Statewide & local law enforcement unite behind Mayor Katrina Foley's 2020 CA Senate campaign
Peace Officers Research Association of California and the Costa Mesa Police Association, Joins the Huntington Beach Police Officers' Association, building on her Coalition of Public Safety backing Katrina Foley's 2020 Campaign
By: Foley for Senate
In a statement released announcing the endorsement, President of the Peace Officers Research Association of California Brian R Marvel & President Joshua Kuo of the Costa Mesa Police Association remarked:
"The Peace Officers Research Association of California is proud to support Mayor Katrina Foley because of her record of accomplishment when it comes to improving public safety for our communities. We are confident that in the State Senate she will continue to make public safety a top priority."
- President of Peace Officers Research Association of California
Brian R Marvel
"The Costa Mesa Police Association endorse Mayor Katrina Foley for the California State Senate District 37. Mayor Foley has proven time and again that improving the safety of our community is her top priority for Costa Mesa. We are confident that she will continue to protect and promote law enforcement, as well as the interests of all city employees and the community they serve."
- President of Joshua Kuo of the Costa Mesa Police Association
Since entering the race for State Senate District 37, Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley has built up a far-reaching coalition of support from local, state and federal leaders, organizations that represent women, classroom teachers, working families and more.
To view Mayor Foley's latest list of endorsements click here (http://r20.rs6.net/
Katrina Foley is a community leader, successful businesswoman, working mom and attorney who became Costa Mesa's first directly elected Mayor in November 2018. Foley also served as Mayor in 2016-2017 and has been on the Costa Mesa City Council for 10 years. Previously, she served on the Newport Mesa Unified School District Board of Trustees from November 2010 to November 2014.
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