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Orange County Labor Federation Endorses Rickk Montoya for Garden Grove City Council District 6

Garden Grove, CA    Garden Grove City Council District 6 Candidate Rickk Montoya today announced the Orange County Labor Federation has endorsed his campaign.

“As a proud union member, I’m honored to stand with my brothers and sisters in the labor movement with this endorsement. I’m ready to roll up my sleeves and get to work, listening to residents and working families across the district as we work together to bring good jobs, neighborhood improvements and new economic opportunities to District 6.”

The Orange County Labor Federation (OCLF) represents over ninety local unions from every sector of the labor movement with a membership of more than 200,000 working men and women. OCLF is the official regional body of the national labor federation, AFL-CIO, which bring together unions from different sectors to fight for decent wages, safe working conditions, and upward mobility for our communities.

This endorsement comes off the heels of other major endorsements for Rickk Montoya’s campaign including the Democratic Party of Orange County and Garden Grove School Board Trustee Teri Rocco.

Rickk Montoya was raised in the same East Garden Grove community where he and his wife currently own a home and raise their children. He attended Woodbury Elementary, Doig Intermediate and graduated from Santiago High School. He also spent over 10 years serving in the United States Army. He currently works as a 911 Dispatcher with the Los Angeles Police Department. Rickk also serves the City of Garden Grove as the Chair of the Parks, Recreation & Arts Commission. To learn more about Rickk Montoya’s Campaign, visit

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