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February 16, 2020

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Senator Holly Mitchell Earns Endorsement of Los Angeles Times

 

LAT: “Mitchell has served as the Legislature’s conscience…”

“She is the best choice for the county’s 2nd District.”

LOS ANGELES—State Senator Holly J. Mitchell earned the endorsement of the Los Angeles Times for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors District 2, calling her the “standout” candidate.

The LA Times wrote:  “Of the 10 candidates in the race, the standout is Holly Mitchell, an impressive state lawmaker who has focused her work on justice, equity and fiscal issues. 2nd District voters would be well-served by her.”

Of Senator Mitchell’s record the LA Times wrote, “Mitchell has served as the Legislature’s conscience, sponsoring bills to restore funding to child care and education programs that were gutted during the state’s last budget crunch.”

The paper goes on to say, “Her background and experience have put her in the best position to carry on the county’s work in improving justice and human services.”

The LA Times concludes by saying, “Mitchell’s style is cooperative, collaborative and open. She is the best choice for the county’s 2nd District. Click here to read the full endorsement for the Los Angeles Times

Holly Mitchell is on the March 3, 2020 ballot for the open seat to represent the Second District on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. To learn more visit www.HollyJMitchell.com

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