Clients: Past and Present

 

Initiatives, Proposition and Measures

No on 23, Global Warming,
California Statewide

Yes on 21, State Parks Bond,
California Statewide

Yes on Prop 40, Parks Bond,
California Statewide

Yes on Prop 50, Water,
California Statewide

Yes on 94, 95, 96, 97,
Indian Gaming,
California Statewide

Yes On 1A, Indian Gaming,
California Statewide

Yes on 202, Indian Gaming,
Arizona Statewide

Yes on 5, Indian Gaming,
California Statewide

Yes On 52, Education Bond,
California Statewide

Yes on Measure A,
Watershed Management,
Los Angeles County

No on 105 (Labeling)

Colorado Statewide

No on Measure 92 (Labeling)

Oregon Statewide

Yes on Measure B,  Revenue Bond,
City of Carson

Yes on Measure G, School Bond,
San Jose Unified

Yes on Prop 71,
Stem Cell Research,
California Statewide

Yes on Prop 84,
Safe Drinking Water,
California Statewide

No on Question 14,
Indian Gaming,
Nevada Statewide

No on 38, School Vouchers,
California Statewide

No on 68,
Non-Tribal Gaming Expansion,
California Statewide

Candidates 

Re-elect Cristina Garcia for Assembly*

Re-elect Jeff Rosen for District Attorney*

Assemblymember Felipe Fuentes

City Councilman Felipe Fuentes* 

Ana Cubas for Los Angeles City Council 

Ali Saleh for City Council 2011*

Alicia Romero for Bell City Council 2013*

Violeta Alvarez for Bell City Council 2011

Bob Hertzberg California Assembly Speaker (ret.)

Diane Watson for U.S. Congress (ret.)

Elaine Alquist for California State Senate

Steve Westly for Governor

Alex Padilla, Los Angeles City Council President*

Ed Chau for Montebello School Board*

Ed Chavez for California State Assembly

Eddie Vincent for California State Senate

Gil Cedillo for Congress*

Gloria Negrete-McCloud for  Assembly

Josie Gonzales for Supervisor of San Bernardino County*

Marco Antonio Firebaugh for Assembly

Nell Soto for California State Assembly

Nell Soto for California State Senate

Richard Alarcon For Los Angeles City Council

Richard Polanco for California State Senate

Richard Polanco, Chair California Latino Legislative Caucus

Tony Cardenas for Assembly*

Liz Figueroa for State Senate

Lou Correa for Assembly

Marco Firebaugh for Assembly

Marco Firebaugh for Senate

*currently in office. 

 

Advocacy, Labor, NGO's and public agencies

The California League of Conservation Voters

Legacy Resource Fund

The Ocean Conservancy

Wildcoast

Mentalhealthjustice.net

National Resource Defense Council

Preserving Wild California

Resources Legacy Fund Foundation

Trust for Public Land

Los Angeles County Federation of Labor

California Federation of Labor

Service Employees International Union (National)

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Local 3299

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Council 36

The Bell Police Officers Association

California Democratic Party

California Latino Leadership Fund

California Medical Association

Central Basin Municipal Water District

Los Angeles Unified School District

Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

Montebello Unified School District

COFEM, Council of Federations of Mexicans in North America

NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected & Appointed Officials)

Watts Village Theatre Group

Latinovoter.org

California Latino Caucus

Corporate and trade organizations

Independence LED

Haven LED

TASC (The Alliance for Solar Choice)

CAUSE (Californians Against Utilities Stopping Solar Energy)

Primestor Development

20/20 Technologies

Alta Med Health Care

California Medical Association

The Metropolitan Water District

Citizens Educational Foundation

Citizens for Quality Representation

Sunlaw Energy Partners

The Men’s Wearhouse

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians