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San Diego Democrats for Equality Endorse Leticia Munguia for Chula Vista City Council 3

Chula Vista, CA -- Today, Leticia Munguia’s campaign for Chula Vista City Council District 3 announced the endorsement of San Diego Democrats for Equality, one of the largest Democratic Clubs in Southern California with a rich history as one of the oldest active LGBTQ+ organizations in the United States.


San Diego Democrats for Equality issued the following statement:


“San Diego Democrats for Equality is proud to endorse Leticia Munguia for Chula Vista City Council in District 3. Leticia has worked to improve the lives of working families, assisted domestic violence victims, and helped improve inequities for women and girls. In the face of hateful, bigoted attacks against our LGBTQ+ community, she has stood in solidarity against homophobia, transphobia, and injustice. Leticia will work to address the challenges facing Chula Vista, and create new and innovative economic opportunities within our County's second largest city and border region. She will be an absolutely critical addition to the Chula Vista City Council, and we are excited and thrilled to support her candidacy. Let's win with Leticia!”


Leticia Munguia said, “It is an incredible honor to receive such strong support from San Diego Democrats for Equality. I have a great deal of respect for their mission and long history of standing up for our LGBTQ+ community. On the City Council, I will always lead with our shared values of equity, inclusion and tolerance.”


The chorus of support behind Leticia Munguia’s campaign for Chula Vista City Council District 3 continues to grow, with the San Diego Democrats for Equality’s endorsement coming just a week after Planned Parenthood Action Fund endorsed Munguia. In recent weeks, Munguia has solidified support from a bevy of organizations and local leaders, including SEIU United Healthcare Workers (SEIU-UHW), San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chair Nora Vargas, former Assemblymember and Chula Vista Mayor Mary Casillas Salas, Councilmember Jose Preciado, and others.


Election Day is March 5, 2024, with ballots to be mailed out by February 5, 2024.

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