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  • November 28, 2023 - Statement

    Lexi Reese Ends Campaign for California Senate Seat

    With a heavy heart, I am pulling out of the U.S. Senate race. The reason? Money. We’ve raised approximately $2 million. Which sounds like a lot of money until you compare it with the top competitors in the Senate race who have been serving in the House of Representatives for a collective 50+ years.

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  • November 12, 2023

    Why a former Google executive is running for Congress

    Our elections reward people who have been in the system for a long time and therefore have a lot of special interests supporting them and a lot of machinery behind them,” Reese said. “Notice all of this is completely disconnected from your ability to deliver services to the people who need them.

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  • November 9, 2023 - Press Release

    Lexi Reese releases plan to make AI work for all of us

    Reese: “We need technology expertise in government if we’re going to meet the issues facing America.”

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  • November 1, 2023 - Press Release

    Reese Announces Highest Priority in Senate, Passing a “Next Generation: Equal Rights Amendment”

    Upon reaching the Senate, Reese’s first legislation would create a comprehensive amendment to improve rights of women, families, BIPOC and LGBTQ+ individuals

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  • October 28, 2023 - Statement

    A path to find Security for Israelis, Dignity for Palestinians, Humanity for All

    We need a ceasefire. We need to demand Hamas surrender, return the 230 hostages, give up their weapons and leave Gaza. And we need a commitment to teaching anti-violence and hate in US schools. Violence against Jews is the #1 (!) hate crime category by the FBI. Islamophobic violence is on the rise. And gun violence continues to rise across the United States. Inhumanity as a defense against inhumanity will only lead to more inhumanity. We need to do the courageous thing that is right: stop killing innocent people in the name of defeating terror. That only begets more terror.

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  • October 18, 2023 - Press Release

    Reese Calls For Permanently Funding Childcare

    Just days after the federal “childcare cliff” expired and parents are faced with the consequences of the end of stabilized child care, U.S. Senate candidate, Lexi Reese, today called to permanently fund the program. Reese firmly stands to translate renewed financial support to serve mothers, fathers and children across the nation, including California.

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  • October 12, 2023 - Press Release

    Reese: Musk must stop profiting of war misinformation

    After Hamas’ terrorist attack on Israel, the escalating war has prompted the world to seek the latest information to make sense of what is happening. Social media platforms, especially X led by Elon Musk, are too often unable and/or unwilling to stop the spread of misinformation and that is making a tragic and complex situation even harder. This must change. Today, Lexi Reese, U.S. Senate candidate, proposed a series of steps Congress could take to curb the monetization of misinformation.

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  • September 14, 2023

    Meet the California tech executive mounting a longshot bid for Senate

    Reese aims to appeal to undecided voters by addressing economic hardships and advocating for solutions like tax incentives for businesses, offering a living wage and job training, protection for workers from AI-related job displacement, term limits in politics, and new gun laws.

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  • September 13, 2023 - Press Release

    Reese calls for term limits on all members of Congress

    U.S. Senate candidate, Lexi Reese, today, called for term-limits on all members of Congress. Citing the need for fresh leadership from diverse backgrounds with new perspectives, Reese is proposing 2-term limits for U.S. Senators (12 yrs) and 6-term limits for U.S. Representatives (12 yrs).

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  • September 9, 2023

    In city scarred by January mass shooting, California Senate candidates push for tighter gun laws

    Lexi Reese, a former technology executive in Silicon Valley, (Google) unveiled a six-point plan to end gun violence, including giving the Consumer Product Safety Commission the power to oversee firearm safety. She said the body should “issue a massive recall” for guns without smart technology designed to shut down the firearms within 15 square miles of schools and civic gatherings.

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  • September 9, 2023 - KTLA 5 News

    California Senate candidates speak on gun reform policy

    The four Democratic candidates gathered at East L.A. College, which sits less than three miles from the site of the Monterey Park mass shooting that claimed 11 lives on Jan. 21, 2023. The discussion was hosted by the youth-led organization March for Our Lives, in partnership with People’s Town Hall and Southern California Crossroads. The appearance also marked the first time all four candidates appeared together on stage.

