December 10, 2023

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Political Action

The Faculty Guild has an active political action program spearheaded by its Committee on Political Education (COPE).  The COPE Committee reviews candidates for office and ballot initiatives and makes recommendations to the Executive Board for action.  Recommendations may include “endorse” or support, or to contribute to candidates or initiatives.  This includes the Board of Trustees, the State Legislature, constitutional offices, and local elections.  COPE committee members also visit legislators in their district offices, attend various Lobby Days in Sacramento, staff phone banks, recruit volunteers for political action, and engage in other election activity such as walking precincts, getting out the vote on election day, and attending rallies, town halls, and other actions organized by the AFT Student Interns.


Committee On Political Education (COPE) 


COPE members, 

Private email  

LA City College  

No Representative 


East Los Angeles College 

Stuart Souki

Marcel Morales 

LA Harbor College 

Mona Dallas Reddick 

Alberto Pimentel

LA Mission College 

Chris Cofer 

Mario Venezuela 

La Pierce College 

Denise Robb 

Curt Duffy 

LA Southwest College 

Erika Miller-Tate  


Todd J. Roberts  


LA Trade Tech College 

Kathleen Yasuda 


Scott Ford 

LA Valley College 

Zack Knorr 

Wesley Oliphant  

West LA College 

Grace Chee 

Lorenzo Ybarra 

Emeritus Chapter  

John McDowell 


Political Director 

Natalina Monteiro  

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