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Tuesday November 8, 2022 — California General Election

California State SenateCandidate for District 32

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Brian Nash

Analytics Consultant/Businessperson
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • We MUST improve our educational system, to benefit both students (of all ages) and the educators that are teaching our future generation of workers.
  • It's imperative that we invest in a variety of infrastructure initiatives, ranging from roads (and electric vehicle infrastructure) to water pipes and storage improvements.
  • Fight for equality and equity issues, ranging from housing and homelessness, to civil rights, women's and LGBTQ+ rights.



Profession:Analytics Consultant / Businessperson
Process Design Consultant, Bank of America (2015–current)


Indiana University Master of Science (M.S.), Business Analytics (2016)
Indiana University Master of Science (M.S.), Business Administration (MBA) (2015)
Southern New Hampshire University Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Finance (2013)

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Questions & Answers

Questions from League of Women Voters of California (4)

Describe what proposal(s) you would support to alleviate the shortage of affordable housing for middle and low income people in California?
Answer from Brian Nash:

I am currently engaged with local housing advocacy groups to identify and promote new and innovative ways to assure that everyone has access to safe and stable housing.  This can include everything from simply building more homes, to finding effective ways to use existing structures more effectively.  

To reach a goal of carbon neutrality by 2045, as set forth in a 2018 executive order what, if any, proposals, plans or legislation would you support?  Please be specific.
Answer from Brian Nash:

We MUST harness the power of the sun anywhere and everywhere we can here in California.  Solar needs to be available to all, and programs that currently help lower income residents MUST be better promoted and expanded to cover more people.  There is zero reason why we should continue to use non-renewable resources, when California has such a huge opportunity.

Furthermore, I wish to bring us closer to a full electric vehicle future.  We MUST build the infrastructure to make this need a reality, including the standardization of equipment, the expansion of charging stations, and the ability to bring the costs of these vehicles down, so that everyone will soon have the opportunity to trade into the future.  A cash for clunkers type program would be extremely valuable in helping to take gas-guzzlers off the road, bringing down overall costs, and greatly improving our environment over the long run.

Low income households

What programs or strategies would you suggest to meet the educational needs of young, low-income Californians?

No answer provided.

What programs, proposals, projects, or legislation would you support to meet the water needs of all Californians?

No answer provided.

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