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Democratic Party County Central Committee — Democratic PartyCandidate for Member, Assembly District 28

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Pamela Schure

7,850 votes (2.91%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Create and share with others high quality messaging that appeals to voters
  • Address the lack of affordable housing in Santa Clara County
  • Build bridges across different constituencies using my experience in many walks of life.



Profession:Director of Products and Services
Director of Products and Services, 280 Group (2012–current)


Columbia School of Business Masters in Business Administration, Marketing (current)
University of California at San Diego Bachelors of Science, Applied Mechanics (1984)

Community Activities

Member, Orchard City Indivisible (2017–current)
Chair, membership committee, Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto (2015–current)
Member, Avalanche Democratic Club (2018–current)
Member, canvasser, postcard and letter writer, Swing Left (2017–current)
Peace Ambassador, Various marches (2017–current)

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Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I’m running to make sure that the Democratic Party moves forward on critical issues important to all our communities. The committee needs representatives that are progressives, practical and able to develop interesting solutions to problems affecting our unhoused and people barely hanging on as the price of housing spirals upwards. I know that effective messaging can make a difference in how people look at issues and can make a real difference. I want to make sure that this work is brought into the mainstream at the Democratic party. I have worked in high tech, worked in many businesses all over the world, know the property business from all sides. I have been directly affected by gun violence and will be a strong advocate for sensible gun safety in the community.

I am a mother of three young adults, and I want to leave them a planet that they can continue to take care of.

In the next four years, the Democratic Central Committee needs people who can address the complex issues facing this community with a fresh and integrated point of view.

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