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Lake Elsinore, Wildomar Mayors Endorse Glenn Miller For Senate

The primary election is June 3, 2014.

Lake Elsinore, Wildomar Mayors Endorse Glenn Miller For Senate
Indio City Councilman Glenn Miller announced this week that his campaign for the 28th State Senate District has been endorsed by Lake Elsinore Mayor Bob Magee and Wildomar Mayor Tim Walker.

"I believe that Glenn is the change we need in Sacramento," Magee said in a released statement. "I have worked with Glenn for years on the Riverside County Transportation Commission and I know his dedication and willingness to work across party lines to get things done will be an asset to our community in Sacramento."

"With these tough economic times we need someone in Sacramento that will fight for our communities and I know that Glenn is the right person for the job!" Walker said in the same statement. "I find it refreshing to have a person who truly cares what is happening in my city and is looking at solutions to fix the problems. We need this type of support and caring in the Senate not just another capital insider."

"I am honored to have the support of my good friends Mayor Bob Magee and Mayor Tim Walker," Miller said. "With the 28th State Senate District being so large, their counsel and guidance will be critical in working to find local solutions to the issues all of our communities face." 

For more information on the Glenn Miller for State Senate campaign and his list of endorsements visit  Glennmiller4statesenate2014.org.

The 28th State Senate District covers all of eastern Riverside County, from the Coachella Valley to Blyth on the Arizona boarder, and runs southwest covering the cities of Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore, Wildomar, Canyon Lake and surrounding communities. The primary election is June 3, 2014. 

Lake Elsinore and Wildomar fell into a black hole of sorts following the 2012 election and redistricting. Since that election, the cities are being served by senators appointed by the Senate Rules Committee.  Click here for more on that story.

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