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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.

Management and Professionals, AFSCME Local 1001 Agree Leticia Vasquez is Best Qualified to Lead Central Basin Water Agency

The Management and Professionals Employees Association, AFSCME Local 1001 endorses Director Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board.

MAPA represents thousands of professional managers and management officials that work to make California a better place to live. Their professional strategies have redefined ways to make our communities more sustainable and environmentally friendly.

Painters and Allied Trades District Council 36 Endorses Director Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board


The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, District Council 36, a labor union of more than 11,000 men and women in Southern California are supporting Director Leticia Vasquez on her re-election bid for Central Basin Water Board. 

They represent members that work in the finishing trades and include Painters, Drywall Finishers, Glaziers, Floorlayers, Tradeshow and Signcraft workers. 

Major Union Endorses Leticia Vasquez for Central Basin Water Board

In a clear sign of momentum, another major endorsement came in for Director Leticia Vasquez's re-election bid on the Central Basin Municipal Water Board. AFSCME Local 1902 represents the working men and women of Southern California water districts.  They work in areas as far north as the Ventura County, as far west as the Pacific Coast, all the way down to the southern border of San Diego, and as far east as the Nevada/Arizona border.