Crime Victims United of California Endorses Senator Ochoa Bogh for Re-Election

Public Safety Organizations Continue to Rally Behind Ochoa Bogh in SD-19

Yucaipa, CA – State Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh’s re-election today announced the endorsement of Crime Victims United of California, a distinguished organization dedicated to upholding public safety and advocating for the rights of crime victims.

Established in 1990, Crime Victims United of California has been at the forefront of supporting policies that strengthen public safety, ensure a balanced criminal justice system, and safeguard the rights of victims. The organization is committed to key public safety objectives, including strengthening sentencing laws for violent criminals, implementing effective rehabilitation and re-entry systems, advocating for the fundamental rights of crime victims and their families, and providing support to help victims and their families rebuild their lives.

Harriet Salarno, Chair of Crime Victims United of California, remarked, “Senator Ochoa Bogh recognizes the pressing challenges facing California and shares our vision of restoring law and order. In her time as a Senator, she has demonstrated a genuine compassion for crime victims and their families and has ensured that their needs and protection are at the forefront of policy discussions. We are proud to endorse her re-election campaign based on her steadfast support for our shared principles.”

In response to the endorsement, Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh affirmed her commitment to addressing the evolving challenges posed by increasing crime rates influenced by existing laws and mandates. “I am deeply honored to receive the endorsement of Crime Victims United of California,” said Senator Ochoa Bogh. “As we navigate through these challenges, I remain resolute in my dedication to championing public safety and ensuring that victims’ voices are heard. Together, we will work tirelessly to uphold justice and protect our communities.”

Senator Ochoa Bogh’s unwavering dedication, determination, and collaborative approach have established her as a steadfast ally of law enforcement agencies in safeguarding communities across California.

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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