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!
Please join Julia in rallying to keep families together. Families first. Always.
Saturday, June 30 at 10:00 a.m
Courthouse Square, Redwood City
2nd week of precinct walking is done! Building relationships with constituents and hearing their concerns. That’s what it means to be an invested city councilmember.
Julia visited Cipriani School and taught their TK and Kinder students about the importance of civic duty and answered their questions on what it means to be a city councilmember.
Always working for her Belmont community, Julia joins other Measure K supporters to encourage folks to vote!
Julia's campaign kick-off event was a huge success with leaders throughout the county as well as Belmont citizens attending to celebrate and support Julia's run for City Council.
Please celebrate the coming of summer and join the campaign to continue my work on Belmont's City Council!
Sunday, June 3, 2018 - 2 PM
The Meadow at Twin Pines Park