The following announcement came in over the weekend from Julio Perez’s 69th Assembly District campaign:
SANTA ANA, CA — Using every tool available to reach voters, the Julio Perez for Assembly campaign this weekend began the first of several neighborhood canvasses. The campaign also announced the launch of its official website at www.JulioForAssembly.com that features several tools to organize volunteers, energize supporters and collect campaign contributions.
“We are going to use every tool at our disposal to reach voters and mobilize supporters from now until victory on Election Day,” said Julio Perez, who was joined by volunteers to knock on doors, listen to voters’ concerns and talk one-on-one about his plan to get Sacramento focused on creating good-paying jobs. “And nothing beats good old-fashioned shoe leather and elbow grease. I’m looking forward to talking with voters one-on-one from now until June.”
This weekend’s neighborhood canvass was the first by any declared candidate in the race to replace termed-out Assembly Member Jose Solorio in the newly redrawn 69th Assembly District.
The campaign also announced the launch of its official website at www.JulioForAssembly.com. The site is designed to organize volunteers, energize supporters and help voters learn more about Julio and the newly redrawn 69th Assembly District.
“With the new boundaries of this district, being the first candidate to reach out to voters personally gives my campaign a critical edge,” added Perez. “We are going walk and we are going to work constantly to reach as many voters as possible.”
Julio’s campaign has received early endorsements from elected and community leaders, including former State Senator Joe Dunn, Anaheim City Councilwoman Lorri Galloway, North Orange County Community College District Trustee Mike Matsuda, Rancho Santiago Community College District Trustee John Hanna, Anaheim City School District Trustee Jose Moreno and numerous labor organizations who will provide boots on the ground for future neighborhood canvasses in the weeks to come.
Julio is running in the June Primary to represent the newly redrawn 69th Assembly District, which now has the highest amount of Latinos of all districts statewide – 78.3%. The 69th District includes a large part of the City of Santa Ana along with portions of Anaheim, Garden Grove and Orange.