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Former Congressmember Howard Berman
Former Congressmember Mel Levine
Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin
Assemblymember Richard Bloom
Former Assemblymember Richard Katz
Former California Secretary of Education Gary K. Hart
Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
Former Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer
Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin
Los Angeles City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield
Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Koretz
Former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan
Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks
Ventura County Supervisor Steve Bennett
Ventura County Supervisor Kathy Long
Ventura County Community College District Board Member Dianne McKay
Los Angeles Community College District Board Member Andra Hoffman
Los Angeles Community College District Board Member Mike Fong
Simi Valley Unified School District Board President Scott Blough
Las Virgenes Unified School District Board President Lesli Stein
Las Virgenes Unified School District Board Vice President Angela Cutbill
Santa Monica Malibu School Board Member Craig Foster
Burbank Unified School Board Member Dr. Armond Aghakhanian
Conejo Valley Unified School District Board Member Peggy Buckles
Conejo Valley Unified School District Board Member Betsy Connolly
Oak Park Unified School District Board President Allen Rosen
Oak Park Unified School District Board Member Denise Helfstein
Moorpark Unified School District Board Member Nathan Sweet
Moorpark Unified School District Board Member Greg Barker
Moorpark Unified School District Board Member Bruce Thomas
Santa Clarita Councilmember Laurene Weste
Agoura Hills Mayor Harry Schwarz
Agoura Hills City Councilmember Illece Buckley-Weber
Agoura Hills City Councilmember Linda L. Northrup
Former Agoura Hills Mayor Ed Corridori
Former Agoura Hills Mayor Jack Koenig
Former Agoura Hills Mayor Dan Kuperberg
Former Agoura Hills Mayor Louise Rishoff
Calabasas City Councilmember Mary Sue Mauer
Former Calabasas Mayor Michael Harrison
Former Calabasas Mayor Bob Hill
Malibu City Council: Laura Rosenthal, Lou LaMonte, Joan House, Skylar Peak, Joan Sibert
Thousand Oaks Mayor Pro Tem Claudia Bill-de la Peña
Moorpark Mayor Pro Tem David Pollock
Moorpark City Councilmember Keith Millhouse
Moorpark City Councilmember Roseann Mikos
Canoga Park Neighborhood Council President Corinne Ho
Encino Neighborhood Councilmember Debra George
Encino Neighborhood Council Education Committee Chair Shelley Rivlin
Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council Vice President Pat Pope
Porter Ranch Neighborhood Councilmember Alex Kim
Reseda Neighborhood Councilmember Alisha Hacker
Tarzana Neighborhood Council Vice President Eran Heissler
Tarzana Neighborhood Councilmember Bob Shmaeff
Tarzana Neighborhood Councilmember David Garfinkle
Winnetka Neighborhood Councilmember Ben Hill
Winnetka Neighborhood Councilmember David Uebersax
Former Los Angeles City Councilmember Joy Picus


Ventura County Star
Santa Clarita Valley Signal
Ventura County Reporter


Service Employees International Union (SEIU) California State Council
Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO
Ventura County Professional Firefighters Association #1364
Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs Association
Peace Officers Research Association of California
California Teachers Association
American Federation of Teachers #1521
California Federation of Teachers
Tri-Counties Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO
Unite Here Local 11
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 770
International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 80
California Professional Firefighters
Cal Fire #2881
California State Firefighters Association
Ventura County Professional Firefighters’ Association Local 1364
California Association of Highway Patrolmen
Association of Los Angeles County Sheriffs
California Nurses Association
California Faculty Association
United Nurses Association of California
United Teachers Los Angeles
Unified Association of Conejo Teachers
Teamsters Joint Council Local 42
United Farm Workers


Sierra Club of California
California League of Conservation Voters
Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California Action Fund
Equality California
California Democratic Party
California Legislative Jewish Caucus
Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley
Los Angeles County Young Democrats
San Fernando Young Democrats
Ventura County Young Democrats
Stonewall Democratic Club
Stonewall Young Democrats
Simi Valley Democratic Club
Malibu Democratic Club
Pacific Palisades Democratic Club
Democrats for Israel
Southern California Armenian Democrats
Progressive Democrats of the Santa Monica Mountains
Truman National Security Project
Bike the Vote Los Angeles
Humane Society Legislative Fund
National Organization for Women
National Association of Social Workers


