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Steve Bradford Shows Up Big in SD 35 Contest
By Sentinel News Service
Published August 6, 2015


Steve Bradford (file photo)

Steve Bradford (file photo)

Underscoring his fundraising prowess and formidability as the favored candidate in the race for California’s 35th State Senate District seat, the Steve Bradford campaign announced that it had raised a whopping $614,067 for the June Primary election and has $440,987 cash on hand.

“I am so grateful for this broad outpouring of support from so many contributors to our effort,” said Bradford, a former state assemblyman.

“This strong fundraising number clearly demonstrates that our message of more good paying jobs, safer local neighborhoods, better schools, and expanded access to healthcare is resonating. Nonetheless, I recognize that we’re still far out from the election, and that’s why I plan to double down on our efforts to continue raising the resources we need to run a competitive and districtwide campaign.”


Beyond fundraising, Bradford has been outpacing every other candidate in the race to secure high-powered endorsements. Below are a few highlights of his top supporters:

• California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom
• California State Senate President Kevin de León
• California Board of Equalization Chair Jerome Horton
• Incumbent State Senator Isadore Hall
• Congresswoman Janice Hahn
• Congresswoman Karen Bass
• Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson
• California Democratic Party Vice Chair & L.A. County Democratic Party Chair Eric C. Bauman
• California Democratic Party Vice Chair Alex Rooker
• Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC)
• California Nurses Association (CNA)

Steve Bradford is no stranger to the district, he previously represented portions of the 35th Senate district for eighteen years – first as a member of the Gardena City Council and then as a member of the California State Assembly where he served as a community favorite until his tenure ended do to term limits.

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