Aaron Reveles is an at-large officer on the Peace and Freedom Party State Committee, as well as an active member of the Los Angeles County Committee & Statewide Media Committee. He has dedicated his party work to rebuilding bridges with old comrades that have once been burnt, as well as building new bridges with the plethora of socialist groups that have been popping up after the 2020 election cycle.

Aaron hails from the east side of Los Angeles, earning degrees in History from the University of California Santa Barbara and a Master’s of Science in Education (M.Ed.) from the Johns Hopkins School of Education. He is currently a teacher with the Los Angeles Unified School district.

On why he is running for a seat on the Montebello Unified School Board, Aaron states, “As a teacher and a community organizer, I see how both educational and political policy affects my students, whether inside or outside of the classroom. I have learned both in study and practice that students in poverty cannot learn until their basic needs are met.

“I am running because I can bring ideas to the table that will meet not only student's educational needs, but also their basic needs."

If you would like to help Aaron in our efforts to build a mass base of support for our party at the local level please follow his campaign, sign up to volunteer for phonebanking, and/or donate to his campaign via Linktree by clicking here.

In Solidarity,

Peace and Freedom Party of Los Angeles County


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