Hank Lacayo, President, California Congress of Seniors
Larry Janss, Thousand Oaks Community Leader
Vahid Khorsand, Encino Chamber of Commerce Board Member
Coby King, Valley Industry and Commerce Association Board Member
Debra Broner, Region 10 Director, California Democratic Party
Shawn Terris, Chair, Ventura County Democratic Central Committee, California Democratic Party Veterans Caucus *
Jay Lewitt, Division 5 Director, Treasurer Las Virgenes Municipal Water District
Triunfo Sanitation District Vice Chairman Janna Orkney
Suz Montgomery, Senior Advocate, Advisory Council, Ventura County Area Agency on Aging
Colleen Briner-Schmidt, Unifed Association of Conejo Teachers
Josh Donner, President, Moorpark High School Democratic Club

And numerous other local leaders from across the 27th State Senate District!

*For identification purposes only

What Henry’s Supporters Are Saying

“Look, today in politics, more than anything else, we need independence and we need strength. Henry has both, and he’ll work for this district and work for you.”

– Governor Jerry Brown

“I have known Henry and his family for over 20 years. With deep roots in this district and one of the sharpest policy minds in California, Henry conducts his work with a kindness and decency that is all too rare in politics today. As a Senator, I know Henry will work tirelessly every day to grow our economy, help our kids thrive in school, keep our neighborhoods safe, relieve gridlock on our roads, strengthen the resilience of our water system to drought and earthquakes, and carry on my legacy of clean energy leadership.”

– State Senator Fran Pavley

“Voters in the state 27th Senate District have an able, and imminently skilled, replacement for the termed-out Fran Pavley… Stern brings the position an extraordinary understanding of the workings of Sacramento, combined with a deep and complete knowledge of this district. He understands and can discuss in great detail the differences between the Ventura County and Los Angeles County areas of his district, and what it takes to be sure that both are represented appropriately.”

– Ventura County Star

“We need leaders like Henry Stern in the State Senate. Henry has proven that he can cut through partisan gridlock to improve our schools, protect our air and water quality, save and attract quality local jobs and help make our neighborhoods safer.”

– Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

“Independent leaders like Henry Stern will work with BOTH parties to get things done. Henry has experience creating quality jobs and writing tough laws preventing domestic violence and keeping neighborhoods safe. I’m proud to join local law enforcement and small business leaders in supporting Henry Stern for State Senate.”

– Former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan

“Henry has a unique combination of policy expertise and a good-humored political nature in this all-too-toxic political environment. I’ve witnessed his commitment defending public education, standing up for public safety and protecting our quality of life in the Conejo Valley. As a fellow collegiate athlete, I also see in Henry the competitive spirit and teamwork that make him a great leader.”

– Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin

“Henry has earned the endorsement from the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO because he supports and will fight for issues that matter to Los Angeles today, such as affordable housing, good jobs, access to reliable transportation, and a fair wage.”

– Rusty Hicks, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the L.A. County Federation of Labor

“Henry’s commitment to safer neighborhoods, schools that offer quality education and a supportive environment to all students and a greener, sustainable California will benefit the LGBT community together with all Californians. Equality California is endorsing Henry because we believe that his experience in Sacramento, his policy expertise and his commitment to social justice for the LGBT community, together with all the communities of which LGBT people are a part, will make him a strong ally in the California Senate.”

– Rick Zbur, President, Equality California

“With his extensive background in environmental policy and his willingness to take on the tough fights, Henry Stern stands ready to lead the next generation of California’s environmental leaders. He is an environmental champion who will prioritize California’s transition away from polluting fossil fuels and towards clean, renewable energy that not only creates green jobs, but will make it possible for all our communities to enjoy a better quality of life in the Golden State.”

– Sarah Rose, CEO, California League of Conservation Voters