Do you live L.A. County? Here are two great candidates for you to consider.
Roxanne Beckford Hoge
Roxanne is running for California’s 46th Assembly district here in Los Angeles. She is runnning as a regular person—a wife, a mom, and a business owner—not a politician. Like most of us, she believes in American exceptionalism, the rule of law, and the principle that elected leaders should serve the people, not special interests.
Joshua is hoping to be the youngest-ever member of the United States congress. But don’t let that fool you. He’s an intelligent young man who understands what this country is supposed to be about. A Los Angeles naitive, Joshua will be a strong conservative voice in Washington.
One minute 25-year-old Joshua Scott was campaigning for Dr. Ken Wright, the Republican candidate for California’s 33rd Congressional District—and the next minute he is running for Congress himself.
“I found out that in District 32 there was no Republican running against Democratic incumbent Grace Napolitano. People did not have a choice,” he told The Epoch Times.
In May, less than one month before the state primary, the political science graduate from California State University, Long Beach, filed his paperwork to run for Congress in the 32nd District, which includes the cities of El Monte, West Covina, and Azusa.
He then won second place against the 10-year Democratic incumbent and earned himself a spot in the general election. As he just turned 25 in March, he’s now likely the youngest candidate for Congress, and he says that’s an asset.