Sen. Ochoa Bogh Earns Endorsement of San Bernardino County District Attorney Jason Anderson

SD-19: Sen. Ochoa Bogh Earns Endorsement of San Bernardino County District Attorney Jason Anderson

Ochoa Bogh’s Coalition of Support as Public Safety’s Choice for State Senate Continues to Grow

Yucaipa, CA – Today, the Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh for State Senate campaign is proud to announce the endorsement of San Bernardino County District Attorney Jason Anderson. This endorsement, coupled with the recent backing of Sheriffs Shannon Dicus and Chad Bianco, reinforces Senator Ochoa Bogh’s unwavering commitment to justice and public safety, garnering support from influential figures in the public safety community.

Serving over 2 million residents in San Bernardino County, District Attorney Jason Anderson was first elected in 2018 as the county’s 36th District Attorney. Throughout his tenure, District Attorney Anderson has consistently demonstrated a strong commitment to upholding the rule of law and working towards the betterment of the community.

“As the Vice Chair of the California State Senate Public Safety Committee, Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh has been a strong ally of the public safety community with her work to stop early prisoner release and the state’s failed catch-and-release policies,” stated San Bernardino District Attorney Jason Anderson. “Rosilicie sees the unique challenges we face in our County, understanding our shared goals to restore law-and-order, protect victims and their loved ones, and ensure their voice is heard in the judicial process.”

Anderson’s endorsement joins a growing list from the district’s leading and most influential public safety leaders and organizations:

– San Bernardino County Sheriff Shannon D. Dicus
– Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco
– California Professional Firefighters (CPF)
– California Correctional Peace Officers Association (CCPOA)
– Sheriff’s Employee Benefits Association (SEBA)

Senator Ochoa Bogh currently serves as the Vice Chair of the State Senate Public Safety, Education, Housing, and Human Services committees. Ochoa Bogh was first elected in 2020 and currently represents nearly 45% of California’s new 19th State Senate district.

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