Coalition of Educators, Firefighters, Police Officers, Local Business and Community Leaders Joins Rodriguez’s Grassroots Campaign Focusing on Safe Schools & Neighborhoods, Local Job Opportunities, and Delivering for the Northeast Valley
San Fernando Valley, CA – Today, Monica Rodriguez’s campaign for City Council announced the following endorsements in her campaign for Los Angeles City Council District 7:
- Mike Fong, Los Angeles Community College Trustee
- Andra Hoffman, Los Angeles Community College Trustee
- Sydney Kamlager, Los Angeles Community College Trustee
- Michele Siqueiros, Executive Director Campaign for College Opportunity
“Monica Rodriguez understands that the economic strength of our city depends on safe neighborhoods and opportunities for our youth. She has been a strong champion of increasing college access and success for our residents. As a City Councilmember I know that she will ensure our libraries, parks and other city departments create an environment where more students are exposed to the educational opportunities and careers they can pursue. Monica knows that investing in our young people and making sure more of them get trained for jobs and earn college degrees will make the City of LA a better place.”
-Michele Siqueiros, Executive Director Campaign for College Opportunity
Monica Rodriguez has built a strong grassroots campaign, winning support from hundreds of local community leaders, educators, small business owners, public safety, environmentalists, and working families in the Northeast San Fernando Valley. She also won the endorsements of the United Firefighters Association of Los Angeles, SEIU-USWW, the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters, as well as endorsements from elected leaders, including California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, and Councilmembers Nury Martinez, Mitch Englander, and Paul Koretz.
Monica Rodriguez is running for the Los Angeles City Council District 7, serving Sylmar, Pacoima, North Hills, Lakeview Terrace, La Tuna Canyon, Shadow Hills, Sunland-Tujunga, and Mission Hills. Please visit www.MonicaforCityCouncil.com for more information.