Greg Tanaka is running to represent the CA-18 district in Congress. He is a self-made entrepreneur and founder of Percolata. His three main branches of policy focus are: justice and democracy, environment, and the U.S. economy. Greg is a forward-looking candidate, with strong beliefs in innovation, entrepeneurship, and the environment. His primary opponent, incumbent Anna Eshoo, who has been in Congress for almost 30 years and is a biggest benefactor of donations from the Pharmaceutical industry. Greg identifies that there are many incumbents in Congress who cannot keep up with the present. His experience with technology would make him one of the only members in Congress who has experience in this field, and he tries his best to make rational, evidence-based, and data-driven decisions. Greg has an extensive list of issues that he has a stance on, and is very open about his values.
Councilman Greg Tanaka was born in Los Angeles, to a Japanese-American father and a Chinese-American mother. For over a decade, he has fought for what’s best for his community and has an excellent track record of developing and implementing new policies that improve the quality of life in his community. Greg is a visionary, an entrepreneur, and problem solver, founding multiple successful companies. Recent violence against Asian Americans has been a top priority for him, and he has raised money and generated awareness to protect the Asian American community. His initiative has proven effective at increasing civic engagement. In his years of public service, Tanaka has proven his commitment to the community and has found success in all fields that he has worked in.
Greg’s three main branches of policy focus are: justice and democracy, environment, and the U.S. economy.
Election to Congress to represent CA-18