@CristinaOsmena RT @uniteamerica: What does it say about the state of our nation that leading foreign policy experts have identified political polarization…
A Centrist and Patriot to represent the needs of California’s 14th district
Osmeña is the great grand-daughter of Philippine President Sergio Osmeña (1944-1946) who walked ashore with General MacArthur during the Battle of Leyte Gulf. Through her mother, she is a member of the “Grand Barretto Family” that extends through Spain, Mexico, and the Philippines.
She immigrated to the United States from the Philippines at the age of six when her family opposed, then fled, the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos. She grew up in California, exiled until the People Power revolution of 1986 that brought President Corazon Aquino to power. More…
Address the cost of living crisis in the Bay Area.
Make permanent the individual tax cuts recently passed in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
Provide law-abiding Dreamers a path to legal residency in concert with funding that would secure our borders.
Combat human trafficking and smuggling with laws that enable victims to reach authorities and tougher penalties for perpetrators.
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Cristina Osmeña (seated, center) with her son and members of Fil-Am Radio. By Quinn...