LOS ANGELES, CA – Today, Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath’s campaign for Los Angeles County Supervisor, 3rd District, announced Congresswoman Julia Brownley’s endorsement of her candidacy. Congresswoman Brownley represents neighborhoods in the 3rd Supervisorial District in Congress.

“Lindsey is leading Los Angeles County toward a greener, more resilient future through her leadership on sustainability issues and coordinating local municipalities on smart, clean energy. I am proud to endorse her for Los Angeles County Supervisor, and I look forward to working with her to address the needs of our community,” said Congresswoman Julia Brownley. 

Elected in 2012, Congresswoman Julia Brownley represents California’s 26th district. An advocate for advancing servicemembers’ access to mental and physical care, Brownley secured passage of the Deborah Sampson Act which addresses the healthcare inequities faced by women veterans. As a member of the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, she has led initiatives aimed at mitigating the effects of climate change through wildfire recovery. Prior to her election, Brownley served on her local school board as well as in the California State Legislature as an Assemblywoman.

“I am honored to receive Congresswoman Brownley’s support,” said Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath. “Congresswoman Brownley has been a leader on climate change on behalf of our region in Congress. She has always been a strong advocate for the people she represents, and I am grateful she has chosen to bring that strength to our team. As Supervisor, I am excited to partner with her to ensure a safer and more sustainable future for all our neighborhoods.”