Ochoa Bogh Received Endorsement from the Republican National Hispanic Assembly

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly (RNHA) of Riverside County has 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.

“Rosilicie has the perfect combination of conservative and Christian principles that we believe is needed for the state of California. As a staunch conservative and public leader, she will make an excellent representative for her constituents and will best fight for our family values, our faith, and freedom,” said Cynthia Morris of the RNHA Riverside County. “The Republican National Hispanic Assembly of Riverside County is proud to endorse Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh to be elected as our future State Senator.”

The RNHA exists to support Hispanic-American candidates and Hispanic-American interests within the Republican Party. They work hard to promote the political views of the Party within the Hispanic community and encourage civic engagement.

“I am proud to represent my heritage,” said Ochoa Bogh. “The RNHA serves an important mission with their outreach to Hispanic-American communities and supporting qualified Hispanic-American leaders. Thank you for believing in me and supporting my candidacy.”

RNHA is another of many endorsements Rosilicie has received. She has many local endorsements in addition to endorsements from Senator Mike Morrell, Assemblyman Jay Obernolte, and Congressman Paul Cook. Her full list of endorsements can be viewed here: https://ochoabogh.wpengine.com/iconsposts/rosilicies-endorsements/.

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.

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