Who am I?

Reg Bronner earned an AA degree from College of San Mateo, B.A from U.C Berkeley, and M.A. from Utah State University. He is a military veteran of the U.S Navy submarine service. Has managed start-ups and high tech businesses as computer services executive in Silicon Valley. Streamlined efficiency while working 9 years in Iran for a U.S. government contractor. Support disadvantaged

Why am I running?

Living in the 6th Assembly District and hearing that the city of Lincoln will file for bankruptcy in a year due to lack of revenue, watching layoffs of public safety employees and other cities in the district I decided to address the problems. I have experience in job creation and will attract jobs to our district by working with three groups... city council officials, Assembly members (cross the

My Goals

Create legislation for the creation of jobs and flexibility for our cities and counties in the district. Report back to the constituents on the status of job creation and legislation harmful to our cities and counties.

My DFA Values

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My Campaign is People Powered!

Our campaign has the endorsement of 12 Democratic clubs in the District, about to be endorsed by three County Democratic Central Committees, the Sacramento Central Labor Council, Sacramento-Sierra Building Trades Council, California Teachers Association, California Nurses Association, California Nurses Association, California Professional Firefighters. Eventually the California Democratic Party will

Voice support

About the Endorsement Process

The driving force behind all DFA endorsements is our members. We recognize that all politics is local and that what is considered progressive in Los Angeles may be very different from what's considered progressive in Louisville. For this reason, DFA does not have a litmus test of specific progressive positions for which a candidate must stand. Our endorsement is heavily weighted based on these questions:

• Will the candidate move the progressive movement forward in their community?
• Does the candidate have substantial support from our local members?
• Do the candidate's positions and policies fit into the broader progressive movement?
• Is the campaign people-powered and the candidate working to win?

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