Holly Mitchell Opens Campaign Offices for Supervisor, Leads Both Wesson and Perry in Poll

State Senator Holly J. Mitchell opened her campaign office this past weekend, taking her run for Los Angeles County Supervisor into a higher gear. Mitchell has already been endorsed by both the Culver City Democratic Club and the Heart of LA Democratic Club, organizations with many local voters on their roles.

Finishing her term as the State Senator for the 30th District, Holly J. Mitchell has taken a lead in the race for Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors District 2. A poll conducted by Evitarus Research of likely March 2020 primary voters showed a seven-point advantage for Senator Mitchell over Los Angeles Council President Herb Wesson and former City Councilwoman Jan Perry.

Senator Mitchell captures 14% of the vote, while Wesson and Perry each receive 7%. Notably, Senator Mitchell’s support nearly doubles to 29% as voters learn more about her work to address the homeless crisis, fight for housing affordability and efforts to deliver mental health services in our communities. After learning more about their biographies, former Councilwoman Perry gets 14% of the vote and Councilman Wesson receives 14%.

The county election will take place on March 3, 2020.

Photo Credit – Naomi Goldman


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