Local Legend & Democratic Leader Honorable Roz Wyman Endorses Lindsey Horvath For Supervisor

LOS ANGELES, CA – Former Los Angeles City Councilmember Rosalind “Roz” Wyman announced her support for the Honorable Lindsey Horvath’s bid for Los Angeles County Supervisor. The youngest person ever elected to the Los Angeles City Council and the second woman to sit on the Council, Wyman has a long and illustrious career serving the region. Her endorsement of Horvath’s campaign makes her the latest addition to a growing coalition of local leaders standing behind Horvath.

Roz Wyman is a pioneering politician who made history when she was elected to the Los Angeles City Council when she was only 22 years old. Born and raised in Los Angeles, her tenure as City Councilmember was notable for her coalition-building skills, and for the instrumental role she played in bringing the Dodgers to Los Angeles. She has also served on a number of local boards, including the National Endowment for the Arts and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.

“I’m proud to stand with Councilmember Lindsey Horvath as she runs to represent the 3rd District on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. During difficult times, Councilmember Horvath stepped up to bring people together and find solutions to the toughest local problems. She will prioritize quality of life issues. She has the ideas and political savvy to deliver meaningful results for the people of LA County’s 3rd District,” said Roz Wyman.

“I am honored to stand shoulder to shoulder with so many trusted, local leaders. The Honorable Roz Wyman is a trailblazing woman who has devoted her life to public service and strengthening the Democratic Party. Her legacy of leadership continues to make possible a future that values, empowers, and uplifts women. Los Angeles County is facing a host of challenges right now that require practical, effective solutions. We’re building a movement of local leaders to address these issues decisively and collaboratively, and I am humbled that Roz has joined our coalition,” said Councilmember Lindsey P. Horvath.