Saturday’s overwhelming win takes us into Super Tuesday with momentum, and Super Tuesday is all about momentum. It’s the first moment when this race truly goes national — and Joe Biden has led national polls from the day he got into the race.
Como ustedes saben, las elecciones primarias ya han comenzado. Ahora más que nunca, es importante que use su voz y ejerza su derecho de votar este Martes 3 de Marzo. Mientras usted y sus amigos y familiares se preparan para
participar en este importante deber cívico, es crucial que conozca la nueva experiencia de votación en el condado de Los Angeles.
Los votantes en el condado de Los Angeles ahora tendrán once (11) días consecutivos para votar en persona en CUALQUIER Centro de votación en todo el condado. Para mantenerse actualizado sobre SU nuevo centro de votación
para las elecciones primarias presidenciales del 3 de marzo.
Haga clic aquí o llame al Registrador del Condado de Los Angeles al (800)815-2666.
También hay un video instructivo debajo que detalla el nuevo
sistema de votación.
Gracias y asegúrese de salir y votar por las elecciones primarias
del 3 de marzo.
As a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Tony Cardenas has actively been involved in overseeing national energy and health policies. He believes that the science is clear. Climate change is not only a threat to America’s security but also to the economy. Because of his support of environmental values, the League of Conservation Voters gives Tony Cardenas a lifetime score of 84%.
In June, the EPA announced its decision to roll back President Obama’s Clean Power Plan (CPP). Months later, the Trump Administration revoked California’s power to use more strict limits on Greenhouse Gas Emissions than the federal government.
In the video below, Tony Cardenas, reacts to the Trump administration’s plan to revoke California’s right to regulate vehicle emissions. He speaks with Bloomberg’s David Westin on “Balance of Power.”
California is one of the largest economies in the world. Additionally, it sets the tone and the pace for progressive environmental protection. We must continue to ensure that our cities continue to thrive and maintain the standards we have set.
Last week, the Trump administration revoked California’s tailpipe waiver under the Clean Air Act.
The state has relied on the waiver process to set their own tougher emissions standards for about 50 years. California sees the waiver as necessary to fight climate change and reduce air pollution.
In this video, Tony Cardenas reacts to the plan.
Tony Cardenas cares about education. He always has, and always will.
In 1998 Tony Cardenas was an assemblyman concerned about the state of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Schools were overcrowded and students were in desperate need of new facilities.
Fast forward to 2006, Tony Cardenas was now a dedicated Los Angeles Councilman. He championed for a new high school for so long and with great expectations in October of that year, Arleta High School opened. This was one of many schools in his district to receive either new construction or repairs.
In 2016 Tony Cardenas, was still rallying for our students. This time, he was in D.C.
“Unfortunately, too few students in the United States today are exposed to computer science and given the opportunity to pursue high-quality programming and coding coursework,” the letter states. “By allowing more schools in our communities to teach vital skills like coding, programming, designing and debugging, we can make sure our kids aren’t left unprepared for a rapidly changing economy.”
His letter called for $100 million for Computer Science for All Development Grants in 2017, which would provide essential resources to help school districts expand students’ access to computer science from kindergarten through high school. This proposal was also included in the President’s budget request as part of his Computer Science for All initiative.
The letter was signed by 63 House members and supported by the STEM Education Coalition and the Computer Science Education Coalition. A copy of the letter is available HERE.
Its 2019 and Tony Cardenas still cares about the education of students in his district. For more information on the issues Tony Cárdenas is committed to visit THIS PAGE.
It’s 2019 and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is hard at work in Southern California. Tony Cardenas would like you to know your rights. The images below come from the ACLU.
In 2017, after he had seen reports that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement would begin targeting 16- and 17-year-olds who they “suspected” to be gang members, Tony Cardenas stated, “I’m proud to live in a country where our Constitution affords every man, woman and child due process. Today it appears President Trump and his Administration are once again attempting to dismantle one of the reasons why we have been admired for so long by everyone around the world.” In his emergency letter to the Secretary of Homeland Security, he then wrote, “I have It is an attack on constitutional rights and liberties and employs overly-vague criteria which could put innocent children in jeopardy.