As Democrats and the liberal media howl and cry racism about DeMaio’s opening TV ad featuring Pete Wilson and call for border security and an end to California’s Sanctuary State laws, LAPA’s endorsement proves Latinos stand with DeMaio on the issues.
The Latino American Political Association (LAPA) of San Diego has officially endorsed Carl DeMaio for State Assembly — highlighting DeMaio’s efforts to promote and increase Latino engagement in the political process.
LAPA was founded to build Latino involvement and representation in the government, and the organization endorses candidates who they believe “demonstrate the greatest ability to promote benefits for the Hispanic community in line with the mission of LAPA as well as all San Diegans.”
In endorsing for Assembly District 75, Past President of LAPA Delores Chavez Harmes praised DeMaio and noted that he “has been a great partner in encouraging and supporting Latino candidates to succeed and in helping to boost Latino turnout in elections.”
“Carl DeMaio has been a longtime champion for educating and involving Californians from every walk of life in the political process, and we are confident he will continue to pave the way in the State Assembly for getting Latinos engaged in the fight to Reform California and make it a better place for all,” Chavez Harmes continued.
Carl DeMaio thanked LAPA for their support.
"Latino voters agree with our Reform California agenda of fighting costly and unfair tax hikes, improving schools, empowering parents, and combatting crime,” DeMaio noted. “Contrary to the false narrative being spun by Democrats and their allies in the liberal media, Latino voters want a secure border too,” DeMaio declared.
“That’s why I’m thrilled to have the endorsement of LAPA and look forward to working with them in the State Assembly to engage everyone in the movement to Reform California and make our state liveable for our hardworking families of every background,” said DeMaio.
For more information about the Latino American Political Association (LAPA) of San Diego, visit LAPASD.com
For more information on Carl DeMaio and his Reform California movement, visit ReformCalifornia.org