Crime Victims United of California Endorses Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown
SAN BERNARDINO, CA (April 20, 2016) - As the only candidate in the 47th Assembly District receiving major public safety endorsements from the California Association of Highway Patrolmen and California's top law enforcement official, Attorney General Kamala Harris, today Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown's (D-San Bernardino) campaign announced the latest endorsement in her re-election campaign from Crime Victims United of California. Crime Victims United of California is a major community safety advocacy group that promotes legislation to enhance public safety, promote effective crime-reduction measures and strengthen the rights of crime victims.
"Cheryl Brown has supported legislation that strengthens sentencing laws for violent criminals while creating a safer, more effective criminal rehabilitation and re-entry system that helps change lives for the better," stated Harriet Salarno, Chair of Crime Victims United of California. "Cheryl Brown's strong will and determination of supporting crime victims and helping keep our communities safe makes her worthy of another term."
"It is a true honor to receive an endorsement from Crime Victims United of California and I thank them for their support," said Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown.
Assemblywoman Cheryl R. Brown is the officially endorsed Democratic candidate of the California Democratic Party running for re-election in California’s 47th district. The 47th Assembly District is located in the heart of San Bernardino County and includes Colton, Fontana, Grand Terrace, Rialto, San Bernardino, and the unincorporated communities of Bloomington and Muscoy. She currently represents the 47th district.