Ochoa Bogh Received Endorsement from the Riverside Sheriffs’ Association

The Riverside Sheriffs’ Association (RSA), 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.

“Law enforcement officers throughout Riverside and San Bernardino Counties strongly support Rosilicie Ochoa-Bogh for state Senate,” stated Bill Young, President, Riverside Sheriffs’ Association. “We know we can count on her to help us increase public safety, protect our seniors and children, and oppose the early release of violent criminals into our communities.”

The RSA represents a large portion of the Riverside criminal justice team including over 3,200 Deputy Sheriffs, Correctional Deputies, District Attorney Investigators, Probation Officers, and Deputy Coroners. These members are all a part of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department which is the third largest in the state.

“I want to help decrease crime rates in our communities,” said Ochoa Bogh. “I am a strong advocate for our law enforcement and am aware of the sacrifices they make as they work to keep us safe. If elected, I hope to work closely with RSA to ensure our criminal justice team has the support they deserve. Thank you for believing in me.”

RSA is another of many endorsements Rosilicie has received from throughout the community. A couple of those endorsements include Sheriff’s Employees Benefits Association, the California Correctional Peace Officers Association, 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.

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