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For Immediate Release
April 11, 2016
Contact: Andre Levesque
Villa Park Council Majority Endorses Harry Sidhu For Assembly
ORANGE COUNTY, CA – Today Republican Small Business Owner Harry Sidhu announced receiving the endorsement of three members of the Villa Park City Council for his campaign to the 68th Assembly District. Harry Sidhu is now supported by Villa Park Mayor Greg Mills as well as Councilmembers and former Mayors Diana Fascenelli and Rick Barnett. The newly announced endorsements give Harry Sidhu a majority of the five members of the Villa Park City Council.
“Harry is not about politics he is about results and that is why he has my support,” said Villa Park Mayor Greg Mills. “Harry has the experience and the track record we need in our next Assemblyman. Villa Park can trust that Harry Sidhu will work for us opposing new taxes and liberal legislation that puts our communities at risk. We need Harry in Sacramento representing us.”
Adding a majority of endorsements from the City of Villa Park is just the latest illustration that Harry Sidhu has wide ranging support from around the 68th Assembly District. For more information or to view a full list of endorsements visit www.HarrySidhu.com.
Assemblyman Don Wagner currently represents the 68th district but is prevented from seeking another term under California’s term limit law. Assemblyman Wagner has endorsed Harry Sidhu. The Assembly District includes the cities of Anaheim, Irvine, Lake Forest, North Tustin, Orange, Tustin and Villa Park.
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