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Sanchez Racks Up Endorsements for 2020 Run for County Supervisor

Loretta Sanchez speaks with Labor Secretary Hilda Solis (R) and Councilman David Benavides (L)

Former Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, who is running for Orange County’s 3rd Supervisor District, received high-powered endorsements from a number of current and former elected officials and community leaders. They include Members of Congress, Orange County Mayors, local School Board officials, and more.

Congressman Gil Cisneros
“I proudly endorse Loretta Sanchez for Supervisor. Loretta has fought on behalf of Orange County for over 20 years. Her commitment to serving the needs of our diverse communities and addressing our toughest issues is unparalleled. We need Loretta’s experienced and principled leadership now more than ever as we look for smart solutions to the homelessness crisis, ways to promote responsible development, and opportunities to improve our regional infrastructure and transportation systems. As Supervisor, she will be sure to deliver policy-based results for Orange County as she has for decades. She has my full support.”

Congressman Harley Rouda
“Orange County needs bold and proven leadership to tackle our toughest economic, housing, and environmental issues. I am endorsing Loretta Sanchez for County Supervisor because Loretta has decades of experience working with local officials to ensure water security for OC for our future, helping our small businesses grow by removing unnecessary regulations, protecting our open spaces and funding the clean up of environmentally damaged sites, and assisting families in access to mental health.”

Congressman Lou Correa

Congressman Alan Lowenthal

Congresswoman Linda Sanchez

Assembly Member Tom Daly

Assembly Member Sharon Quirk-Silva
“Loretta Sanchez fundamentally understands the needs of Orange County because she shares the same experiences as its diverse residents. The daughter of immigrants who has experienced the first-hand the challenges that working-class families face, Loretta will use her 20+ years of legislative experience to improve the lives of Orange County residents and their families across the board. I’m proud to endorse her.” 

Assembly Member Lorena Gonzalez

Tustin Councilmember Letitia Clark

OC Board of Education Member Beckie Gomez
“Our students and teachers in Orange County deserve a thoughtful, experienced leader working to improve public schools and education across the board. As Supervisor, Loretta Sanchez will be that leader, as she has been for decades beforehand as a Member of Congress fighting for Orange County’s public schools. I’m excited to endorse her.”

Former Irvine Mayor Beth Akron

Former Irvine Mayor Sukhee Kang
“Orange County is one of the most vibrant and diverse areas of the country – we need representatives who recognize this and seek to protect and improve our quality of life, strengthen our economic opportunities, expand our transportation options, and more. Loretta Sanchez has already been doing this work for Orange County for 20 years – this makes her undoubtedly the best choice for this Supervisor seat. She has my enthusiastic endorsement.”  

Anaheim Council Member Jordon Brandman

Fullerton Mayor Jesus Silva

Orange Unified School District Board Member Kris Erickson

Rancho Santiago Community College Board Member Larry Labrado

Rancho Santiago Community College Board Member Zelenograd Hernandez


Loretta Sanchez is a former Congresswoman representing California’s 46th Congressional District from 1997 to 2017. In 1996, Sanchez beat conservative Congressman Bob Dornan and went on to serve 20 years in the House representing portions of Santa Ana, Irvine, Tustin, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Orange, and Anaheim. There, she served as a senior-ranking member of the Armed Services Committee and Homeland Security Committee. In 2016, she was named one of the 25 Most Powerful Women of Congress.


  1. Tait Tait July 1, 2019

    Endorsements are POO. Proof of origin: Anacrime.

  2. Tait Tait July 1, 2019

    Endorsements are POO. Proof Of Origin: Anacrime.

  3. Tait Tait July 1, 2019


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