Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association

Endorsements: Elected Officials

Roberta Wilson for Superior Court Judge

“The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association is proud to announce our endorsement of Roberta Winston for Judge. She is fair-minded, balanced in her approach, and just an all-around good person. She was rated “exceptionally qualified” – the highest rating possible – by the San Diego County Bar Association. No doubt, s.he’ll be a wonderful addition to our local bench.”

Please visit Ms. Winston’s campaign site to learn more.

Kenya Taylor for Supervisor

“The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association is proud to endorse Kenya Taylor for County Board of Supervisors – District 2. Her vision for our County is an inclusive one that is not only built on the principle of equality but also equity. Kenya’s values align perfectly with our mission: helping underserved communities obtain much-needed services like supportive housing, comprehensive wrap-around services, mental health treatment, and treating all people with equality and dignity.”

Please visit Ms. Taylor’s campaign site to learn more.

Dr. LaWana Richmond for San Diego Unified School Board

“The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association is proud to announce our enthusiastic endorsement of Dr. LaWana Richmond for San Diego Unified School Board – District E. Dr. Richmond is an educator, researcher, and lecturer who has lived experience which makes her highly qualified to serve our children, District E, and our entire school board.”

Please visit Dr. Richmond’s campaign site to learn more.

Endorsement Policy

Are you interested in receiving an endorsement from the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association for an elected office? The Earl B Gilliam Bar Association (“EBGBA”) will examine the qualifications and temperament of candidates for an “Elected Official” position, who seek EBGBA’s endorsement. The Association encourages qualified African and non-African American candidates to seek elected office. Endorsed candidates should reflect the diversity of the State of California, support the interests and goals of EBGBA, and demonstrate an ability to contribute to the San Diego legal community.

 

Please click here to download a copy of our endorsement policy for elected officials, which outlines the application process in more detail. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Association at ebgbassociation@gmail.com.