TEACHER   COMMUNITY LEADER   PARENT

My Values...

  • Affordable Housing Development

  • Campaign Finance Reform

  • Community Policing

  • Criminal Justice Reform/Anti-Recidivism

  • Decriminalizing Homeless

  • Ethics and Oversight

  • Fight for $15 Minimum Wage

  • Gender Equity

  • Green Technology Development

  • Historic Preservation

  • Inclusionary Housing

  • LGBTQAI Rights

  • Pathways to Citizenship

  • Cultural Equity

  • Rent Stabilization/Renters Rights

  • Single-Payer Health Systems

  • Universal Preschool

  • Women's Rights

  • Worker's Rights

  • Youth Apprenticeships & Training

WHY RUN?   WHY NOW?

Tamika L'Ecluse is and has always been devoted to the people. That’s what being a Public Servant is all about. After years of experience working as a Montessori Teacher and Community Advocate to make a positive change in the lives of children, families, and youth, Tamika L'Ecluse is now taking her experience and advocacy to Sacramento City Hall.

 

OUR CAMPAIGN IN THE NEWS 

Read the latest from Sacramento Magazine...

By Anna Quinlan, Photography by Jason Sinn

“I think we have some great leaders on the City Council, but I think sometimes the voices of the community get stifled or go silent because of how politicians affect the community without their input or involvement,” she says of why she’s running.

 

“I want to bring City Council back as a community seat, working for the residents.”

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