SD-19: California Young Republican Federation Endorses Ochoa Bogh for State Senate

Senator Ochoa Bogh’s endorsement list continues to grow among Republican Organizations

Yucaipa, CA – The California Young Republican Federation (CYRF) announced their endorsement today of Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh’s re-election for State Senate in District 19, following the recent endorsement of The Lincoln Club of Coachella Valley and adding to her growing list of endorsements amongst Republican Organizations.

Consisting of young professionals and activists, the California Young Republican Federation is committed to a common-sense approach to politics and believes in the Republican ideals of lower taxation, limited government, personal freedom, and personal responsibility.

“California Young Republican Federation (CYRF) is proud to endorse Senator Ochoa Bogh for re-election. Young Californians trust her because she has a proven track record of advocating for fiscal economic stewardship, parental rights in education, and limited government,” Ariana Assenmacher, Chairwoman of the California Young Republican Federation, shared in a statement. “Senator Ochoa Bogh’s unique perspective is an enormous benefit for Millennials and Generation Z because she is empathetic to the unprecedented rising cost of living and the housing affordability crisis. Her unwavering commitment to conservative values embodies the essence of principled leadership we need to continue to have in our State Senate.”

The endorsement of the is the latest endorsement by a Republican organization joining:

California Republican Party
Republican Party of San Bernardino County
Republican Party of Riverside County
California Congress of Republicans
San Bernardino County Young Republicans
East Valley Republican Women Patriots
Lincoln Club of Coachella Valley

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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