DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE SAN FERNANDO VALLEY (DPSFV) ENDORSES LINDSEY HORVATH FOR LA COUNTY SUPERVISOR
The Valley-Centered Democratic Organization Joins Expanding List of Grassroots Valley Support for Horvath’s Campaign
LOS ANGELES, CA – In another demonstration of widespread support from San Fernando Valley community-based leaders and organizations, the Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley (DPSFV) overwhelmingly voted to endorse Councilwoman Lindsey P. Horvath for Los Angeles County Supervisor.
The Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley (DPSFV) is the coordinating body for a coalition of Democratic clubs centered in and around the San Fernando Valley. DPSFV was founded in 1976 by a group of active San Fernando Valley Democrats to provide a coordinating organization for grassroots Democrats with the combined strength to open and run campaign headquarters. DPSFV operates one of the largest independent campaign offices in the state, bringing in hundreds of volunteers and making hundreds of thousands of phone calls each campaign cycle.
“As a local leader, Lindsey Horvath knows how to get things done. She builds coalitions that result in stronger and safer communities and works tirelessly to engage and empower community members to tackle the most difficult issues in their neighborhoods,” said DPSFV Chair Sean Rivas. “Lindsey’s commitment to the Valley and the Democratic Party cannot be overstated, and this makes her the candidate we need to meet the moment. We are thrilled to enthusiastically endorse Lindsey Horvath for Supervisor.”
“DPSFV embodies what the Democratic Party is all about: local, progressive leaders harnessing grassroots power to elect Democrats at every level,” said Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath. “DPSFV has a strong legacy of effective communication and organizing efforts, focused on the issues and needs of Valley residents and stakeholders, who must be at the table in our work ahead for District 3. With DPSFV’s support, my campaign will have the people power necessary to cross the finish line victorious. Valley community members want change and I’m prepared to deliver it. I look forward to the ways we will partner for years to come to ensure a brighter future for Los Angeles County.”