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Gilbert Romero

YDSA for Bernie Kickoff Town Hall


Young Democratic Socialists of America - ASU September 10 2019.

YDSA for Bernie Kickoff Town Hall Public · Hosted by Young Democratic Socialists of America - ASU, Arizona for Bernie Sanders - 2020, AZ Students for Bernie.

Monday, September 9, 2019 at 7 PM – 9 PM

ASU Memorial Union, Ventana Ballroom A

In a crowded Democratic primary field, why should students support Sen. Bernie Sanders? Join the Young Democratic Socialists of America - ASU and AZ for Bernie - 2020 to hear from local politicians, organizers, and activists about why Bernie is the only candidate that will help us achieve what we are fighting for: College for All, a Green New Deal, Medicare for All, and a socialist future.

Featuring as Speakers:



United Students Against Sweatshops National Organizers, 2016.

  • Natalie Yoon graduated from the Ohio State University in 2013 where she studied International Relations and Korean.
  • Gilbert Romero was born and raised in Arizona to a migrant farmworker family. He got involved in USAS while a Women and Gender Studies major at Arizona State University while volunteering with many community organizations.
  • Angeles Solis graduated from Whitworth University in 2013 where she studied Sociology and Peace Studies.

Phoenix DSA

Gilbert Romero, was in 2017, a 25-year-old Phoenix Democratic Socialists of America member from Peoria. [1]

Phoenix DSA endorsements

Phoenix Democratic Socialists of America, June 1, 2018;

Join us at 3 PM, Saturday June 9th for a regular meeting of the Phoenix Democratic Socialists of America. At this meeting we will be voting on chapter endorsements of local candidates for office. The meeting will consist of a candidate forum featuring Marcus Ferrell (for AZ House LD24), Gilbert Romero (for AZ House LD21), LaDawn Stuben (for AZ House LD18), and Camaron Stevenson (for Phoenix City Council District 8), with more potential candidates to be added. We hope to see you there! The meeting is open to all, although only DSA members may vote for endorsements.[2]