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Assemblywoman Receives Endorsements

 

Assemblywoman Recieves Endorsements

Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager has kicked her 54th Assembly District campaign for re-election into high gear with less than a month to go before her district's registered voters head to the polls on June 5 to cast votes for their preferred candidates in the Statewide Direct Primary Election.

Since taking office on April 16 after her landslide Special Election victory on April 3, Assemblywoman Kamlager has gained the backing of major supporters and endorsers in her campaign to win a full two-year term in the California State Assembly.

Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon has endorsed Assemblywoman Kamlager for re-election and she enjoys the support of members of the Assembly Democratic Caucus. Merced Assemblyman Adam Gray, Camarillo Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin and Elk Grove Assemblyman Jim Cooper have endorsed Assemblywoman Kamlager in her June 5 Primary Election after previously backing challengers to her in the April 3 Special Election Primary.

The California Nurses Association (CNA), representing tens of thousands of registered nurses working in the hospitals, clinics and health agencies throughout the state, has added its considerable influence to the list of labor organizations endorsing Assemblywoman Kamlager for re-election.

54th Assembly District registered voters that requested vote-by-mail ballots are due to receive their ballots within the next 7-days, leaving them with approximately three weeks to cast their votes and mail their ballots by the Primary Election polls closing deadline on Tuesday, June 5.

Assemblywoman Kamlager received 70% of votes cast in the April 3 Special Election. She defeated three opposing candidates and outdistanced her nearest political challenger by more than 13,500 votes. She currently serves the remaining unexpired term of former Assembly Member Sebastian Ridley-Thomas.

The 54th Assembly District represents residents in South L.A., West L.A., Southwest L.A. and the City of Culver City.

 

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