Leaders on Nancy

Senator Kamala Harris introducing Nancy O'Malley at the 2015 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Awards luncheon in Sacramento.



"I'm proud to endorse Nancy O'Malley for DA. She is one of the most progressive District Attorneys in the state and has been a national leader in the fight to to end human trafficking. I heartily support her for Alameda County District Attorney because I know she will continue to work to improve the lives of women, the elderly, children, and people with disabilities."

Hon. Eric Swalwell, Congressman, 15th District


“As the former Mayor of Oakland, Attorney General of California, and now as Governor - I know what it takes to keep the community safe. Nancy O’Malley has what it takes to get the job done. She’s the right choice for
Alameda County.”
Governor Jerry Brown



"Nancy has served in the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office for over 30 years, and has been our District Attorney since 2009. I’m endorsing Nancy for re-election because she has the proven, experienced leadership needed to address the challenges facing Alameda County."

Supervisor Scott Haggerty, District 1


"Nancy has created a national platform for victims' rights. I believe in her and in my opinion she is the best District Attorney in the State of California!"

Supervisor Richard Valle, District 2 


"Nancy has been a unique leader far beyond the bounds of any District Attorney in the nation in the fight against domestic violence and human trafficking. She formed the Alameda County Family Justice Center, a one-stop location providing legal, health, and support services to empower victims of violence."

Supervisor Wilma Chan, District 3 


"Nancy has been a super District Attorney. She has been very responsive, proactive, innovative, and engaged. I am extremely proud to endorse her candidacy."

Supervisor Nate Miley, District 4 


"I'm proud to endorse Nancy O'Malley for Alameda County District Attorney. She founded the H.E.A.T. unit to fight human trafficking and has been an advocate for important reforms to our justice system to provide offenders second chances and victims more rights."

Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin

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"I am endorsing Nancy O’Malley as District Attorney of Alameda County because of her demonstrated commitment to justice and fairness. She continues to serve our community with a level of compassion that values the humanity of all. Nancy has been an excellent leader who aspires to lead her office with the guiding principles of ethics, integrity, and professionalism.”

Judge Thelton Henderson

IMG_7634_(1)_copy_pp.jpgL-R: SFCAHT Coordinator Antonia Lavine, DA Nancy O'Malley, and SFCAHT Chair Benita Hopkins.

"For over a decade, District Attorney Nancy O’Malley has been championing collaborative action in fighting human trafficking and a multidisciplinary approach in victim protection and assistance. Her visionary role and highly influential leadership has inspired policy makers, community activists and law enforcement across the Bay Area to join efforts toward eradication of modern-day slavery in our community. In January 2018, the San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking (SFCAHT), a coalition of over 50 federal and local law enforcement agencies, government departments and non-profit organizations committed to combating human trafficking, presented the prestigious Modern-Day Abolitionist Award to Nancy O’Malley in recognition of her key leadership and tireless work on the forefront of the national movement against human trafficking. With her high professionalism, passion for justice and deep humanity, Nancy has been an inspiration for us all!"

Antonia Lavine, San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking Coordinator