COSTA MESA, CA – Reinforcing her status as the clear choice in the race for State Senate District 37, Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley announced today that she was endorsed by the former Superintendent of Public Instruction Delaine Eastin.
In a statement released following the announced endorsement, Delaine Eastin said,
“As the former Superintendent of Public Instruction, I am extremely excited to endorse Katrina Foley for State Senate. Her record of fighting for public education and for our children as former school board member is what we need in Sacramento. As mayor of Costa Mesa, Katrina Foley has also led the charge on addressing the homeless crisis, protecting the environment and bringing high quality jobs to improve the lives of working families in Orange County. Join me today in supporting Katrina Foley for State Senate.”
– Delaine Eastin
The momentum behind Foley’s campaign has continued to swell, particularly in recent weeks with Foley securing a vast array of endorsements from some of California’s key organizations and leaders. They include the California Labor Federation, the California Professional Firefighters, CAL-Fire Local 2881, the California Association of Highway Patrolmen, Orange County Employees Association, Newport-Mesa Federation of Teachers, EMILY’s List, NARAL Pro-Choice America, Fund Her, Consumer Attorneys of California, California NOW, Women’s Political Committee, PORAC, Orange County Professional Firefighters Association, Huntington Beach Police Officer & Fore Associations, Costa Mesa Police Association, Congressman Harley Rouda, Congresswoman Linda Sanchez, Senators Connie Leyva, Lena Gonzales, Cathleen Galgiani, Assemblymembers Cottie Petrie-Norris, Sharon Quirk-Silva, and others.