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Marisol brings a breadth of personal and professional experience and knowledge to the State Senate that is unmatched. That's why women's, LGBTQIA+, and environmental organizations, as well as teachers, health care workers, and services employees endorse Marisol for State Senate.   


Nearly 50 Elected Officials and organizations in San Ramon and across Contra Costa County, the Tri-Valley, and the Bay Area support Marisol, because they believe in her leadership and her vision. They know that she has the knowledge and experience necessary to make San Ramon an innovative, model city, while preserving our small town feel and open spaces.


Community Organizations

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Betty T. Yee

State Controller


Rob Bonta

California Attorney General


Fiona Ma

California State Treasurer


Mia Bonta

California Assemblymember, District 18


Local Elected Officials


Laura Johnston Bratt

San Ramon Valley Unified School District Trustee, Area 3

"With a keen eye on the economic, safety, and environmental impacts of Council policy and decisions, Marisol Rubio will bring her broad experience, a focus on transparency, and a strong vision to our city leadership. Please join me in voting for Marisol Rubio for San Ramon City Council in District 4."

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Tim Sbranti

President, Chabot Las Positas Board of Directors

Former City of Dublin, Mayor & Councilmember


Arun Goel

Director, Dublin San Ramon Service District, Division 5

Former Dublin Vice Mayor & City Councilmember


Michael McCorriston

Dublin City Councilmember

“I am happy to endorse my friend, Marisol Rubio, for San Ramon City Council District 4. Her passion for preserving our environment and for helping the underserved in our Tri-Valley community is exceptional. She has demonstrated leadership as Vice President and Director of the Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) and has served as Chair for the DSRSD-East Bay Municipal Utility District Recycled Water Authority (DERWA) and as an Executive Board Member for the Sierra Club San Francisco Bay Chapter that value our natural resources. Most importantly, she has been an advocate for equity, diversity, and inclusion in the Tri-Valley and across California. Marisol is focused on delivering meaningful solutions to affordable housing in her community and attracting well-paying jobs that allow families to live and work in San Ramon. These important qualities and her vision will serve her well as a member of council.”

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Richard Halket

President, Dublin San Ramon Services District


Sabina Zafar

San Ramon City Councilmember

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Ann Marie Johnson

Director, Dublin San Ramon Services District and Former President


Jerome Pandell

Former Chair, San Ramon Valley Unified School District Facilities Bond Oversight and Advisory Committee (2017-2020)

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Georgean Vonheeder-Leopold

Director, Dublin San Ramon Services District

President, California Association of Sanitation Agencies

"I endorse Marisol, a fellow board member at DSRSD, as she has displayed her commitment, vision, and values representative of the Tri-Valley. As a prior Councilmember of Dublin, CA I understand what it takes, I am confident that Marisol embodies the required qualities and expertise. As an individual, she is compassionate about the role she serves, engages with the community openly and transparently, while protecting social values and guiding principles to lead San Ramon positively into the future, her many accomplishments and roles on various commissions/committees speak for themselves. Marisol is action and solution oriented."

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Steven Dunbar

Livermore Planning Commissioner

"Having worked with Marisol on a local board, I have directly seen her organize and structure meetings, do the work needed to facilitate informed discussion, listen carefully for both stated issues and underlying problems, find common ground from diverse perspectives, and follow up to ensure good outcomes. She will make a wonderful councilmember."


City & Countywide Elected Officials

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Gabriel Quinto

Mayor, City of El Cerrito

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Carlyn Obringer

Concord City Councilmember

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Fernando Sandoval

Vice President, Contra Costa Community College Board Trustee, Ward 5


Aisha Wahab

Hayward City Councilmember


Kevin Wilk

Walnut Creek City Councilmember, Former Mayor


Alexander Walker-Griffin

Vice Mayor, City of Hercules

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John E. Marquez

Secretary, Contra Costa Community College Board Trustee, Ward 1

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Jennifer Wong

Berkeley City Auditor

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Ken Carlson

Pleasant Hill Councilmember


Judy E. Walters

President, Contra Costa Community College Board Trustee, Ward 2


Rebecca Barrett

Governing Board Member, Contra Costa Community College Board Trustee, Ward 3

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Ben Bartlett

Berkeley City Councilmember


Jesse Arreguin

Mayor, City of Berkeley


Community Leaders

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Luz Gomez

Manager, Building Healthy Communities, Contra Costa Public Health

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Amy Scott-Slovick

Elected AD-14 ADEM Delegate 

DPCCC District 5 Director

Seargent at Arms at Contra Costa Labor Council 

Local Leaders

"Marisol is one of those people who walks the talk. She is a tireless advocate! She will listen to everyone and cares deeply about her community. She is the real deal!"



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Local Leaders

*Titles are for identification purposes only.
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