I am excited and honored to announce that I have won the endorsement of the San Mateo County Central Labor Council. The working people of San Mateo County are the backbone of our communities and I am grateful for the contribut
Julia and her volunteers spent the day in Belmont Heights talking to neighbors about their priorities. But first, she stopped by a local "start up" for some tasty refreshments!
Julia was out in Belmont's many National Night Out locations around town connecting with constituents, hearing their priorities, and problem sovling for the future.
Julia joined friends, residents, and local elected leaders at the San Mateo County Democrats Flip It! Barbecue. She was proud to be a sponsor of this great event at our very own Twin Pines Park!
Julia joined fellow councilmembers at the Samaritan House's annual backpack giveaway. Each backpack was filled to the brim with school supplies for kindergarten through high school students in need.
Julia went out this morning precinct walking to meet Belmont’s families and introduce herself! If you’re wanting to help support Julia’s campaign, sign up to be a precinct walker!
Last night, Julia attended San Mateo County Central Labor Council's annual Committee on Political Education (COPE) banquet. Charged with ensuring that everyday workers receive fair wages and benefits through political action,
Julia was busy yesterday! Visits to Recology to understand how Belmont can become an even greener community, a meeting with Belmont's Chamber of Commerce to strategize business initiatives in Belmont, and celebrating the grand
Julia officially submitted her paperwork to run for City Council.
Julia joined hundreds of others to rally against current immigration policies and urging the end of families being separated at the border. Families belong together! Always!