FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 25, 2019
Contact: Lisa Gasperoni, (916) 803-0433 or Michelle Henry, (925) 389-7253
Kathy Miller’s campaign for State Assembly today won the support of Stockton Vice Mayor Daniel Wright and Councilmember Susan Lenz.
Miller currently serves on the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors and previously was elected to the Stockton City Council. She recently announced her candidacy for California State Assembly.
A former Superintendent at Stockton Unified School District, Vice Mayor Wright commended Supervisor Miller for her work as Chair of the San Joaquin Children and Youth Task Force saying, “Kathy Miller has been a champion for our children, working to expand after-school programs and increase funding for early childhood education and family intervention.”
Vice Mayor Wright is joined by fellow Councilmember and long standing partner at a local CPA firm, Susan Lenz, who also expressed her strong support for Kathy Miller. “On the Stockton City Council, Kathy Miller brought the city from bankruptcy to fiscal solvency, with Stockton emerging as one of the most fiscally healthy cities in the U.S. In the State Assembly, Kathy Miller will fight to ensure that we get our fair share of state resources to keep our communities strong,” said Lenz.
Kathy Miller is running for Assembly in District 13, the seat currently held by Susan Eggman, who has endorsed Kathy Miller to replace her.
“I am honored that our local elected leaders are supporting me in my bid for State Assembly.” Miller said. “I want to continue working with them to build a strong economy that ensures opportunities for our children and families to grow and prosper.”
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