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Democratic Party County Central Committee — Democratic PartyCandidate for Member, Assembly District 68

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Beatriz "Betty" Valencia

Businesswoman
8,252 votes (5.6%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • To ensure the Democratic Party’s Platform is at the forefront of all the work we do.
  • To lead by example and hold each other accountable.
  • Prioritize transparency and accountability.

Experience

Biography

Beatriz “Betty” Valencia is the Vice President of Operations, in Business & Finance, a member of the Santiago Canyon College Foundation (SCCF) Board of Directors, a previous city council candidate in the city of Orange, and the Central Vice-Chair of the Democratic Party of Orange County. Betty is currently working on her Ph.D. in Leadership Studies. In 2019, Betty was named one of several women of the year and TOP 100 Influencers in Orange County. She is also a published author and a motivational speaker on education and equity.

 

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Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

The belief that we can obtain our political goals honestly and equitably. The resolve to work toward representation and power with and not over individuals. The firm conviction to lead by example and walk with and not in front of our community. Finally, the commitment to speak truth to power.

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