Ventura County Supervisor John Zaragoza Announces TWO More Endorsements

troche arial,sans-serif; font-size: 12pt;”>English Announcement:

Ventura County Supervisor John Zaragoza announced early today he has received the endorsement of Tri-Counties Central Labor Council and Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE) Action Fund for his re-election to the Ventura County Board of Supervisors in 2016.

Upon receiving the endorsement Zaragoza stated, “I am very glad to have received these endorsements from the Tri-Counties Central Labor Council and CAUSE Action Fund.”
Tri-Counties Central Labor Council has expressed working collaboratively with the Supervisor and without any hesitation are pleased in supporting Zaragoza’s leadership. “On behalf of the Tri-Counties Central Labor Council, AFl-CIO, and its 70,000 workers in Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo, we are pleased to support your 2016 candidacy for Ventura County Supervisor. We will be communicating this endorsement throughout the election season with our affiliates and members. Best of luck in your campaign.”

CAUSE Action Fund stated upon giving their endorsement to the Supervisor, “John has never forgotten his roots to work with the people who need him most. We have been very pleased to have worked with John as a Supervisor. We offer our full support.”

Tri-Counties’ and CAUSE endorsement will be added to a long list of distinguished Zaragoza supporters, such as Congresswoman Lois Capps, Congresswoman Julia Brownley, CA State Senator Hannah Beth Jackson, Assemblymember Jaqui Irwin, Assemblymember Das Williams, Ventura County Supervisors, Bennett, Parks and Long, City Council members and County of Ventura Sheriff Geoff Dean, and other elected officials throughout the county.

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Spanish Announcement:

El Supervisor del Condado de Ventura John Zaragoza anuncia dos anotaciones más para su reelección 2016

El Supervisor del Condado de Ventura, John Zaragoza temprano anunció hoy que ha recibido el aval de Tri-Counties Labor Council y Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE) Action Fund para su reelección a la Junta de Supervisores del Condado de Ventura en el año 2016.

Al recibir el respaldo Zaragoza declaró: “Estoy muy contento de haber recibido estos endosos de Tri-Counties Labor Central Council y CAUSE Action Fund”.

Tri-Counties Central Labor Council ha expresado su trabajo productivo con el Supervisor Zaragoza y se complace en apoyar su liderazgo. “En nombre del Tri-Counties Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO y sus 70,000 trabajadores en Ventura, Santa Bárbara y San Luis Obispo. Estamos encantados de apoyar la candidatura para Supervisor del Condado de Ventura 2016. Estaremos continuamente comunicando este aval a lo largo de la temporada electoral con nuestros afiliados y miembros. Le deseamos al Supervisor Zaragoza suerte en su campaña”.

CAUSE Action Fund ha indicado en dar su aprobación al Supervisor, “John nunca ha olvidado sus raíces para trabajar con las personas que más lo necesitan. Hemos estado muy contentos de haber trabajado con John como Supervisor. Le ofrecemos todo nuestro apoyo”.

El endoso de Tri-Counties y CAUSE Action Fund se añadirá a la larga lista de distinguidos partidarios de Zaragoza, como la congresista Lois Capps, congresista Julia Brownley, la senadora de california Hannah Beth Jackson, asambleístas Jaqui Irwin y Das Williams, Supervisores del Condado de Ventura, Bennett, Parks y Long, miembros del Consejo de ciudades, el Sheriff del Condado de Ventura Geoff Dean y otros funcionarios electorales del condado.

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Ventura County Supervisor John Zaragoza

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2 Responses to Ventura County Supervisor John Zaragoza Announces TWO More Endorsements

  1. Debbie February 27, 2016 at 12:15 pm

    NOBODY who has ever heard Mr. Zarasgosa speak can forget his roots!

    Unless you fall a sleep (likely) as he drones on and on about his never forgetting them – plus his spin on everything else wonderful he has accomplished – in the world according to him. He an AL Gore should get together and compare genius status.

    On the other hand – I have seen Mr. Zaragosa listen with what appears to be extreme compassion as person after person has spoken at Board of Supervisor meetings – of course the number of persons speaking nor the points they make are ever taken into consideration – but he never forgets his roots… great – I just wish he would remember his constituents are a little more diverse.

    Then again – the people that take the time to show up at County meetings and other meetings and events where I have heard him speak, pat heads and repeat his never forgetting his roots routine, are not contributing public endorsements – so I guess a few votes don’t matter.

    Time to go write some letters to some distinguished supporters…

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  2. William "Bill" Hicks February 21, 2016 at 1:56 pm

    I use a simple method for choosing candidates when I’m pressed for time. If you don’t want to get lost in the weeds that are frequently part of an in depth research, Just find out who endorses the candidate and you’ll know how they will make their political decisions.

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