State Assembly's 18th District in 2012, where he represents the cities of Oakland, Alameda, and San Leandro as the first Filipino American state legislator in the history of California. Rob’s passion for justice and equality was instilled in him at a very young age by his parents, who taught him to understand injustice and the importance of joining the struggle to empower vulnerable communities. His father was involved in the Civil Rights Movement, and stood with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Deep South – marching for equality and justice in Selma. His mother was and continues to be a longtime leader in the Filipino social justice movement. Growing up in a trailer just a few hundred yards from César Chávez’s home, Bonta watched closely as his parents organized Filipino and Mexican American farm workers, infusing his formative years with first-hand experience of one of the greatest peaceful social, racial, and economic justice movements of all time. This had a huge impact on Rob’s life choices and pursuits, inspiring his life’s commitment to helping people. Rob believed legal training was one of the most powerful ways to effect positive and profound change in the lives of those who needed it most. He worked his way through college cleaning laundry rooms and, with the help of financial aid, was able to achieve his dream of attending some of the best universities in the world, obtaining his Juris Doctorate from Yale Law School after attending Yale College and Oxford University in England.  Earning honors in college, Rob was also a scholar athlete, captaining the Yale Soccer team. He also paved the way for the advancement of students of color as a mentor and volunteered in support of local children struggling with poverty. His legal career included work as a Deputy City Attorney for the City and County of San Francisco, where he represented the City and County and its employees, and as a private attorney, where he fought to protect Californians from exploitation and racial profiling.  Rob was undefeated at trial, never losing a jury verdict for his clients. Prior to being elected to the Alameda City Council, Rob served as the Chair of the City of Alameda’s Economic Development Commission, where he focused on business attraction and retention efforts, and as board president for the Social Service Human Relations Board, where he fought to protect safety net services for the most vulnerable members of the community. As Vice Mayor of the City of Alameda, Bonta strongly supported public safety, fostered economic development, and exercised fiscal responsibility.

¿Quién proporcionó dinero a este candidato?


Dinero total recaudado: $1,673,697

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

SEIU California
Operating Engineers Local 3
Alameda Labor Council
California Federation of Teachers
California State Council of Laborers
California Teachers Association
Northern California Carpenters Regional Council
SEIU Local 2015
SEIU United Healthcare Workers West
Sheet Metal Workers Local 104
State Building & Construction Trades Council of California

Más información acerca de contribuciones

Por estado:

California 84.63%
Texas 1.80%
District of Columbia 1.58%
Washington 1.15%
Other 10.84%

Por tamaño:

Contribuciones grandes (99.71%)
Contribuciones pequeñas (0.29%)

Por tipo:

De organizaciones (78.57%)
De individuos (21.43%)
Fuente: Análisis de datos de la Secretaría del Estado de California de MapLight.

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