INSURANCE COMMISSIONER DAVE JONES SIDES WITH ERIC BAUMAN IN CDP CHAIR CONTEST


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LOS ANGELES, CA — Expanding his roster of crucial supporters, today California Democratic Party Vice Chair and Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chair, Eric C. Bauman, picked up the support of California’s State Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones in his bid for California Democratic Party Chair.

In making his endorsement public, State Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones released the following statement:

“Eric Bauman has done a tremendous job across the state, from the north on down to the south, of turning red seats blue, from the local level all the way up to statewides. People forget that before 2010, there was always at least one statewide office held by a Republican. Thanks to the hard work of party leaders like Eric Bauman, every single statewide elected office is held by Democrats, and our legislative majorities are big and will grow this November. He has helped elect people who will fight for good progressive policies, and has been successful in fighting for them himself. For these reasons among many others, I’m proud to endorse Eric Bauman for Chair of the California Democratic Party.”

Recently Bauman announced endorsements from California State Treasurer John Chiang along with scores of United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Locals from up and down the state.

Eric C. Bauman is the Vice Chair of the California Democratic Party and Chair of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, the largest local Democratic Party in the nation. His campaign for CDP Chair is building a wide-ranging coalition of support that represents every corner of our state and all its great diversity.


For more information please visit www.ericbauman.com.

 

  1 comment for “INSURANCE COMMISSIONER DAVE JONES SIDES WITH ERIC BAUMAN IN CDP CHAIR CONTEST

  1. godfather05
    September 14, 2016 at 10:20 am

    Republicans hold too many Congressional seats in the House of Representatives from the State of California. We can do better if we challenge their reelection.

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