Sandra Ramos

Sandra Ramos came to Consultants Associated with over 10 years political experience in partisan politics, campaign management and consulting, lobbying, and labor relations.

As the Director of Party Services for the California Democratic Party (CDP), Ms. Ramos was in charge of one of the largest constituent-based operations in the national party structure, as well as event planning for all State Party functions. During her tenure, she established the Golden State Democrat, the first statewide newsletter for the CDP, as well as numerous programs assisting Democrats on educating voters and getting out the vote. Sandra served as the Party liaison to the state legislature and labor organizations, as well as one of two staffers selected to oversee the Electoral College in California for the 1996 Presidential election.

Ms. Ramos worked with Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA), first as his legislative liaison for women's and ethnic based issues, then as his political and finance director, raising over $650,000 in a series of successful fundraisers, including a Hollywood-based fundraiser with President Bill Clinton.

Ms. Ramos has managed and consulted on local, state, and congressional campaigns across California and the United States. Most notably, her experience includes Nell Soto for State Assembly (CA), Brad Sherman for Congress (CA), No on 1A (Jail Bond Measure (CO), Ramona Martinez for Congress (CO), and Mark Warner for Governor (VA). Her valued knowledge has been garnered by the Brown/Tully Institute as a facilitator/trainer during their training sessions for campaign managers in Baltimore, MD. She also co-founded Fuerza Democratica, an organization designed to promote voter education incorporating a vote-by-mail field strategy in low voter turnout Hispanic areas.

Sandra Ramos has worked tirelessly on issues regarding labor, human rights and women's issues and has been honored by activist groups and elected officials alike, for her ability to coalesce groups and work on behalf of voter education and Democratic candidates.