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March 3, 2020 — Primary Election

Senado Estatal de CaliforniaCandidato para Distrito 28

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Joy Silver

Mujer de negocios/asesora de viviendas
42,222 votos (20.9%)
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • Cuidados de la salud: ampliar las protecciones de los cuidados de la salud, reducir los precios de los medicamentos recetados, defender las opciones y garantizar que todos los californianos tengan acceso a cuidados de la salud de calidad y asequibles, incluidos los cuidados a largo plazo.
  • Viviendas asequibles: construir más viviendas de buena calidad, energéticamente eficientes y de bajo costo para que las familias y los profesionales jóvenes puedan costear viviendas seguras cerca de donde trabajan.
  • Economía de energía renovable: poner fin a nuestra dependencia de los combustibles fósiles mediante el desarrollo de fuentes de energía alternativa, además de crear empleos sostenibles y bien remunerados, para que nuestros jóvenes tengan oportunidades profesionales atractivas aquí en casa.



I’m not a career politician. I’m an outsider who puts my business experience to work on local priorities: protecting health care, championing affordable housing, developing the renewable energy economy and fixing the Salton Sea.


I’m a cop’s kid from a working-class family, educated in public schools and a state university. I understand what it means to struggle just to make ends meet. I began my career in health care as a community outreach worker for a medical and mental health clinic serving 40,000 patients annually, working my way up to become an executive there. Later, I built a senior living community from the ground up, became certified in senior care in California, and ran my own consulting firm specializing in aging issues to help seniors retire in dignity. Today, I serve as Regional Director of Southern California for an affordable housing developer that has delivered needed services to thousands of low-income individuals and families since 1984, bringing much needed affordable housing to the Coachella Valley.


My partner and I chose to make California, and specifically this District, our home because we love it. From the mountains to the desert to the wine country of Temecula, earth’s great beauty is especially exhilarating here, ever reminding me that it is my duty to serve and protect the environment and our diverse community, and to better the economy with renewable energy jobs. It would be my greatest honor to represent this District and fight to bring vital resources back here to serve our community’s needs.

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Dinero total recaudado: $112,551

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

California Democratic Party
Joy Silver
California Teamsters Public Affairs Council
Connie M. Leyva for Senate 2022
D&E Land Co., LLC
Fund Her
Re Elect Fiona Ma State Treasurer 2022
Employees of Tara Diab

Más información acerca de contribuciones

Por estado:

California 74.08%
Massachusetts 15.45%
New Mexico 2.69%
Pennsylvania 2.56%
Other 5.22%

Por tamaño:

Contribuciones grandes (86.83%)
Contribuciones pequeñas (13.17%)

Por tipo:

De organizaciones (40.44%)
De individuos (59.56%)
Fuente: Análisis de datos de la Secretaría del Estado de California de MapLight.

Creencias poliza

Filosofía política

I am running to bring progressive values and practical solutions to the challenges Riverside County communities face. While some at the top may be doing fine, too many families in this District are struggling to make ends meet. I’ll go to Sacramento to fight for them. 


It’s time for a change. The sudden resignation of our former representative presents a great opportunity. Public spending needs to be focused on the things ordinary people rely on: education, career training, public safety, infrastructure and health care. We need to work to refocus the state budget on those priorities and cut subsidies that only benefit corporations and the rich at the expense of the broader public.


As a State Senator, I will work to reduce the cost of prescription drugs, oppose harmful cuts to health care for seniors, tackle the homeless crisis and provide housing for homeless veterans, crack down on corruption, ban lobbyist gifts, and stand up to Washington’s divisive policies when they hurt our people. I’ll advance practical solutions, not extreme ideologies, to make a real difference for the people of State Senate District 28.


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