California Congress of Republicans Endorses State Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh for SD-19

A proven record of fiscal responsibility, parental rights, and public safety earns Ochoa Bogh endorsement of influential Republican organization

Yucaipa, CA – Today, State Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh announced the endorsement of the California Congress of Republicans, another milestone in her re-election campaign for California’s 19th State Senate district. This endorsement comes on the heels of the announced support from the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association (HJTA), further solidifying Ochoa Bogh’s standing as a proven advocate for California taxpayers.

The official endorsement was granted during a special convention held by the California Congress of Republicans on January 23, 2024. Delegates representing the organization overwhelmingly voted to endorse Senator Ochoa Bogh for re-election.

“As both a candidate and legislator, inclusion and collaboration are two of my top priorities and it’s an honor to be endorsed by an organization that values both,” said Senator Ochoa Bogh. “The California Congress of Republicans’ mission to unite Republicans across the political spectrum is not only admirable, but absolutely necessary for California conservatives to come together and pursue meaningful change in our state.”

Established in 1989 and permanently chartered by the California Republican Party, the California Congress of Republicans is recognized for its unwavering commitment to conservative principles and values: limited government, a market economy, individual liberty and personal responsibility.

Ochoa Bogh was first elected in 2020 and currently represents nearly 45% of California’s new 19th State Senate district. The new district encompasses parts of San Bernardino and Riverside counties and includes all or parts of Hemet, Apple Valley, Yucaipa, Beaumont, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, La Quinta, Redlands, Banning, Desert Hot Springs, Loma Linda, Rancho Mirage, Yucca Valley, Highland, Barstow, Twenty-Nine Palms, Grand Terrace, Calimesa, Colton, Indian Wells, and Big Bear Lake.

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