I am really excited to announce that I have been endorsed by the CAIR-California PAC! The Council on American- Islamic Relations educates and activates the American Muslim community. I will work hard to support all our students! Make your voices heard! Every vote counts! Go out and VOTE!
Karina Talamantes Endorsed by Sacramento Central Labor Council and Los Rios College Federation of Teachers
SACRAMENTO—Today, the Karina Talamantes for Sacramento County Board of Education campaign is proud to announce the endorsement of the Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO and the Los Rios College Federation of Teachers, Local 2279.
The Sacramento Central Labor Council advocates to improve the lives of working people. They work to ensure that all people who work are treated fairly, with decent paychecks and health and retirement benefits, safe jobs, respect, and equal opportunities.
“As a first generation college student from a working class family, I am excited to be supported by organizations that represents the interest of hard working families,” said Talamantes. “I look forward to working with the Sacramento Central Labor Council to continue advancing equity in our communities.”
The Los Rios College Federation of Teachers, Local 2279 represents approximately 2,500 instructors, counselors, librarians, college nurses, and program coordinators at campuses of California’s second largest community college district, including, American River College, Cosumnes River College, Folsom Lake College, and Sacramento City College.
“Partnerships with our community college system is key to ensuring that our schools prepare students to be college and career ready,” said Talamantes. “The Los Rios College Federation of Teachers plays a critical role in supporting fair wages and supports to staff that are critical for student success.”
In endorsing Talamantes, the Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO and the Los Rios College Federation of Teachers, Local 2279, joins the California School Employees Association, and the Natomas Teachers Association, making Talamantes the candidate with the most school employees association support in the race for Sacramento County Board of Education, Area 2.
Natomas and Placer County democrats support Karina Talamantes in the race for Sacramento County Board of Education, Area 2
SACRAMENTO—Today, Karina Talamantes, candidate for the Sacramento County Board of Education Area 2, announced the endorsement of the Natomas Democratic Club and Placer County Democrats.
“I want to thank the Natomas Democratic Club and Placer County Democrats for their support and for their work representing our community,” said Talamantes. “If elected, I will continue to be accessible, and continue fighting for our Natomas and Placer County students.”
Karina is a career counselor and former special education educator. She has worked for 10 years in federal programs for low-income students.
The the Natomas Democratic Club and Placer County Democrats join a list of democratic clubs endorsing Karina Talamantes, including the Sacramento County Democratic Party, Sacramento County Young Democrats, Harry S. Truman Democratic Club, Latinx Young Democrats of Sacramento County, FemDems of Sacramento County, and Wellstone Progressive Democrats.
To lean more about Karina Talamantes’ campaign for Sacramento County Board of Education, visit her website at www.karinatalamantes.org.
Sacramento, CA. – Today, candidate for Sacramento County Board of Education Area 2, Karina Talamantes, announced additional endorsements, including San Juan Unified School District Trustee Ramona Landeros, Elk Grove Unified School District Trustee Anthony “Tony” Perez, the Latino Journal. Talamantes commented,
“I am humbled to have the support of the following:
San Juan Unified School District Trustee Ramona Landeros has advocated for students with disabilities and mentored many high school students locally. She has worked with families and school staff in developing individualized education programs for students identified for special education services.
Elk Grove Unified School District Trustee Anthony “Tony” Perez has extensive experience as an educator and civil servant with a strong commitment to public education. He is a firm believer of the power of education to change people’s lives.
The Latino Journal is a Sacramento-based, nationally distributed publication focused on government and public policy from a non-partisan, Latino perspective. It was founded in 1996 and is an advocate for local small businesses, Latino organizations, education, arts and the green energy industry."
For a complete list of endorsements, click here.
Sacramento, CA. – Today, Sacramento County Board of Education Area 2 candidate, Karina Talamantes, announced the endorsement of Sacramento City Unified School District Board President, Jessie Ryan.
“Karina shares my committed to ensuring all students have a pathway out of poverty through public education,” said Ryan. “Through her experience as a career counselor, she has helped many Sacramento students access higher education. I am proud to give her my support.”
