The Hollywood Chapter of the National Organization for Women, which aims for equality and justice for women in Hollywood and West Hollywood, has officially endorsed Mayor Lindsey P. Horvath for Los Angeles County supervisor.
“We are thrilled to support Mayor Horvath for Los Angeles County supervisor in 2022,” Chapter President Karen Andros Eyres said. “As mayor of West Hollywood, she has proven herself as a fearless, intersectional feminist who is fighting to ensure the rights of all women are protected. We trust that she will continue to further these ideals as our next county supervisor.”
“I am honored that Hollywood NOW has put their trust in me as the next county supervisor from District 3, and I will continue my commitment to prioritizing the advancement of women’s rights and feminist values,” Horvath said. “We’ve seen during this pandemic that women have borne the brunt of the crisis, and I look forward to working with Hollywood NOW to ensure that our county supports women through the recovery and paves the way for a brighter, more equitable future.”
Hollywood NOW joins a list of endorsements from Los Angeles County leaders for Horvath’s campaign, including Supervisor Janice Hahn, 4th District; Plumbers & Fitters Local 761; Laborers Local 300; Compton Mayor Aja Brown, 48 local mayors and City Council members, Los Angeles Community College District Trustee David Vela, the California Contract Cities Association PAC, Vice Mayor of Beverly Hills Lili Bosse, Beverly Hills City Councilmen Lester Friedman and Julian Gold, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia and Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, who currently represents the 3rd District.
Horvath was elected to the West Hollywood City Council in 2015 and previously served from 2009 to 2011.
For information, visit lindseyhorvath.com
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