Sen. Ochoa Bogh Earns the Endorsement of the California Association of Highway Patrolmen

CAHP Joins the Expanding List of Law Enforcement Organizations in Backing Ochoa Bogh

Yucaipa, CA – The California Association of Highway Patrolmen (CAHP) has announced their endorsement of State Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh for re-election. This latest endorsement underscores Senator Ochoa Bogh’s reputation as a dedicated advocate for law enforcement, further confirming that Ochoa Bogh is the best representative to stand for public safety in Sacramento as crime continues to rise in California.

Founded in 1920 and representing both active and retired members, CAHP recognizes Senator Ochoa Bogh’s unwavering dedication to public safety and her commitment to serving the citizens of California, echoing sentiments expressed in the recent endorsement from the Riverside Sheriffs’ Association.
“The California Association of Highway Patrolmen is proud to endorse Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh for re-election to the 19th Senate District,” said Jake Johnson, President of the California Association of Highway Patrolmen. “Senator Ochoa Bogh’s steadfast advocacy for law enforcement and her collaborative efforts with our association have been crucial in addressing critical issues affecting the safety of California families. We are proud to support her endeavor to promote public safety across all sectors of her legislative work.”

The California Association of Highway Patrolmen’s endorsement joins the expanding list of California’s leading and most influential public safety organizations supporting Sen. Ochoa Bogh:

– Riverside Sheriffs’ Association (RSA)
– California Professional Firefighters (CPF)
– California Correctional Peace Officers Association (CCPOA)
– Sheriff’s Employee Benefits Association (SEBA)

Ochoa Bogh was first elected in 2020 and currently represents nearly 45% of California’s new 19th State Senate district. The new districts 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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