• The California League of Conservation Voters Endorses Evan Low

    - Low’s campaign continues to outpace his opponents as widening support makes Low the clear frontrunner in the race for AD 28 -

    CAMPBELL, CA – Following a strong fundraising report and a unanimous vote for endorsement by local Democratic Party at the recent Pre-Endorsement Conference, Campbell City Councilmember Evan Low today announced that he has been endorsed by the California League of Conservation Voters. Low’s widening support and successful fundraising squarely position him as the clear front-runner in the race to succeed termed-out Assemblymember Paul Fong in Assembly District 28.

    “Evan has shown real leadership in Campbell on environmental issues – where he has made a tremendous impact in reducing waste and promoting recycling,” said David Allgood, Political Director CLCV. “CLCV is proud to endorse Evan and we know he’ll make a great addition to the State Assembly.”

    “The California League of Conservation Voters has a stellar record of working to protect California’s wild places and protect our communities from environmental damage. I’m thrilled to have their support and look forward to continuing to work together in Sacramento.”
    CLCV joins a growing and diverse base of support that includes local city leaders, Bay Area state legislators, statewide leaders, educators, labor unions, small business owners, and the law enforcement community that have united to support Evan Low for State Assembly. Visit www.evanlow.com for a complete list of endorsements.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    February 12, 2014
    Contact: Patrick McGarrity, JPM&M
    patrick@jpmminc.com

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    Evan Low is a former Mayor and current City Councilmember in Campbell, California. In 2006, Evan made history by becoming the youngest Asian-American mayor in the nation. As a community leader and local city councilmember, Evan Low earned a reputation as an effective regional leader on a diverse range of issues including job creation, marriage equality and civil rights, transparency in government and fiscal reform. In 2010, the Silicon Valley Metro Newspaper named him one of the “Top 25 People who will change Silicon Valley.”

    In addition to his work on the City Council, Evan has served on the Santa Clara County Commission on Senior Care, serves as a faculty member teaching Political Science at De Anza Community College in Cupertino, and is active in numerous local boards and non-profits. A lifelong resident of the Silicon Valley, Evan attended local public schools, earning degrees from De Anza Community College and San Jose State before going on to graduate from the Senior Executives in State and Local Government Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

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