July 29th, 2017
Bryan Caforio Opens Antelope Valley Campaign Field Office
Caforio campaign opens field office earlier than any candidate in 25th District history
Palmdale, Calif. – Today, Bryan Caforio, candidate for Congress in California’s 25th District, celebrated the opening of his Palmdale campaign field office with Antelope Valley community leaders and supporters. Opening a field office 15 months before the election is a new milestone for this district and a remarkable show of strength for Caforio’s campaign.
Community leaders and activists joined Caforio for the office opening, including: Joe Padilla, President of United Aerospace Workers Local 887; Juan Carrillo, the only Democratic City Councilman in the 25th District; and Suzann Reina, an Antelope Valley community activist and elected member of the Los Angeles County Democratic Central Committee. Volunteers knocked on hundreds of doors and called hundreds of voters in Palmdale to share Caforio’s positive message.
“Thanks to this unparalleled early momentum and support, we’ve already been able to start reaching voters on every street in every neighborhood of this district to hear their concerns and offer solutions,” said Bryan Caforio. “I will fight for Medicare for all, work to pass comprehensive immigration reform that keeps families together, and protect seniors’ hard-earned Social Security benefits. And in this trying time, I’ll hold Trump accountable and stand shoulder to shoulder with my neighbors in this community.”
Since announcing his campaign just over two months ago, Caforio has garnered broad support across the 25th District. Dozens of local elected and appointed officials in the district have endorsed the campaign, along with multiple labor unions whose members live and work in Simi, Santa Clarita, and the Antelope Valleys. Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom also endorsed the campaign. Polling shows Caforio tied with one of the country’s most vulnerable Republican incumbents.