Can a Progressive Become Lieutenant Governor?

Find out on Sunday, September 10, 2017 when David Zuckerman, a Vermont Progressive Party Leader and Lt. Governor of his state comes to Richmond to support Gayle Mclaughlin, a Richmond Progressive Leader and her campaign for Lt. Governor of California

When: 2 to 5 PM, Sunday, Sept. 10
Where: 747 Lobos Avenue, Richmond, CA (Home of Steve Early and Suzanne Gordon)
RSVP by donating below, or by email: info@gayleforcalifornia.org or lsupport@aol.com, or by calling 510- 984-6536 or 510-260-0626

Gayle needs your support. There is no minimum donation but if you can’t attend and would like to volunteer for Gayle’s campaign or contribute money please do! Read more about Gayle in the East Bay Express. <click>

Co-Sponsors:
The Richmond Progressive Alliance, Richmond Vice-Mayor Jovanka Beckles, Richmond Councilmember Eduardo Martinez, Richmond Councilmember Ben Choi, Richmond Councilmember Melvin Willis, Matt Gonzalez, former president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, Gus Newport, former mayor of Berkeley.

  • $7,300 – Gayle Force Club
  • $5,000 – People First Club
  • $3,000 – Poppies and Bears Club
  • $1,000 – Richmond Stars Club
  • $500 – Corporate-free Club
  • $250 – Organize Locally Club
  • $100 – Our Revolution Club
  • $27 – Berners Club

Gayle McLaughlin accepts no corporate donations! 

If you’d like to mail support, send a check to:

“Gayle McLaughlin for California Lieutenant Governor 2018”
PO Box 5284,Richmond CA 94805

Please include a note with your employer and occupation.

David Zuckerman

“David Zuckerman is the most progressive lieutenant Governor in the country.”

~ Bernie Sanders

Vermont Lt. Governor, David Zuckerman, was inspired to get involved in politics when volunteering for Bernie Sanders’ 1992 Congressional re-election campaign. In 1996, after graduating from the University of Vermont with a degree in Environmental Studies, he was elected as a Progressive to the Vermont House of Representatives. He served as a Representative for 14 years, including 4 years as the Chair of the Agriculture Committee. In 2012, David was elected Vermont State Senator from Chittenden County where he served for 4 years on the Education and Agriculture committees. David has been an outspoken supporter and lead organizer inside and outside the Vermont Statehouse on issues such as Marriage Equality, Campaign Finance Reform, Death with Dignity, Cannabis Reform, GMO Labeling, Workers Rights, LGBTQ Rights, Environmental Protection and Clean Energy, Rural Economic Development, and more. In 2016 he was elected Lt. Governor of Vermont as a Progressive/Democrat. He is the co-owner of Full Moon Farm, a NOFA certified organic vegetable farm in Hinesburg, Vermont, where he resides with his wife and daughter.