Mike Barbanica Advocates for Enhanced Security and Reopening of Antioch Library

Antioch, CA – In light of recent safety concerns that led to the temporary closure of the Antioch Library, Mike Barbanica, Antioch City Council Member and candidate for the County Board of Supervisors, has been at the forefront of advocating for immediate action to ensure the safety and security of the library patrons and staff. As a former law enforcement officer, Mike’s campaign is deeply rooted in creating a stronger and safer Contra Costa County. His involvement has been pivotal in the efforts to address the safety concerns at the Antioch Library.

Mike Barbanica, Esteemed Law Enforcement Veteran and Councilman, Gains Key Endorsements from Leading Law Enforcement Unions for Supervisor Bid

Antioch, CA – In a significant boost to his campaign for Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors District 5, Mike Barbanica today proudly announced receiving endorsements from several of California’s most respected law enforcement unions. These include the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC), Contra Costa Deputy Sheriffs’ Association (CCDSA), and the Police Officers Associations (POAs) of Martinez, Richmond, Concord, and Pittsburg.

Democrat Antioch Councilman and Retired Police Lieutenant Mike Barbanica Adds United Steelworkers Local 326 Endorsement to His Supervisor Bid

Antioch, CA – Today, Mike Barbanica, candidate for Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors District 5, announced the endorsement of United Steelworkers Local 326. Barbanica comes from a long line of union workers, including his father and father-in-law who were Teamsters and his grandfather, uncles, and cousins who were members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). Barbanica joined the Retail Clerks union (now known as United Food and Commercial Workers) at just 16 years old, and he is currently a member of the Teamsters.