Solidifying his status as the clear and strong frontrunner in the race to represent California’s 44th Congressional District seat, State Senator Isadore Hall’s campaign announced that it exceeded the $400,000 mark in total funds raised for the campaign.
State Senator Isadore Hall released the following statement of gratitude to his supporters:
“Thank you to all of those who have supported me so early in this campaign. This milestone, however, is not the end. I will continue to fight on behalf of and reach out to voters all across the 44th district. The people of the 44th district deserve a dedicated leader from our community who has a record of fighting for our community, working to bring jobs, to protect the Port, to advance immigrant rights laws, to increase educational opportunities, and to expand access to health care. I am determined to continue being that leader and fighting for these issues not just in California, but in Washington as well.”
Hall’s Chief Strategist John Shallman released the following statement:
“The incredible support for Senator Hall’s campaign is a testament to his lifelong dedication to this community and his refusal to cut and run when times were tough. Isadore’s strong financial report and endorsements reflect his passionate support among voters who know him, trust him and will stand with him as a proud son of Compton who stayed to make life better for those who needed help.”
Just last week, Senator Hall won a highly coveted endorsement from California National Organization for Women (NOW) President Patricia Bellasalma.
Since announcing his candidacy to succeed Rep. Janice Hahn in the 44th district, Senator Hall has received a wide range of support from many influential leaders across the state. To view a full list of his endorsements, please visit www.IsadoreHall.com
Senator Hall was recently elected to California’s 35th State Senate district, which overlaps with over 60% of California’s 44th Congressional district. He currently serves as Chair of the State Senate’s Government Organizational Committee. Previously, he served in the State Assembly representing California’s 64th Assembly district.