US House, CA-23

Derek Marshall


  • Supports transitioning away from fossil fuel energy and halting all new fossil fuel projects
  • Advocate for building out water reclamation projects to address water management issues during droughts and wildfires 
  • Supports the Green New Deal

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  • Flipping this seat will help win a pro-environmental majority in the House, making it easier to pass climate legislation at the federal level


Derek Marshall  is running to represent California’s 23rd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. He is an organizer and a community activist, and is running to fight for justice, equality, and progress. He helped found a global research initiative with the United Nations and formerly worked on Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign. If elected to Congress he will push to expand investments to reach 100% renewable energy, reinstate energy and mileage efficiency investments, restart the Clean Power Plan, ban fracking off of California’s coasts, and ensure everyone has access to clean water during wildfires and droughts. 

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