President Ryan is the representative for Sacramento City Unified School District Area 7, which includes the North Oak Park, Central Oak Park, South Oak Park, Hollywood Park and South Sacramento communities. She serves as the Executive Vice President of the Campaign for College Opportunity, an organization working to ensure all Californians have an equal opportunity to attend and succeed in college in order to build a vibrant workforce, economy and democracy. Learn more about President Ryan by clicking here.
“I have a great deal of respect for President Ryan’s long record of improving college opportunities for thousands of low-income students and simplifying the transfer process from community colleges to four-year universities,” said Talamantes. “Having her support is tremendous.”
You can learn more about Karina Talamantes and her campaign by visiting karinatalamantes.org.
Sacramento, CA. – Candidate for Sacramento County Board of Education Area 2, Karina Talamantes, announced several new endorsements. Talamantes commented,
“I am proud to have earned the following endorsements over this past week:
Mai Vangento City Unified School District Trustee. Mai is a tireless advocate for the students of Sacramento and has worked as an organizer to improve health and educational outcomes for children and families. Like me, she is the first in her family to graduate from college, and understands the importance of lifting others.
Sheet Metal | Air | Rail | Transportation (SMART) Local Union 104. Our students can benefit from real-world learning experiences that prepare them for college AND career. The training and opportunities provided by SMART Local Union 104 are a crucial part of that. I am proud to have their endorsement and our look forward to a continued partnership to bring about opportunities for our communities.
Wellstone Progressive Democrats of Sacramento. The club seeks to build a government that is more responsive to our communities and with policies that serve the broad public interest, not just private interests. I am proud of their endorsement and share their passion for ensuring that our public school system is more response to our communities, especially families, students, and teachers.
Planned Parenthood Advocates Mar Monte. Our communities need access to quality health services and our women deserve every opportunity to define their future and meet their potential. These are the values that make me proud to receive the support of Planned Parenthood.”
For a complete list of endorsements, visit karinatalamantes.org.
Senator Richard Pan Endorses Karina Talamantes
March 29, 2018
Sacramento, CA. – Today, Dr. Richard Pan, pediatrician and state senator representing the Sacramento Region, endorsed Karina Talamantes for Sacramento County Board of Education Area 2.
“Karina’s policies solidly align her with the needs of Sacramento students, parents, and educators,” said Dr. Pan. “As a career counselor and former special education teacher, she has demonstrated time and again her passion and energy to provide vital educational services for student success. Karina is a strong champion of public education.”
Dr. Pan represents Sacramento, West Sacramento, Elk Grove and unincorporated areas of Sacramento County in the state legislature serving on the Senate Committee on Education. Dr. Pan continues to practice pediatrics at The Effort Oak Park Community Clinic.
“I am truly honored to have Dr. Pan’s support,” said Talamantes. “Dr. Pan has worked tireless to create innovative educational programs and expand access to health care for children. As a well-respected former UC Davis educator, he understands the importance of high quality education.”
To learn more about Karina Talamantes, visit karinatalamantes.org.
Sacramento City Councilmember Angelique Ashby Endorses Karina Talamantes for Sacramento County Board of Education
March 23, 2018
Sacramento, Calif. – Sacramento City Councilwoman Angelique Ashby announced today the endorsement of Karina Talamantes for Sacramento County Board of Education Area 2.
“Karina brings years of experience in education, including as a career counselor, translator and teacher for special education students, and work with the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics,” said Councilwoman Ashby. “Karina genuinely cares about the children and families she will serve. She also has the energy and enthusiasm to be a tremendous success in this position.”
Councilwoman Ashby currently serves as the District One representative on the Sacramento City Council. During her time on the Council she has also served on dozens of regional boards and commissions including the Sacramento Public Library Authority, Association of California Water Agencies, Sacramento Area Council of Governments, Regional Transit and many more.
“Councilwoman Ashby is the only woman on the Sacramento City Council. She has a proven track record of successfully advocating for the community,” said Talamantes. “I am honored to have her endorsement and look forward to working with her on advancing educational equity and supporting our educators.”
To learn more about Karina Talamantes, visit karinatalamantes.org.