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Democratic Party endorses Gloria Soto for Santa Maria City Council

Santa Maria, CA – Santa Barbara County Democratic Party Chair Darcel Elliott announced the endorsement of Gloria Soto for Santa Maria City Council.

Gloria Soto was elected to the Santa Maria City Council in November 2018. As Councilmember, Gloria has proven to be a leader on important issues like housing affordability, low-cost clean energy, and supporting youth and families. Gloria represents Council District 3, which includes most of southwest Santa Maria.

Born and raised in Santa Maria, Gloria is the daughter of immigrant farm-working parents. Gloria learned the value of hard work and determination and the importance of giving back. For over a decade, Gloria has served as a non-profit professional, working to improve healthcare access and provide leadership opportunities for local youth.

“The Democratic Party endorses Gloria Soto for re-election to the Santa Maria City Council. During her tenure, Gloria has developed a proven track record of fighting for working families, and working to make housing more affordable,” said Democratic Party Chair Darcel Elliott.

Community members who are interested in getting involved in Gloria’s campaign can visit the Santa Barbara County Democratic Party website and sign up to volunteer.

The General Election will take place on November 8, 2022. All voters will be mailed a vote-by-mail ballot the week of October 10.

City of Santa Maria voters can find out which District they reside in by visiting the City website at https://www.cityofsantamaria.org/city-government/departments/mayor-city-council.

The Santa Barbara County Democratic Party endorses candidates running for County, City, and local office based on their alignment with Democratic values, expressed in the Democratic Party Platform, including social, economic, and environmental justice.

“All people interested in our endorsement process, or any other aspects of the Santa Barbara County Democratic Party should visit our webpage at sbdems.org/endorsement,” said Democratic Party Chair Darcél Elliott.

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