Alex Padilla is the proud son of immigrants and a proud son of California. He’s fighting in the Senate to defend democracy and the right to vote, protect our environment, increase access to healthcare, and uplift working families.


Alex Padilla is fighting for us on important issues – defending democracy, climate change, Medicare for All, immigration reform, and more.


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for Alex

Remember to vote for Alex Padilla TWICE on your ballot: for the Special Election to fulfill the partial Senate term ending January 2023 and for the Regular Election for a new six-year term in the Senate.

Why is Alex Padilla on the ballot twice?

When Kamala Harris became Vice President, Governor Gavin Newsom appointed Alex to fill her vacant Senate seat. Alex is running to finish Vice President Harris’ term (November 9, 2022-January 2, 2023), and in a separate election for a new full term beginning on January 3, 2023.

Make sure you vote for Alex Padilla in both elections so he can remain in the Senate to continue fighting to defend democracy.