Editor’s Note: The opinions expressed in this piece are solely those of the author.
Thousands of Trump supporters swarmed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday to commit seditious acts that were motivated by ignorance and white supremacy, which obviously go hand in hand. But the looting and deadly violence never would have occurred without the encouragement of a treasonous crook in the Oval Office.
A new law similar to Andrew Yang’s signature universal basic income (UBI) plan was recently proposed in California.
Introduced on Thursday by Democratic California State Assemblymember Evan Low, the California Universal Basic Income Program would provide most adults in California with a UBI of $1,000 per month.
California State Assemblymember Evan Low has officially endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang as he joins the #YangGang as a National Campaign Co-Chair.
As a young man growing up in San Jose, California, Evan Low would spend time secretively browsing the LGBTQ section of Barnes & Noble, fearful of being outed.
Attempting to “fit in” evoked a sense of loneliness and isolation that left Low considering conversion therapy to change his sexual orientation.
Editor’s Note: Evan Low is a California State Assemblyman (D) for the South Bay and Silicon Valley. This piece reflects his thoughts on Democrat John Chiang, the current California State Treasurer and candidate running for Governor of California in the 2018 race. The opinions expressed in this piece are solely his own.
My political journey cannot quite be described as typical. I did not run for office because the pothole in front of my house was not getting fixed and I did not decide when I was in first grade that I was going to run for president the day I turned 35.
Assemblyman Evan Low (D-Campbell) of the California Legislature has introduced a resolution that calls for President Donald Trump’s resignation from office and urges Congress to impeach him when he refuses.
The resolution, AJR 17, cites Trump’s actions as deemed inappropriate by critics, such as his persistent involvement in business dealings and rumors over his leaking of classified information to Russia, the Los Angeles Times noted.