Contra Costa Young Democrats Endorse Annette Lewis
Antioch Education Association Endorses Annette Lewis
Our county board of education
Our county board of education needs Annette’s perspective and expertise as a parent who has been an active leader in our county’s schools.
Monica Wilson Endorses Annette Lewis
East Bay Times/Mercury News Endorses Annette Lewis
Lambda Democrats Endorse Annette Lewis
I endorse Annette Lewis because
I endorse Annette Lewis because she has demonstrated consistent support of all students throughout her many years in public education and she will continue to do so to ensure our public schools remain top schools educating all our children.
Lisa Brizendine endorses Annette Lewis
Contra Costa AFL-CIO Labor Council Endorses Annette Lewis
Carol Ruley endorses Annette Lewis
As a retired middle school
As a retired middle school teacher and College Professor I support Annette Lewis for Contra Costa Board of Education District 5. Our district deserves representation that will be respectful and in the best interest of our students.
The California Teachers Association Endorses Annette Lewis
Debbie Tyler-Ovick Endorses Annette Lewis
Friend of Education/Widow of Dr. Joe Ovick
Velma Wilson endorses Annette Lewis
Bruce Dennis, President, California County Boards of Education Endorses Annette Lewis
It is time for a significant upgrade in Contra Costa County Bruce Dennis, President, California County Boards of Education
Member, Riverside County Board of Education
Mike Dupray Endorses Annette Lewis
Evolve endorses Annette Lewis
Congratulations! Evolve’s Board of Directors voted to endorse you in the November 6th Election
I am the three-term Antioch
I am a three-term Antioch Unified School Board trustee and I feel that Annette has the best interests of students in the forefront of her decisions. Her volunteer background of 21 years in PTAs all the way up to the state level, will serve her well when elected.
Elizabeth Rimbault endorses Annette Lewis
Mayor Pro-Tem of Antioch in 1990. Antioch City Council through 1996. Served 7 years before that on County Assessment Appeals Board, twice as Chair. Served on City Admin Appeals board, 2 years. Born and raised in Antioch; Former owner with husband of the Springyard Florist (closed Dec. 2013 after 40 years) and Elizabeth Rimbault Document Service (retired 2013-14). Widow, 72 yrs old. Set up the Antioch Historical Society Museum, serving as museum director for 12 years. Museum board for over 24 years, now honorary Board member and past president. 2 time past president of Woman’s Club of Antioch and current Financial Secretary. Taught Real Estate Appraisal for 7 Fall Semesters at Los Medanos College in the 1980’s-90’s