- Medicare for All
- Housing for All
- Green New Deal
- Abolish ICE
- Protect Women’s Rights
- Living Wage & Worker’s Rights
- Clean Air and Water
- Invest in Our Communities
- Criminal Justice Reform
- Tuition Free Public University
- Common Sense Gun Reform
Cari Templeton is active in politics, as a delegate to the California Democratic Party and served on the board of its Progressive Caucus (2017-2019). She also co-founded a local Democratic club. As her club representative, she sits on the Santa Clara County Democratic Central Committee, where she serves on the endorsement committee and the by-laws review committee.
After over a decade at Google working on products such as Google Analytics, Doubleclick, and Nest, in 2017 Cari retired from technical program management to complete her master’s degree at Stanford, after which she dedicated herself to politics. In 2018, she graduated from Emerge California, the premier incubator program for current and future women candidates. Now, she works on state and local political campaigns in digital strategy helping elect progressive women. Cari serves as a Planning & Transportation Commissioner for the City of Palo Alto since December 2018.
What's Central Committee?
The County Central Committee represents the local leadership of the Democratic Party. Members are elected during the party primary in Presidential years, six per district. Cari is running for Democratic Central Committee in Santa Clara County in the 24th Assembly District which covers Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Stanford, and Sunnyvale.
I'm running to become an elected member of the Santa Clara County Democratic Party.
How to Vote
Easy! Central Committee candidates are on your presidential primary ballot.
In the March 2020 primary election, registered Democrats will be electing their Central Committee Members to be the leaders of their local Democratic Party. I'm running for "Member of County Central Committee, 24th Assembly District." I'd love your support.
Registered Democrats in these cities will see Cari's name on their Presidential primary ballots, which will be mailed to you as early as February 3rd 2020. Voting in person is not required.
E N D O R S E M E N T S
Alison Cormack, Palo Alto City Council Member*
Lori Cunningham, Cupertino USD School Board*
Otto Lee, former Sunnyvale Mayor,* DNC member, and candidate for County Supervisor
Nancy Smith, Sunnyvale City Council Member*
Shelly Masur, Redwood City Vice Mayor* and candidate for State Senate
Clubs & Community Leaders
Stacey Ashlund, 2018 Palo Alto School Board candidate
Kelsey Banes, Palo Alto
Elizabeth Beheler, Palo Alto
Nancy Bremeau, 2018 Los Altos City Council candidate
*Titles for identification purposes only.