California State Senator Isadore Hall released a five point plan, titled “Bringing Homegrown Leadership to Washington and Back” which aims to improve local California Congressional District 44 neighborhoods. Upon releasing the plan, Senator Hall remarked:
“I’m running for Congress to solve problems and get things done for California’s 44th Congressional District. Whether it’s reducing gang and gun violence, improving local neighborhood schools, addressing income inequality or creating more good jobs, this plan outlines my vision for an improved quality of life for our community.”
Senator Isadore Hall is the officially endorsed candidate of California Governor Jerry Brown, the California Democratic Party, incumbent Congresswoman Janice Hahn, Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the California Labor Federation, the California Small Business Association, the National Organization for Women and scores of other leaders and organizations.
Moreover, a recent poll was released showing Senator Hall with a whopping 25-point lead over his closest competitor.
Taken between March 21 and 24, 2016, Garin-Hart-Yang conducted a survey among a representative sample of 401 likely June primary voters. The survey, which has a margin of error of +5%, is fully representative of the 44th CD by region, ethnicity, and other key demographic factors.
In the memo, Garin-Hart-Yang Research Group writes, “The following presents the key survey findings:
“Senator Hall starts the campaign to succeed Janice Hahn as the prohibitive front-runner, easily outdistancing his opponents in the initial trial heat:
Isadore Hall, Democrat/California State Senator — 35%
Christopher Castillo, Republican/clerk and carpenter– 10%
Armando Sotomayor, Democrat/community volunteer– 7%
Nanette Diaz Barragan, Democrat/children’s advocate/attorney– 5%
Other candidates — 7%
“…In conclusion, Isadore Hall starts the campaign in a strong position, and with his impressive list of local endorsements (including Janice Hahn, whom 61% of respondents rate as doing a “good” or “excellent” job as congresswoman) and his continued fundraising success that will help him communicate his compelling personal background as a community activist, law enforcement official, and state legislator, he can and will be elected the next congressperson from this district.”
“The BREADTH of Senator Hall’s electoral support is impressive; he leads in EVERY part of the 44th CD, he is the top vote-getter among whites, African-Americans, and Latinos, and he gets the same 35% vote share among both men AND women…”