For Immediate Release
Contact: Scott Adams, 510-612-8733
34th Congressional District Candidate Vanessa Aramayo Announces Support of former Member of Congress Jane Harman and former California Assembly Majority Leader Dario Frommer
Los Angeles, CA—Candidate for California’s 34th Congressional District Vanessa Aramayo today announced the endorsement of former Member of Congress Jane Harman and former California Assembly Majority Leader Dario Frommer. Aramayo, a former Director of the anti-poverty nonprofit California Partnership/Center for Community Change, is running to replace new California Attorney General Xavier Bacerra in Congress. Aramayo’s statement follows:
“I am proud to receive the backing of those who best know my work ethic, my experience and my qualifications; Jane Harman and Dario Frommer. The progress we have made helping people improve their lives and their families is under assault. Jane and Dario know how important it is to provide access to affordable health care, protect immigrant families, move forward on climate change innovations and stand up for the civil rights of all.”
Aramayo served as District Director for Jane Harman and as a senior staff member for Dario Frommer.
"While serving as my District Director, Vanessa worked effectively on issues that mattered to my constituents: Homeland Security, the economy, and education. She engaged the community to push Congress for improved access to quality healthcare and to reform immigration laws. In short, Vanessa gets things done."
--Jane Harman, Former Member of Congress
“As a crucial member of my team, Vanessa always brought a thoughtful approach to improving access to healthcare and educational opportunities. She has done it in Sacramento and in Washington by bringing stakeholders into the legislative process and ensuring their real life concerns are considered. Vanessa will be ready from day one to make sure your voices are heard.”
--Dario Frommer, Former California Assembly Majority Leader
A longtime Eagle Rock resident and Glendale native, Aramayo has worked to expand healthcare access, reform immigration law and improve public education while directing two non-profit community organizations and serving as a Congressional and State Assembly aide.