Rhodesia Ransom

Congressional District Director, Non-Profit Founder, Councilmember, and Community Activist for State Senate

Meet Rhodesia

Rhodesia is a proven public servant who continues time and time again to stand with and for working class families. Greatly shaped by the values of public service, Rhodesia spent much of her childhood working alongside her grandmother on volunteer projects to connect vulnerable families with food, housing, and other critical services. Through this, Rhodesia learned early on that leadership is about serving others.

Over the past two decades, Rhodesia has had the privilege of serving the community as a non-profit co-founder of Sow A Seed Foundation, a planning commissioner, a member of the Tracy City Council, and currently a Congressional District Director, among other community engagement activities. In every role, Rhodesia works hard to make a difference.

While many see an elected state office as an opportunity to be powerful, Rhodesia see an opportunity to serve. A wife and mother of three who gets things done, Rhodesia will go the extra mile to improve our community and make sure kids and families have more opportunities to succeed. That’s why she’s running for State Senate District 5.




Sheet Metal Workers Local 104

Senator Susan Eggman

State Treasurer Fiona Ma

State Controller Malia Cohen

Former Livermore City Councilmember Patricia Munro

Tracy Mayor Nancy Young

Tracy Councilmember Dan Arriola

Mountain House Board Director Bernice King Tingle

Lathrop Vice Mayor Paul Akinjo

Lathrop Councilmember Minnie Diallo

Assemblymember Tina Mckinnor

Senator Lola Smallwood Cuevas

Senator Maria Elena Durazo

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When there is a need in my community, I am there to help get things done.  As a dependable voice for working class families, I humbly ask for your support.” Rhodesia Ransom

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