Julio continues to lead AD-69 field in fundraising

For Immediate Release Contact: Gabriel Sanchez

March 23, 2012 (213) 842-4846

Julio Perez Continues to Lead Field in Fundraising

Campaign Filings Show Strong Support from Broad-Based Coalition in 69th Assembly District Race

Santa Ana, CA -The Julio Perez for Assembly campaign announced today it continues to lead the field in fundraising, raising more than $68,000 in the period from January 1 to March 17. This brings the campaign’s total to more than $182,000 raised, which is nearly twice the amount of either of his two main opponents. The campaign also reported nearly $100,000 cash on hand – more than any of his rivals in the 69th Assembly District race.

“This campaign is about ending the political games and getting California back on track.” said Julio Perez. “My campaign has won a broad-base of support because of where I stand on the issues in my fight for working families. Our momentum continues to grow and I am pleased we will have the resources to wage a winning campaign.”

According to campaign finance reports filed with the California Secretary of State’s office for the period covering January 1 to March 17, the Perez for Assembly campaign reported receiving $68,070 in contributions with $94,545 cash on hand. In its 2011 year-end finance report, the campaign reported receiving more than $114,000 in contributions from nearly 300 donors.

The Perez for Assembly campaign continues to lead the field in endorsements, including support from classroom teachers, nurses and public safety.

For a complete list of the statewide and locally elected officials, educators, labor groups, community leaders, public safety organizations, grassroots activists and individuals that are backing Julio Perez for State Assembly, visit www.JulioForAssembly.com.

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