Assemblymember Brownley endorses Osborn

Torie Osborn has announced she will campaign for a seat in the California State Assembly to represent the state’s 41st district, with the support of current assemblymember Julia Brownley, according to a press release from Osborn’s office. Osborn announced her candidacy at a fundraising event at a home in Pacific Palisades June 12.

Osborn?s current opponent is Santa Monica mayor Richard Bloom, who announced his campaign earlier this month.

California’s 41st district, now represented by democrat Julia Brownley, is made up of parts of the coast, including Malibu, the Santa Monica Mountains and the west San Fernando Valley. Due to term limits, Brownley can’t run for the seat again in 2012.

Aside from Brownley, politicians endorsing Osborn include Senator Sheila Kuehl, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Los Angeles city councilmember Bill Rosendahl and Los Angeles city controller Wendy Greuel, among others.

Osborn has lived in Santa Monica for 25 years and graduated with an MBA from UCLA?s Anderson School.

13StarsManager
https://malibutimes.com
The Malibu Times is the first newspaper in Malibu, serving the community since 1946.

Related Articles

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Advertisement

Latest Articles

Advertisement

%d bloggers like this: