Austin Adds Assemblymember Anthony Rendon to Growing List of Endorsements
2016-01-21 · By Editor
Esteemed Assemblymember Anthony Rendon throws his support to Councilman Al Austin as he ascends to the Assembly’s top position.
“Al is a dear friend and ally who deserves to be re-elected to the City Council. He is recognized as a strong leader for Long Beach across the region and in Sacramento”, Speaker Rendon said in a written statement.
“California is moving in the right direction and I believe that Speaker Rendon will continue to propel us forward. I congratulate Speaker Rendon and I am grateful to have his support and friendship”.
Speaker Rendon is one of three Assemblymembers representing Long Beach, each of which has endorsed Austin for Council. Previously, Councilman Austin announced the following endorsements:
Long Beach Firefighters Association
Long Beach Police Officers Association
Mayor Robert Garcia
Councilwoman Lena Gonzalez
Councilwoman Suzie Price
Councilmember Roberto Uranga
Councilmember Rex Richardson
Ret. Councilmember Steve Neal
Ret. Vice Mayor Val Lerch
Ret. Councilmember Doris Topsy-Elvord
Andy Perez, Planning Commissioner
Robin Perry, Civil Service Commissioner
Long Beach Unified School Board member Megan Kerr
Long Beach Unified School Board member Felton Williams
Long Beach Community College Trustee Jeff Kellogg
Long Beach Community College Trustee Doug Otto
U.S. Representative Janice Hahn
U.S. Representative Alan Lowenthal
CA Senator Ricardo Lara
Senator Isadore Hall
Senator Tony Mendoza
Ret. Senator Betty Karnette
Ret. Assembly member Bonnie Lowenthal
CA Assembly member Patrick O’Donnell
CA Assembly member Jimmy Gomez
CA Assembly member Mike Gipson
CA Assembly member Reggie Jones-Sawyer, Sr
UA Local 250
LIUNA Local 1509
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Election Day is Tuesday, April 12, 2016.
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Al Austin was elected in 2012 to represent Long Beach Council District 8, which is the city’s most diverse council district and home to the Uptown communities of Bixby Knolls, Los Cerritos, and North Long Beach. Austin chairs the City of Long Beach’s State Legislative Committee and is the Vice President of the Gateway Cities Council of Governments.