BWWAP researches and interviews candidates running for a range of public offices that have an impact on Black women’s health. This includes federal, state, and influential local offices like L.A. County Supervisors and District Attorneys. Below are our endorsements for the March 2024 Primary Election. These candidates have proven to be courageous leaders who are committed to improving the overall health and wellbeing of Black women, girls and communities. They are the progressive champions and fierce advocates that we need to fight for equity and justice.


Barbara Lee
U.S. Senate

Lateefah Simon
12th Congressional District


Sade Elhawary
Assembly District 57 
(AD 57)

Greg Akili
Assembly District 57 
(AD 57)

Tina McKinnor (Incumbent)
Assembly District 61
(AD 61)


Kipp Mueller
Senate District 23
(SD 23)

Michelle Chambers
Senate District 35
(SD 35)


Holly Mitchell (Incumbent) 
Los Angeles County Supervisor
District 2

George Gascón (Incumbent)
Los Angeles County District Attorney

Rev. Eddie Anderson
Los Angeles City Council
District 10

Miranda Sheffield
Pomona City Council – District 6