Elect Joy Frew for State Assembly District 75
Leadership. Trust. Experience.
This election is about health care, climate change, and infrastructure. I am looking to make change.
I have a track record of advocating for single payer health care. I am not a go-along-to-get-along-politician. We need change from the retiring incumbent who has stalled health care, ignored climate change, and maligned hard working immigrants.
I am the daughter of Dutch immigrants. Born in Holland, I came to the United States with my parents when I was a baby. I grew up working in my parents’ small print shop until I came to Los Angeles as a young adult. I worked my way through college.
I am concerned that affordable emergency health care is disappearing in our district; local hospitals have closed while urgent care clinics have limited hours.
Our district is taking the brunt of climate change, and nobody has been working on this. Water is expensive, shade trees are disappearing, and our farmers are struggling.
This race is crowded with marginally employed politicians who only seek the frills of elected office and hoping to land a steady job.
I have the experience that counts. I am a retired federal employee with the Treasury Department, having previously worked for L.A. County Social & Health Services and Washington State. In Sacramento, I will work on the issues that AD 75 cares about.
I already give my time and expertise to the community. For years I’ve been producing my own free newsletter ‘Common Sense’, battling censorship while reporting on local governance issues that are affecting our community.
I am the founder and leader of the Fallbrook Climate Action Team, a San Diego County volunteer group which seeks climate action at all levels. Our team has actively promoted a regional Climate Action Plan that addresses the ongoing greenhouse gas emissions of a clogged transportation system and promotes affordable renewable energy.
I am the best candidate in this race. I know how government works. My ideals are to serve and improve Assembly District 75. I am a professional who has already been working on these issues for years, volunteering my efforts.
Why I am running
Assembly District 75 needs to have a representative who truly cares about the community. Someone who deeply understands the issues, and is ready for the campaign that is needed. I know the challenges ahead.
I am running because health care and climate change have been getting stonewalled by our incumbent Assembly person for too long. We need a progressive who cares about health care and the environment, someone who is already working on these issues.
I do not need this job. I have an active full schedule volunteering with many community and political groups, but I am coming out of retirement to serve Californians and our district. I will use my knowledge and my government experience to work on health care, climate change, affordable housing, and a woman’s right to choose.
I understand these issues intimately, and I know the work that needs to be done. I will make you proud in Sacramento.