California Nurses Association / National Nurses United Endorse Dominic Caserta for Santa Clara County Supervisor
Health care solutions and commitment to public safety touted as reasons for endorsement
Santa Clara County, CA– The California Nurses Association / National Nurses United has endorsed Santa Clara Vice-Mayor Dominic Caserta for Santa Clara County Supervisor, District 4. Representing over 150,000 members, CAN/NNU it the largest union and professional association of registered nurses in California.
“As our next County Supervisor, Dominic Caserta will be a spirited leader committed to bringing people together to find a comprehensive solution to ensure health care for everyone. This is why Dominic received the sole endorsement of the California Nurses Association/ National Nurses United,” said Malinda Markowitz, President of the California Nurses Association / National Nurses United. “We need Dominic’s proven leadership and caring vision on the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.”
Voters in Santa Clara County have a wide range of community priorities with healthcare solutions and public safety consistently ranking near the top of those priorities.
“I am committed to hard-working families of Santa Clara County. That is why I am honored to receive the sole endorsement for CNA/NNU,” said Caserta. “The support of our nurses is another indication that our campaign is resonating with working families. Our ‘People’s First’ message is resonating with District 4 voters.”
About Dominic Caserta:
Dominic Caserta is an award-winning teacher of twenty years as at Santa Clara High School. He is also an instructor of Political Science at De Anza and Foothill Colleges as well as San Francisco State University. He is currently serving his third term on the Santa Clara City Council, serving as Vice-Mayor. He attended Bellarmine College Preparatory, graduated Magna Cum Laude from Santa Clara University and earned his Master’s Degree in Political Science from San Francisco State University. A fifth generation Santa Clara County resident, Dominic resides in the Old Quad neighborhood of Santa Clara. His wife, Mafalda, is also an educator. They are the proud parents of a two- year-old son, Gianni.