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California State SenateCandidate for District 15

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Nora Campos

Public Policy Advocate
39,683 votes (16.9%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Housing and Transportation - I will push to solve our housing crisis by removing the red tape preventing housing solutions for our residents. I will push to reduce traffic congestion by establishing a mass transit system that works. Expand BART and C
  • Education - I will push to improve our education system by making college affordable and ensure our school districts and schools are adequately funded and have needed resources to prepare the next generation to succeed in a 21st Century Economy
  • Healthcare - I will push to provide access to Healthcare for All.



Profession:Former San Jose Council Member, CA State Assembly
State Assemblymember, CA State Assembly — Elected position (2011–2016)
City Councilmember, San Jose — Elected position (2001–2011)


Nora Campos is fighting to better the lives of every member of our community. As a former San Jose City Councilmember and CA State Assemblymember, Nora has the experience to change the culture of our politics.

Inspired by her parents’ work with the farm worker movement, as a young girl, Nora marched for economic and social justice.

Nora served San Jose’s City Council from 2001-10 where she pushed to build 10,000 housing units.

​In the Assembly, Nora pushed policy and incentives to keep thousands of jobs in California.

In the Senate, Nora will push for pay equity for women, push for access to healthcare, push to stop college tuition increases, and push to solve the housing crisis.

Who gave money to this candidate?


Total money raised: $316,587

Top contributors that gave money to support the candidate, by organization:

South Bay Construction and employees
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Mission Indians
Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Employees of Jackson Main Architecture

More information about contributions

By State:

California 95.83%
Texas 1.81%
Colorado 1.40%
Michigan 0.80%
Other 0.16%

By Size:

Large contributions (99.25%)
Small contributions (0.75%)

By Type:

From organizations (57.68%)
From individuals (42.32%)
Source: MapLight analysis of data from the California Secretary of State.

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