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Business and Community Leader Robert Wolf Endorses Bill Batey

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Robert Wolf, a respected Inland Empire business and community leader, recently announced his endorsement of Moreno Valley City Councilman Bill Batey for the new 61st State Assembly District. The district includes Riverside, Moreno Valley, Highgrove, Perris, Mead Valley, and March Air Force Base.

"Bill Batey has been a leader in our community at every level," said Wolf. "He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, a 30-year firefighter, and active in youth literacy and mentorship programs. He would be an incredible asset to our State Assembly."

Continued Wolf, “As both a March Joint Powers Authority Commissioner and a City Councilman, Bill has been instrumental in attracting companies to our region. Bill hasn¹t just talked about job creation, his actions have brought thousands of new jobs to our region."

"Throughout the Inland Empire, Bob Wolf is a respected voice and I am proud to have his support for my campaign," said Batey. "I know we can do a better job finding solutions to the economic problems in the state. We need to set aside the distractions and focus on reforming the way our state government taxes and regulates small businesses so that job-creators can focus on growing their companies. That includes sensible investments in our infrastructure that promote commerce and economic development."

Batey has already earned the endorsements of prominent Riverside County legislators Senator Bill Emmerson and Assemblyman Mike Morrell, four of the five members of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors including John Tavaglione, Jeff Stone, John Benoit, and Marion Ashley, and many other local elected officials in the newly formed district.

Robert Wolf is the president emeritus of Germania Corporation and a recognized leader in the fields of property development, transportation planning, and infrastructure development. Long an advocate for the region's transportation system, he has served as California Undersecretary of Business, Transportation and Housing and chairman of the California Transportation Commission.

Bill and his wife, Sherri, who works at the Riverside Police Department, have lived in Moreno Valley for 28 years and have one son, William, who graduated from the University of California, Riverside. A second generation Black-Latino American, Bill Batey is the new face of California's Leadership. To learn more about Batey, or to view his complete list of endorsements, please visit: www.bateyforassembly.com.

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