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Ferial Masry runs for 37th Assembly District chair

Posted: March 29, 2010 3:15 p.m.
Updated: March 29, 2010 3:19 p.m.
 
NEWBURY PARK, Calif. -- Ferial Masry is running for an open seat this time as the candidate for the 37th Assembly District, which covers a small area of the Los Angeles and a large area of Ventura County.

The 37th Assembly District includes the following cities: Acton, Agua Dulce, Camarillo, Canoga Park, Castaic, Chatsworth, Fillmore, Los Angeles, Moorpark, Newbury Park, Oak View, Ojai, Piru, Santa Paula, Simi Valley, Somis, Thousand, Oaks, Val Verde, West Hills and Westlake Village.

Masry received support and endorsement by LiUNA!, which consists of 60,000 California members and their families in the Laborers' International Union of North America; 5,500 in Hawaii, 5,000 in Arizona and 2,000 in New Mexico.

"We honor her commitment to fairness and truth over the duration of her campaign and subsequently public service as she seeks to represent the interests of our communities, our union and all working men and women and families," said Rocco Davis, Vice President at large and Pacific Southwest Regional Manager.

Lynne Landers, a registered nurse who decided to come on-board the Masry campaign as an environmental consultant, is familiar with the seriousness of Masry's commitment.  

"Ferial Masry understanding of collaboration and diversity is infectious," Landers said. "The fact that she has the greatest regard for people trying to learn to communicate with one another and teaching her culture at the same time is great to me."

Ferial Masry is endorsed by Dr. Robert Conaway, also a candidate for District Attorney.

Jacqueline Conaway, candidate for the 25th Congressional District against Buck McKeon; Carole Lutness, Chair, Santa Clarita Valley's California Fair Election campaign; Todd Hoover, Webmaster and LACDP 37th Assembly District representative; and Leah Hertzberg, Executive Board member of the Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley, all sent in their endorsements this week.

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