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Los Angeles County Democratic Party Announces Additional Endorsements for Spring 2015 Local Elections

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles County Democratic Party (LACDP) announces the following additional endorsements for local elections taking place in Spring 2015. Unless otherwise noted, all elections are held on March 3, 2015.

(*Incumbent)
Azusa
Measure A – YES

Bell City Council
Violeta Alvarez *
Fidencio Gallardo
Ali Saleh *

Bell
Measure C – YES

Carson
Measure C – NO ENDORSEMENT

Cerritos
Measure A – NO CONSENSUS

Cerritos City Council
Sam Sultan Ahmad
Mark E. Pulido *
Frank Aurielo Yokoyama

Commerce City Council
Oralia Rebollo
Denise Robles *

Cudahy City Council
Christian Hernandez
Cristian Markovich
Baru Sanchez *

Cudahy
Measure A – NO

Hermosa Beach
Measure O – NO

Inglewood City Clerk
(Note: Election is April 7, 2015)
Yvonne Horton *

Inglewood City Council
(Note: Election is April 7, 2015)
District 3 – Eloy Morales, Jr. *

Inglewood Unified School District
(Note: Election is April 7, 2015)
Seat 1 – Margaret Richards-Bowers
Seat 3 – Melody O. Ngaue-Tuuholoaki
Seat 4 – Darius Leevy
Seat 5 – D’Artagnan Scorza

La Habra Heights
Measure A – YES

Long Beach City Council – Special Election
(Note: Election is April 14, 2015)
District 4 – Herlinda Chico

Monrovia Mayor
(Note: Election is April 14, 2015)
Mary Ann Lutz *

Monrovia City Council
(Note: Election is April 14, 2015)
Scott Austin

Monterey Park City Council
Stephen Lam
Delario Robinson
Anthony Wong *

Paramount
Measure P – NO ENDORSEMENT

Redondo Beach
Measure B – YES

Rosemead City Council
Polly Low

San Gabriel City Council
Denise Menchaca

San Fernando City Council
Jesse Avila *
Sylvia Ballin *
Antonio Lopez *

San Marino Unified School District
(Note: Election is March 10, 2015)
Measure E – YES

West Hollywood City Council
Joe Guardarrama
John Heilman *
Lindsey Horvath

LACDP Chair and California Democratic Party Vice Chair Eric C. Bauman released the following statement regarding these new LACDP endorsements.

“The candidates endorsed by the Los Angeles County Democratic Party this week share our progressive values and our desire to fight for working men and women. Each of these candidates will work to create good jobs, ensure safe neighborhoods, and protect our environment, all the while holding true to what makes us Democrats. I look forward to working with them to advance our shared values.”

LACDP previously announced endorsements made at its January 13, 2015 meeting.  For more information and a full list of endorsements, please visit www.lacdp.org/endorsements.

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