Inland area community leaders gathered this past Saturday to give their support to Cheryl Brown’s bid to represent California’s 47th Assembly District. Candidate Brown told her supporters she is running because she believes this is the best way for her to improve her community. While working with Assembly Member Wilmer Amina Carter’s office she learned how she may improve people’s lives.
“The government can be responsive to them,” said Candidate Brown. “If you have caring people in the legislature you can help your constituents. My staff will be full of caring people.” Actor Bill Cobbs, who has been in more than one hundred films, including “The Bodyguard” and “Night at the Museum,” lent his support by being the event's keynote speaker. “Cheryl is the right choice,” said Cobbs. “We all need to get behind her.” Cobbs says Brown is the right person for the job and says he will do whatever he can to help her get elected.
Celebrity Chef Mouton prepared a meal to remember for Brown’s supporters. “I have heard nothing but good things about Brown,” said Chef Mouton. The fundraiser also included public officials from all across the inland area. Renowned artists Charles Bibbs and Synthia Saint James donated paintings to the event in support of Candidate Brown. Candidate Brown said her main objectives are “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs,” Education, and bridging the gap between healthcare providers and their patients.
The primary election is June 5th. More information about the candidate can be found at http://www.brownforassembly2012.com/
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