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  • September 8, 2023 - Press Release

    Lexi Reese reprimands Congress for failing to protect kids against gun violence

    Lexi spoke at the March for Our Lives rally at East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park and reprimanded Congress for failing to enact stronger laws against gun violence. Lexi unveiled her six-point plan that brings to bear her background as an innovator and business leader, focused on new ideas, to make real change against gun violence.

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  • September 6, 2023

    California Playbook

    Reese, formerly an executive at Google and the HR platform Gusto, is running against Reps. Adam Schiff, Katie Porter and Barbara Lee — all prominent figures with far greater name recognition. Reese said her message to voters is simple: “If Congress or Washington is working for you, you’ve got three establishment choices.”

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  • September 5, 2023

    Tech Exec Lexi Reese Pushes Term Limits in Bid To Replace Sen. Dianne Feinstein

    Lexi Reese, a businesswoman and mother of two, intends to make term limits, climate change, AI and the changing economy big parts of her campaign.

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  • August 2, 2023 - Statement

    Statement on Indictment of Former President Trump

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  • Interview with KQED

    Lexi Reese on AI Regulation and Breaking Polarization in the Senate

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  • Ex-Googler Lexi Reese raises $1.3 million in California Senate race to replace Dianne Feinstein

    For nearly three decades, Lexi Reese, 48, has led a successful career in the tech industry, playing key roles on the sales, marketing, and operations side at companies like Google. But she’s putting it all on pause to enter one of the most watched (and most expensive) political races in recent history: The contest to replace California’s retiring senator, Democrat Dianne Feinstein.

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  • Interview with KCBS

    Lexi Reese, a tech exec, is running for Feinstein's spot - why now?

    The three-way battle among Congressional Democrats who want to succeed Dianne Feinstein in the US Senate gets a little more crowded, with a new candidate who is not a member of the House. A prominent tech executive from the Silicon Valley business world has thrown her hat into the ring.

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  • June 30, 2023 - Statement

    California U.S. Senate Candidate Lexi Reese Calls on Term Limits for Supreme Court Justices

    Today the Supreme Court made it legal to discriminate against LGBTQIA+ folks and tanked student debt relief. Yesterday they scrapped affirmative action. And last year they obliterated Roe v. Wade. I've had enough of these unelected, lifetime appointments -- confirmed by a Senate that is not representative of this country as a whole. It's time to ensure that...

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  • ‘The California dream is dying,’ says former Google and Facebook exec who’s running to replace Dianne Feinstein

    The Google and Facebook veteran enters the contest to replace retiring Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein as a virtual unknown in the nation’s most populous state, home to 22 million voters. In her first run for office she is hoping to distinguish herself as an outsider — “a new candidate with a fresh message,” her advisers say. That would contrast with established politicians already in the race: Democratic U.S. Reps. Katie Porter, Adam Schiff and Barbara Lee.

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  • Bay Area tech exec joins crowded Senate primary race to replace Feinstein

    Lexi Reese, a Bay Area tech executive, joined the crowded Senate primary race to replace retiring California Sen. Dianne Feinstein on Thursday.

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  • Former tech executive announces her Democratic bid to be California’s next senator

    Prior to running for the U.S. Senate, Lexi Reese held senior positions at American Express, Google and Facebook.

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  • June 29, 2023 - Press Release

    Business & Nonprofit Leader Lexi Reese Launches Campaign for California's U.S. Senate Seat

    Lexi Reese – a Democrat, tech industry executive, and small business advocate – today launched her candidacy for California’s U.S. Senate seat.

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  • June 15, 2023 - Press Release

    Business & Nonprofit Leader Lexi Reese Launches Exploratory Committee for California's U.S. Senate Seat

    Lexi Reese – a Democrat, tech industry executive, and small business advocate – filed paperwork today with the Federal Election Commission as she explores a run for California’s U.S. Senate seat.

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  • Former Google exec and investor eyes California Senate race

    Lexi Reese, a Google alumna, has assembled a team of political heavy hitters as she formally explores joining the crowded field of Democrats running for Dianne Feinstein’s seat.

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