Protect Our Pensions and Healthcare Benefits!
Working people across California are supporting Michael Bilbrey in the run-off for Seat B on the CalPERS Board of Administrators because he has the skills, financial expertise, and union experience to protect our pensions and look out for our best interests.
- Michael has served on the board of CalPERS since 2011, increasing transparency, ensuring our pension system is fiscally responsible, and protecting CalPERS from attacks by corporations and wealthy extremists
- Michael is a rank-and-file union member and is the Bookstore Operations Coordinator at Citrus College. As past-President of the California School Employees Association, he represented over 220,000 union members
- Michael holds a Masters of Business Administration and has been extensively trained in pension oversight and investment
- Michael is the only candidate endorsed by SEIU, California Teachers Association, California Federation of Teachers, California Labor Federation, California Faculty Association, California School Employees Association, California State University Employees Association, California Professional Firefighters, California Association of Highway Patrolmen, and many other organizations, CalPERS Board members, and State elected officeholders.
“I know that public employees work hard, make sacrifices and often earn less than they could in the private sector. A good pension and quality healthcare are key components of fair compensation. That’s why I will continue to work hard to insure these benefits are protected.”
– Michael Bilbrey
Click here to vote for Michael Bilbrey online. To vote online, you will need your Personal Identification Number (PIN) from CalPERS. You will receive a paper ballot from CalPERS on or around Nov. 10. This ballot has the PIN that you can use to cast your ballot online. It’s fast and easy and you can be sure that your ballot will not be lost in the mail. Cast your ballot by Dec. 11.
Thanks to your hard work last month, David Miller was declared the official winner of Position A on the CalPERS Board of Administration. David Miller and the winner of the runoff will each serve four-year terms beginning Jan. 16, 2018.