LOS ANGELES, CA – Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath, candidate for Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, 3rd District, released the following statement on the November 8 general election results:

“I am so incredibly proud of our people-powered campaign to bring much needed change and equity to Los Angeles County. As we saw in the primary, there are still a lot of votes left to be counted. We are optimistic we will prevail when the final results are certified.

No matter what happens, I am confident our diverse coalition of supporters will continue to fight for our shared vision – an affordable, high quality of life; an end to the homelessness crisis through compassion, services, and support to humanely and permanently help people get off the streets; a sustainable, clean energy future; full reproductive freedom; safe neighborhoods and access to community supports; and true justice through systems that serve the people, not special interests.

There are many opportunities ahead of us to build a better LA County; I am ready to roll up my sleeves and get to work.”