Central Water Basin Reformer

Endorsement

Lynwood Councilman Sal Alatorre Endorses Director & Reformer Leticia Vasquez in Her Re-Election Bid for Central Basin Water Board

Another endorsement from a prominent figure and leader in the City of Lynwood has endorsed Director Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board.

The Honorable Councilman Sal Alatorre has thrown his full support and endorsement behind Director and Reformer Leticia Vasquez.

Mayor of Compton Aja Brown Endorses Director Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board

Another endorsement from a prominent figure and leader in the City of Compton has endorsed Director Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board. The Honorable Mayor Aja Brown has thrown his full support and endorsement behind Director and Reformer Leticia Vasquez.

Chairman of The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Randy Record Endorses Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board

A past president of the Association of California Water Agencies, Randy  Record was elected to Eastern Municipal Water District’s board of directors in January 2001 and is currently serving a second term as Eastern’s board president.

Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, Representing over 800K Employees Endorses Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board

The second largest labor council in the country is endorsing Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board this November.

The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO is the chartered Central Labor Council (CLC) of the AFL-CIO in Los Angeles County. They are the second largest CLC in the country, representing over 300 unions and hundreds of thousands of working women and men throughout Los Angeles County.

Latinas Lead California Endorses Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board

Director and Reformer Leticia Vasquez is honored to receive the endorsement of Latinas Lead California, formally HOPEPAC. Latinas Lead California is spearheaded by a group of dedicated Latinas who are committed to electing Latinas to public office. Leticia Vasquez is one of 21 Latinas Lead California Rising Stars endorsed so far in 2016.

Maywood Reformer and City Clerk Endorses Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board

Gerardo Mayagoitia, a longtime Maywood activist and current city clerk for Maywood has endorsed Director Leticia Vasquez in her upcoming re-election bid for the Central Basin Water Board.

Gerardo Mayagoitia has been fighting corruption in the Southeast for the past two decades. He’s been featured in many local newspapers including the LA Times for exposing the back-room dealings and cozy relationships elected officials have with private contractors.

President Obama HUD’s Nominee Lourdes Castro Ramírez Endorses Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board

 

Nominated by President Barack Obama, Lourdes Castro Ramírez currently serves as Director of the U.S. Office of Public and Indian Housing in the Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington D.C.

Director Vasquez is Delivering for Compton


Another endorsement from a prominent figure and leader in the City of Compton has endorsed Director Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board. The Honorable Micah Ali of the Compton Unified School District Board of Education has thrown his full support and endorsement behind Director and Reformer Leticia Vasquez.

Central Basin Water Board Director Leticia Vasquez secures the endorsement from Lynwood Unified School District Board Member Maria G. Lopez

Director Vasquez works closely with Lynwood's Parent Teacher Association's (PTA's), Lynwood teachers, the City of Lynwood's Water Department, Lynwood Chamber, Lynwood Rotary Club and other civic organizations to bring educational resources such as information regarding California's historic drought and water conservation into our Lynwood community.

Compton Councilwoman and Metropolitan Water District Director Endorses Director Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board


In her first foray onto the political stage, Councilwoman Janna Zurita was overwhelmingly elected to the Compton City Council on June 11, 2011.