Watch or listen to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce interviews of November election candidates in Antioch, county

h5c-logoThe Contra Costa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is conducting interviews of candidates in the November election throughout the county. The completed videos can be viewed on the group’s Facebook page or heard on SoundCloud.

Below is a list of the candidates who are participating in the video interviews and the release status of their videos.

“We’re aiming to get all the videos released before the ballots hit the mailboxes and Early Voting/Absentee Voting By Mail begins on October 10th,” said Evodio “Vo” Walle, President-elect and Chair, Government Affairs Committee of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Contra Costa County,

Candidates who would like to be included in the interviews, please contact Walle at (415) 572-3568 or, or email

Candidate Status
Anamarie Avila Farias Interview Pending
Federal Glover Interview Pending
Ben Johnson Interview Pending
Harmesh Kumar Video Released
Carlyn Obringer Release Pending
Edi Birsan Video Released
Pablo Benavente Video Released
Cesar Zepeda Release Pending
Jael Myrick Interview Pending
Catherine Baker Interview Pending
Cheryl Cook-Kalio Release Pending
Lamar Thorpe Release Pending
Frederick Rouse Interview Pending
Juan Banales Release Pending
Jelani Killings Release Pending
Wade Harper Release Pending
Mister Phillips Interview Pending
Sean Wright Interview Pending
Cherise Khaund Interview Pending
Fernando Sandoval Interview Pending
Mary Rocha Interview Pending
Carlos Taboada Interview Pending
Antonio Medrano Interview Pending
Laura Canciamilla Interview Pending

Also included in the completed videos is Gilbert “Gil” Murillo.

For more information about the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce visit

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2 Comments to “Watch or listen to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce interviews of November election candidates in Antioch, county”

  1. Daniel says:

    Looks like Gil Murillo’s name has been omitted from the list. He has been interview and the video is available on the Facebook page that was linked in the article.

    • Publisher says:

      Thanks for catching that, Daniel.
      I’ve notified the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce about their omission.
      Allen Payton, Publisher

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