Sam Campbell marching in San Francisco with the Indigenous women advocating for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls during the Women’s March (2019).

Sam Campbell marching in San Francisco with the Indigenous women advocating for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls during the Women’s March (2019).

 
 

Get to know your candidate 

 
 

I was born and raised in California’s 15th district.

I have seen what our district was, how it has changed, and I know what we can become. I am an alumnus of James Logan High school and have worked for the New Haven Unified School District for six years. I have worked as a first grade after school educator in East Palo Alto as well, and I am well versed in the Bay Area’s chronic needs. I am a three-time nationally ranked public speaker and went through four years of collegiate debate.

I am of Indigenous and Scottish descent, and I actively participate in fighting for the rights of all people who live in the United States. The consistent lack of care to human rights is what impels me to run for Congress. It has reached the point where I can no longer passively sit back and accept what is happening. I am now actively campaigning to change this world for the better.

If you want change, you have to be the change.

 

Accomplishments

  • Three time Nationally Ranked Public Speaker

  • Three Collegiate Department Awards

  • Sigma Chi Eta Chapter Vice President

  • TEDx talk in 2018

  • Associates Degrees

    • Communication

    • Business Administration

  • Currently Working Towards BA

    • Communication and Business Administration