Yucaipa – Republican candidate for State Senate, Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh today released a growing list of local endorsements. Widely considered a clear frontrunner in the race to replace Senator Mike Morrell in California’s 23rd State Senate district, Bogh’s campaign has been steadily gaining momentum since she announced her candidacy earlier this month.
“Mike Morrell has been a great leader in our community, and I’m thrilled to not only have his endorsement, but the support of many other strong local leaders,” Bogh said. “Our campaign has only been official for a couple of weeks and we’re encouraged to see so many elected officials join our campaign to reignite the American Dream.”
The first round of leaders to endorse Rosilicie’s campaign includes:
State Senator Mike Morrell Jeff Hewitt, Riverside County Supervisor Denise Allen, Former Mayor Yucaiapa David Avila, Mayor Pro Tem Yucaipa Greg Bogh, City Councilmember Yucaipa Crystal Ruiz, City Councilmember San Jacinto Michael Perciful, City Councilmember, Hemet Karlee Meyer, City Councilmember Hemet Lesa Sobek, City Councilmember Menifee Ron Duncan President San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency Linda Molina, Mayor Pro Tem, Calimesa Daniela Andrade, Mayor Pro Tem Banning Kerri Mariner School Board Member, Banning Arthur Welch Mayor, Banning Chuck Christie, Board President, Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District Patty Ingram, Board Member, Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District
“I wholeheartedly endorse Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh for the 23rd senate seat,” said Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt. “I have known Rosilicie to be a hardworking and dedicated public servant. Not only is she knowledgeable on local issues, she has the grit and integrity to make real change as our next Senator.”
Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh is a 16-year resident of Yucaipa. She is the daughter of Mexican immigrants, a former elementary school teacher, and sits on the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District Board. Rosilicie and her husband Greg have been married for 23 years and have three children.