Caserta Campaign for Open Supervisorial Seat First to Accomplishes Major Milestones

SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA – Dominic Caserta, candidate for June’s primary open District 4 Santa Clara County Board of Supervisor seat, achieved two major campaign milestones ahead of other challengers. Dominic and his team of volunteers have door-to-door canvassed over 70% of the district and donors helped Dominic be the first to raise the voluntary expenditure limit of $250,000!

With Supervisor Yeager termed-out next year, several candidates have announced their hopes to carry on his successes as Supervisor for Santa Clara County and our entire community. It’s clear with today’s financial filing deadline that Dominic is most active fundraiser and campaigner to emerge from the group.

“It has been an amazing campaign so far and it’s all been possible because of a great team of supporters and volunteers,” Dominic excitedly noted. “We are so grateful to everyone that contributed, our campaign has the resources needed to reach the voters. I can focus my time on talking to voters instead of making donor calls.”

Caserta’s grassroots campaign for Supervisor launched in January, and to date has raised $309,000 from 330 individuals and businesses. Today’s filing shows the campaign has spent over $19,000 so far, primarily on direct voter outreach.

“I wanted to start canvassing this summer because we are taking this campaign very seriously, because the issues our neighbors face are serious,” Dominic continued. “Thanks to our wonderful volunteers, we have logged over 2000 hours knocking on doors, calling and writing voters! We continue to have amazing conversations and build support for our campaign. Our people first message resonates with voters.”

The campaign extends is gratitude to everyone that donated and to every volunteer that has invested their time to help us connect with voters. The campaign will continue to canvass neighborhoods and is scheduling various neighborhood events. District 4 represents Santa Clara, Campbell and the Rose Garden, Willow Glen, Cambrian, Burbank and other western and unincorporated sections of San José.

Please visit for more information about the campaign or how to get involved.

Dominic Caserta is in his twentieth year as a teacher at Santa Clara High School and is an instructor at De Anza College and Foothill College, and formerly at San José State University. He is currently serving his third term on the Santa Clara City Council. He attended Bellarmine Preparatory, graduated from Santa Clara University and earned his master’s from San Francisco State University. Dominic is a fifth generation Santa Clara County resident, his wife Mafalda is also a teacher and their son Gianni was born in 2015.

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