Homegrown. Corporate-free.

Fighting for working people in the East Bay.

Join our movement!
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Fremont - Hayward - Castro Valley
San Lorenzo - Union City
Alexis's campaign is fueled by working people like you! Help us represent the East Bay in Sacramento by donating.

Running to protect East Bay residents.

Here's how we'll do it:

An affordable Bay Area for working people.

Many of the families Alexis grew up with are struggling live in Bay Area and are at risk of displacement if things don't get better. Alexis is fighting for a livable East Bay through increased affordable housing and expanded rent control. He is  determined to stand up to the greed of the healthcare industry and utility companies that is bankrupting our communities.

Fair pay, good benefits, & strong unions for all.

As a labor organizer and child of a union family, Alexis knows firsthand that unions improve their members' quality of life. That's why Alexis is committed to increasing workplace democracy, reducing wage theft, and making sure all workers have the right to join a union.  

Funds for our public schools, students, & teachers.

California is the fifth largest economy on the planet and home to some of the wealthiest companies in human history, but our schools rank among the lowest in the country, and our teachers can’t afford to live in their communities. Alexis believes we must restore funding for public schools and teachers by closing corporate tax loopholes and reinvesting in public education.

Investing in a Green California for everyone.

We can rebuild our infrastructure, preserve the environment, and generate thousands of jobs at the same time. Alexis supports a Green New Deal for California, which will employ our residents and help our state prepare for droughts, fires, and earthquakes.

Meet Alexis.

Organizer & activist raised in Hayward.

Alexis was raised in the Bay Area by a family of working-class immigrants. He graduated from Hayward’s public schools and became the first in his family to earn a college degree when he graduated from Occidental College in Los Angeles.  

His grandfather was a migrant farmworker who volunteered for the United Farm Workers, and his father was a union construction worker in San Francisco. Proud of this history, Alexis always had a special interest in the Labor Movement, and after college, Alexis moved back to the Bay Area to pursue a career in workers’ rights and advocacy. 

As an organizer for SEIU local 87, Alexis led a successful campaign to reinstate a group of wrongfully terminated janitors at the SanFrancisco Superior courthouse, and he worked on the ongoing campaign to win a contract for janitors at Equinox’s luxury gyms in San Francisco. Alexis has also worked as a paralegal at various workers’ rights and civil rights law firms on cases involving the misclassification of gig workers as well as gender, race, and disability discrimination.

Alexis SEIU Protest
Follow the campaign.
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Get involved.
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.