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Baleriano Nunez Reyes
Born and raised in Stockton, California, Baleriano entered the political scene at an early adult age, organizing college campuses and regional grassroots canvasses for Congressman Jerry McNerney’s razor thin frontline races. He moved up the ranks, serving as a congressional aide in the district office and ultimately concluded his 13 year span of work, serving 8 years as Congressman McNerney's Campaign Director and chief political advisor, where he developed & progressed regular political priorities, communications portfolios, budgets, major advertising, & fundraising and field operation plans.
Baleriano was also previously positioned in leadership roles for a 2011 independent expenditure with a successful mission to elect Livermore Mayor John Marchand and Councilmember Stu Gary, where he honed and expanded his expertise at local level field operations. Baleriano also has had the privilege and honor to offer advice and consultation to dozens of other candidates, including local elected officials, Members of Congress & U.S. Senators, CA Legislative Members, the DCCC Western Desk, and the California Democratic Party.
Baleriano resides in Stockton, California with his son and enjoys his spare time nerding out on Star Wars and Marvel lore (sorry DC Comic and Star Trek Fans), meet ups with longtime friends & family or a casual pickup game of chess. He maintains a rating with the United States Chess Federation.
A native of Southern California, Mitchell has been in professional politics in Northern California for over 15 years. Beginning as an out of state volunteer organizer for Obama for America in both Nevada and Texas in 2008, he transitioned to Congressional work in 2009 running the Antioch Field Office for the Anthony Woods for Congress campaign. Mitchell continued as a field organizer for the California Democratic Party supporting San Joaquin County and Stanislaus County candidates in 2012 while managing the Tracy Field Office. In 2013, he worked for Congressman Mike Honda as his Call Time Manager and then opened his own local political consulting firm in 2014.
His Eveleth Consulting Group successfully managed county supervisor, city council, school board, and superior court judge races throughout Northern California until 2018. Clients included Joe Goethals and Rick Bonilla in San Mateo, Doug Kim in Belmont, Rhodesia Ransom in Tracy, Mariam Aboudamous in American Canyon, Cecilia Taylor in Menlo Park, among many others. Eveleth also ran successful measures campaigns including No on Measure F in Half Moon Bay and Yes on Measure V in Mountain View, both in 2016, as well as supporting Yes on Measure AA in San Mateo County.
Mitchell has also been an active member of the San Mateo County Democratic Party where he served as an Executive Board member in the 2010s. He lives with his wife and three dogs in Stockton, California. He is a big sports fan and loves attending games around the country to see his beloved Padres, Forty Niners, and Warriors.
Born in Antioch, California, Beckett started his interest in law and politics at an early age, serving as First President from the first class of the Deer Valley Law & Justice Academy. He took a course on running political campaigns while in college at U.C. Berkeley, which grew his interest. He graduated in 2017 with honors, with a degree in Political Science and minor in Public Policy.
In 2016, Beckett began a long career in politics with a full time, Finance Intern position with Congressman Jerry McNerney. He worked his way up to Finance Director in 2018, and Deputy Campaign Manager in 2021. In 2022, he served as the Finance Director for Congresswoman Cindy Axne, raising $7.25 million dollars.
Beckett also served as the Finance Chair for the San Joaquin Democratic Party. He lives with his wife and son in Stockton, California with their dog. He is an avid video game player and Marvel movie connoisseur, and enjoys a good round out on the golf course.
Jazmin has lived in San Joaquin County the majority of her life, and continues to remain active in community issues. She graduated from McGeorge School of Law with an MPA and from University of the Pacific (UOP) with a Bachelors in Political Science and a Minor in Pre-Law. She also previously attended San Joaquin Delta College during her time at Middle College High School from where she earned 3 Associate Degrees.
Jazmin previously worked at Congressman Jerry McNerney’s 2018, 2020 and 2022, re-election campaigns as Finance Fellow, Finance Assistant and continued her work as Director for SEE Change, Mr. McNerney’s congressional leadership PAC. She also runs her family's agriculture business administrative, compliance and payroll sectors.
During her free time, Jazmin loves reading, primarily fantasy and fiction; enjoys undertaking new hobbies like knitting; and can’t resist supporting local coffee shops.
Rooted in Tracy, California, Nathan began his political journey in high school, interning for City Councilmember Rhodesia Ransom and organizing with the Democratic Club of Greater Tracy at the peak of the 2018 midterms. Since then, he has deepened his passion for politics, having worked at the San Joaquin County Democratic Party as a board member, the Rose Institute of State and Local Government as a research manager, and the University Professional and Technical Employees union (UPTE-CWA) as an organizer-in-training. Nathan graduated cum laude from Pomona College in 2023, receiving department honors as the top student of U.S. politics.
In his free time, Nathan enjoys listening to everything from Sam Cooke to NewJeans, writing about Vietnamese American history, and playing bar trivia. You can also find him struggling to explain to Balerio why he loves Star Trek slightly more than Star Wars.
Caelynn Timbreza is from Stockton, CA and received her B.S at Emerson College in Political Communication and Public Diplomacy. She previously worked on Congressman Jerry McNerney's campaign in the 2020 and 2022 cycle where she served as a Finance Fellow and later Finance Assistant. She additionally worked on Congressman McNerney’s congressional leadership PAC, SEE Change.
Her previous experience focused on equity, diversity, and representation working at the NAACP in Stockton, The Appellate Project in Washington, D.C, and as a research assistant at Emerson College. She also brings experience in constituent services and scheduling in the Government.
Her interests include taking care of her many (MANY) houseplants and plant projects, as well as cooking Filipino and Sicilian food, while making her own recipes.