2024 Endorsements


Election Day: Tuesday, November 5, 2024


Rep. Adam Schiff

for California's U.S. Senate

Adam Schiff is a proven leader who has earned the trust of Californians by taking on the toughest challenges facing our state and nation. From fighting for affordable housing and ending homelessness, to defending our democracy, to lowering health care costs for working families, to leading efforts to protect our planet – Adam has delivered real progress for Californians.


Adam has become one of Congress’ most effective leaders by bringing people together to get results. He is running for the U.S. Senate because he knows that we can only lower the cost of groceries, gas, and housing if leaders work together, and get the government and the economy working for everyone.

Kipp Mueller

for California's State Senate District 23

I grew up in California. My dad was a house painter, so a lot of my childhood was spent on roofs and ladders with a wet towel or rag around my neck. I learned what it means to work hard for a living – to head home, sunburned and sore, proud that you put in a hard day’s work.

I learned from a young age that we all have the potential to be great, and that we all stand to gain from one another’s success. Investing in our community comes back around to all of us. It means more prosperity, less poverty and hardship, and less crime. For example, when a community has a quality education system, those who graduate from that system are more likely to build local businesses. Those businesses in turn provide jobs for us, our neighbors, our family members, and our friends.

Holy Mitchell

for Board Of Supervisors District 2

Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell currently serves on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. As the daughter of parents who were public servants and a third-generation Angeleno, Mitchell leads with a deep understanding of the vital safety net LA County provides to millions of families and is committed to ensuring that all residents can thrive.


Since being elected to the Board of Supervisors on November 3rd, 2020, Supervisor Mitchell has made poverty alleviation a countywide priority and has anchored an equitable recovery plan from the health and economic pandemic caused by COVID-19. Within her first year as Supervisor and with support from the County Board of Supervisors, Mitchell passed a landmark guaranteed income program, made LA County the first in the nation to phase out urban oil drilling and has strengthened the County’s ability to quickly respond to mental health crises among our unhoused residents.

Our Powerful Endorsements

Los Angeles County
for California Congressional District 34

CHIRLA Action Fund is excited to share our Winning CA Voter Guide! 🎉 These are the pro-immigrant candidates CHIRLA Action Fund members have chosen to represent us in the CA Primary Elections! ✊🏽

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Robert Garcia​

for Board Of Supervisors District 2

Benny Corona is an American civil servant, advocate for agriculture-based and rural communities in California, and a former farmworker. He was born and raised in Tulare County, in the city of Lindsay where he attended Tulare County K-12 schools and graduated from Lindsay High School at the top of his class. He is also the first born in a family of 8, and son of ag-based business owners from Michoacán, Mexico who worked as farmworkers for over 25 years. At an early age, Benny’s passion for public service began to ignite by working with his parents in farms throughout the San Joaquin Valley during his childhood. Through their example and guidance, Benny learned the importance of hard work, faith, and education. As the first in his family to graduate from both high school and college, he made local and national headlines for his leadership and educational accomplishments while still working the fields of the Central Valley.