Ochoa Bogh Received Endorsement from Sheriff’s Employees’ Benefit Association

The Sheriff’s Employees’ Benefit Association (SEBA) of San Bernardino County, today endorsed Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh for California’s 23rd State Senate District. The District covers portions of Riverside, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles Counties. Bogh is running to fill the open seat left by Mike Morrell, who is retiring.

“The 4,000 law enforcement professionals of San Bernardino County believe Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh best understands our region’s values and needs,” said Sgt. Grant Ward, SEBA President. “Keeping our communities safe is our top priority. Rosilicie provides a balanced leadership approach that will best serve the residents of this district.”

The members of SEBA make it their goal to ensure San Bernardino County is a safe place for its citizens. The professionals in this organization consist of deputies, DA investigators, Probation Corrections officers, coroner investigators, specialized fire officers, Probation supervisors, welfare fraud investigators, detectives, sergeants, and lieutenants.

“I have so much respect for these professionals and the roles they have in our community,” said Ochoa Bogh. “Safety is vital. I am honored to be endorsed by the dedicated men and women who sacrifice so much for our protection. Thank you for all you do.”

SEBA is another of many endorsements Rosilicie has received from throughout the community. A couple of those endorsements include Assemblyman Jay Obernolte and Congressman Paul Cook.

A small business owner, current School Board Member and former elementary school teacher known for her charity work, Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh is focused on improving the overall quality of life for local families by helping California’s public schools provide a quality education for our children despite recent challenges, rebuilding our economy, ending the homelessness epidemic, and reducing the cost of living for families in the Inland Empire.

To learn more about Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh’s Plan of Action for the Inland Empire you can visit her website at OchoaBoghForSenate.com.

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