Eighty District 4 Leaders Endorse Brown for Congress
Today 80 District 4 Leaders--including Mayors, County Supervisors, City Councilmen and women, School Board Members, and Appointed commissioners--from across the political spectrum came together to announce their support of Retired USAF Lt. Col. Charlie Brown's candidacy for Congress.
In announcing his support for Brown, Steve Jernigan, the Republican Mayor of Oroville, issued the following statement:
"...I'm proud to support Charlie because he has devoted his life to the betterment of our community and our country, and has made his campaign about taking action and offering solutions to the very real challenges we're facing right now. Charlie's story is that of every middle class American who has worked hard, played by the rules and sacrificed to give their children a better future. Charlie is one of us, he listens to us, and I'm confident he will do an outstanding job championing our interests in Congress."
In addition to strong, bi-partisan support among local leaders, Brown for Congress has also released a partial list of local and national groups endorsing the campaign, including the nation's largest organization representing Independent voters, as well as educators, family farmers, nurses, firefighters and first responders, more than a half dozen veterans organizations, and the national non-partisan veterans publication Veterans Vision.