01 Mar Meghan Picks Up Top Endorsements!
The campaign attracts growing support from City officials, civic leaders, advocacy organizations, and an impressive number of Culver City residents.
Meghan Sahli-Wells recently won prized endorsements from Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, Culver City Employees Association, Culver City Democratic Club, LA County Democratic Party, National Women’s Political Caucus Los Angeles Westside, Southern California Americans for Democratic Action, and 47th Assembly District Democratic Club, as well as the support of the Beverly Hills/Greater Los Angeles Association of Realtors.
“As the City’s representative on the Board of Supervisors, I know the issues facing Culver City and its people, and I know Meghan Sahli-Wells will work tirelessly for the betterment of the City and the benefit of its people,” said Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas.
“Her work on so many efforts — to improve services, health, the economy, the environment — demonstrate her leadership and commitment to making life better for everyone in the community,” continued Ridley-Thomas. “She will make a profoundly dedicated and effective member of the Culver City Council.”
The latest supporters join a slate of endorsers that already includes U.S. Representative Karen Bass, State Assemblymember Holly Mitchell, Culver City Council Member and former Mayor Christopher Armenta, and all five Culver City School Board members: Karlo Silbiger, Katherine Paspalis, Patricia Siever, Laura Chardiet and Nancy Goldberg.
“Meghan’s strong commitment to Culver City residents and balanced approach to leadership are why I am so proud to endorse her in the 2012 election,” stated Assemblymember Holly Mitchell, who serves California’s 47th Assembly District.
City Council Member Christopher Armenta noted, “In the years she has spoken before the Council, Meghan has shown herself to be a strong, consistent, advocate for Culver City residents. From development to environment to education to transportation, she has the knowledge and experience to lead our city toward a healthy future.”
Meghan’s candidacy is also endorsed by a substantial roster of current and former Culver City mayors, Council members, officials, commissioners, and School Board members, including Civil Service Commissioner Dan Gallagher, Cultural Affairs Commissioner Ronnie Jayne, Advisory Committee on Redevelopment members Vernon Taylor, Jr. and David Voncannon, Former Culver City Mayor Dr. James Boulgarides, and Former Mayor Gary Silbiger, Downtown Neighborhood Association founder Judy Miller, and former School Board Members Dr. Wanda Boulgarides, Stew Bubar, and Barbara Honig.
“School Board and Council members who cooperate on community issues directly benefit their city,” observed School Board Member Nancy Goldberg. “That potential for exchange is why I support her candidacy…I cannot imagine a better advocate for Culver City residents.”