August 15, 2013

LAWT News Service


Sebastian Ridley-Thomas recently announced he has raised $230,000 in the first two months of his campaign for state Assembly’s 54th District. On June 30 Ridley-Thomas officially reported having raised $102,000 for his campaign. Ridley-Thomas said he is grateful for the tremendous support he has garnered at this stage in his campaign.

“I’m very pleased and thankful for the encouragement I have received since I announced my intention to run for the 54th Assembly District. A heart-warming number of people have expressed their confidence in my ability to perform well in this important position of leadership for our community and state. My supporters’ enthusiasm has given me greater energy to work harder as my campaign progresses.

“In the weeks ahead, we look forward to engaging the people of the 54th Assembly District in a discussion of issues of greatest concern to them, and showing how a new generation of leadership, coupled with serious work, can deliver desired results throughout the 54th Assembly District,” he said.

“We’ve had a strong start. I have a solid campaign team behind me. We have a lot more work to do. We have more people to reach with our message. We intend to finish strong. I plan to be successful in the upcoming Special Election,” he added.

California’s 54th Assembly District encompasses Culver City and unincorporated Ladera Heights, and the Los Angeles communities of Mar Vista, Palms, Westwood, Cheviot Hills, Beverlywood, Faircrest Heights, Century City, Holmby Hills, Mid City, Lafayette Square, Baldwin Hills, View Park, Windsor Hills, Crenshaw District, Jefferson Park, Leimert Park and Park Mesa Heights.

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