The California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) unanimously endorsed San Bernardino NAACP Branch President, journalist, and small business owner Cheryl Brown in the race for the new San Bernardino, Fontana, Rialto, and Colton-based 47th Assembly District.
CLBC Chairman Senator Curren Price (D-26th, Los Angeles) said “Cheryl Brown represents a strong commitment to public service, economic growth and justice, small business development, and most importantly the people of San Bernardino. She has served in various roles in government, from the San Bernardino County Planning Commission to the district staffs of the area’s hardworking state legislators.”
Ms. Brown’s endorsement was championed by Assembly Member Wilmer Amina Carter of San Bernardino. Assembly Member Carter stated, “Cheryl Brown and I have worked along side each other for decades to improve the quality of life for the people of the Inland Empire.
It was clear to my colleagues in the Legislative Black Caucus that once Cheryl was ready to enter the race, she was best positioned to continue the work of inclusive and quality representation.”
The CLBC, established in 1967 to advance the political and legislative goals of African Americans in California, is an active and vibrant legislative association composed of eight members (Senators Curren Price- Los Angeles and Rod Wright-Inglewood, along with Assembly Members Steven Bradford- Inglewood; Wilmer Amina Carter-San Bernardino; Mike Davis-Los Angeles; Holly Mitchell-Los Angeles; Isadore Hall-Compton; and Sandre Swanson-Oakland).
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