Eric Early for California Attorney General Endorsed by Senator Joel Anderson

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 29, 2018
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Eric Early for California Attorney General Endorsed by Senator Joel Anderson

LOS ANGELES, CA – State Senator Joel Anderson has endorsed Eric Early for Attorney General, the campaign announced today.

“I am honored to have Senator Anderson’s endorsement and proud to have earned his trust and support for my candidacy for Attorney General,” said Early.

“Senator Anderson has been a beacon in the legislature, fighting for limited government that vigorously pursues its duty to protect the public,” said Early. “I greatly admire Senator Anderson’s fierce commitment to public safety, especially his advocacy for victim’s rights legislation like Jessica’s Law.”

Senator Anderson represents the 38th Senate District in San Diego County, which includes the communities of El Cajon, Escondido, parts of San Diego and San Marcos. Anderson was first elected to the State Senate in 2010, and overwhelmingly re-elected with over 71% of the vote. Prior to becoming a State Senator, Anderson served two terms in the Assembly.

Senator Anderson is one of a growing number of elected leaders throwing their support to Eric Early for Attorney General. Last week, Senate Republican Leader Pat Bates announced her endorsement of Early.

Eric Early is an attorney with 25 years of experience as a successful business and real estate litigator. He has championed justice fighting for his clients in courts throughout California and much of the country, built a successful law firm, meeting payroll for years, while specializing in helping job creators, businesses and innovators succeed and stay in California and hardworking people stay in their homes. Eric wants to fight for all Californians like he has fought for his clients.

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