Progressive, Grassroots Political Party Joins Expanding
Coalition Backing Horvath for Supervisor

LOS ANGELES, CA – Today, Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath announced the California Working Families Party’s (CA WFP) endorsement of her bid for Los Angeles County Supervisor. Founded in New York in 1998 and established in California in 2022, the CA WFP is dedicated to building a multiracial movement of working people fighting for a better and equitable future for all.

“Councilwoman Horvath has been a strong advocate for working people, from standing with service workers fighting for adequate pay to leading the charge to raise the minimum wage in West Hollywood,” said California Working Families Party Director Jane Kim. “She has stood with working families, and we are standing with her in this race. We are proud to endorse Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath for Los Angeles County Supervisor.”

With a coalition of more than hundreds of thousands of people across the country, the CA WFP comprises individual members and partners in unions, community organizations, and social movements. The party supports leaders who share their mission of advocating and winning for working families.

“The most important race in Los Angeles County is Supervisorial District 3 and the only candidate we can entrust to serve in that seat is Lindsey Horvath,” said WFP Los Angeles Steering Committee member Gabriela Vázquez. “Lindsey has been a champion for comprehensive public safety in West Hollywood and a steadfast community partner in the implementation of alternatives to incarceration. We need her leadership to solidify an all-woman progressive Board that will fight for worker and tenants protections, gender justice, environmental protections, and safer communities.”

“I am honored by the trust and support represented by the endorsement from the Working Families Party,” said Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath. “CA WFP knows that we are not just recovering from COVID-19 but also the broken system that existed before this time of crisis. It is essential now more than ever that the people working multiple jobs just to make ends meet have a voice in government, and I am committed to working with the CA WFP to be that voice.”