Vote For Gloria Soto For Santa Maria City Council District 3
Santa Maria City Council Election is November 8, 2022
There’s still work to be done.
Over the last four years, we’ve worked hard on issues that matter most: affordable housing, low-cost clean energy, and the COVID-19 emergency eviction moratorium. I am so proud of what we have accomplished, but this is just the beginning!
The need for affordable housing remains the number one priority. I will work hard to make this a priority for the city, too.
Youth & Families
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the challenges of our working-class families. I commit myself to advocate for resources for early childhood education programs, living wages, and housing cost assistance programs to relieve families from the stressors that keep working families behind.
Small Business Vitality
Now, more than ever, we must support entrepreneurship as our small businesses are creating economic vitality and improving the lives of residents through employment opportunities.
Why I’m Running For City Council
From Our Supporters
“I just had the pleasure of meeting Gloria and even though I recently moved to Santa Maria, I know the community had elected the most dedicated and hard working person to take on the endless tasks of improving our community. I’m certain that I speak for every single member of the community that we have your back…no matter what!! After all, improving our community for the better of our residents is all we are here for!! I am truly blessed to call her my city councilwoman."
- Donnie Sunshine
“Councilwoman Gloria Soto has restored my faith in city governance. She is honest, advocates for all Santa Marians and listens to her constituents. We are lucky to have her representing us. I’ve seen great changes in our community due to her leadership."
“Last night, I went home after the City Council meeting and said a special prayer of thanks for you and your bold motion to stand with us. You said it best when you reminded the Council that it is the Council’s responsibility to revisit issues that impact our community.”