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Bass Endorses Malsin

Karen Bass, Speaker Emeritus of the California State Assembly, has announced her support for Councilman Scott Malsin in his re-election bid for a seat on the City Council on the April 13 ballot.

Bass called Malsin “uniquely qualified to guide Culver City during these difficult economic times” and cited Malsin’s four years of experience on the City Council and his ability to look for innovative solutions.

“Scott Malsin is a strong leader the residents of Culver City can count on to protect their community, create new jobs and raise revenues without raising taxes,” said the first African-American woman to serve as the Speaker of the California State Assembly. “He has been deeply committed to improving Culver City’s parks and protecting our environment.”

The endorsement of Malsin comes on the heels of endorsements from the Culver City Firefighters Association and the Culver City Police Officers Association.

In addition to the CCPOA and the CCFA, Malsin has also been endorsed by the Culver City Employees Association, the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters, the Culver City Chamber of Commerce and hundreds of Culver City residents.

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