Barbara Lee

Barbara Lee has been fighting for justice from the very start. From joining forces with the NAACP to become her high school’s first Black cheerleader to standing her ground as the only member of Congress who voted against giving the president unlimited war powers after 9/11, she never backs down from fighting for what’s right. She’ll be the only Black woman in the U.S. Senate and is the experienced, accomplished progressive fighter Californians need now. That’s why people across California and the nation say, Barbara Lee Speaks for Me.

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Barbara’s campaign has been endorsed by progressive leaders we trust.

Barbara Lee's campaign launch rally

Rob Bonta

California State Attorney General

Malia Cohen

California State Controller

Fiona Ma

California State Treasurer

Tony Thurmond

California State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Dr. Shirley Weber

California Secretary of State

Ricardo Lara

California Insurance Commissioner

Sally Lieber

California State Board of Equalization

Dolores Huerta

Co-Founder, United Farm Workers

Mark DeSaulnier

U.S. House of Representatives (CA-10)

Sydney Kamlager-Dove

U.S. House of Representatives (CA-37)

Ro Khanna

U.S. House of Representatives (CA-17)

Pramila Jayapal

U.S. House of Representatives (WA)
Chair, Congressional Progressive Caucus

Susan Eggman

California State Senate

Anna Caballero

California State Senate

Nancy Skinner

California State Senate

Lola Smallwood Cuevas

California State Senate

Karen Bass

Mayor, City of Los Angeles

London Breed

Mayor, City & County of San Francisco

Ulises Cabrera

Mayor, City of Moreno Valley

Helen Tran

Mayor, City of San Bernardino

Building Trades Council of Alameda County

California Working Families Party

Gen Z for Change

Our Revolution

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Barbara Lee secures major progressive endorsements

The California Senate candidate has received the backing of Our Revolution, as top Congressional Progressive Caucus leaders argue that her advocacy for peace and justice distinguishes her as a candidate.

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