The Tyler Diep for Assembly campaign sent out this press release last week:
TYLER DIEP ANNOUNCES $455,000 RAISED FOR END OF YEAR DISCLOSURE
Diep’s Momentum Continues to Grow as the Campaign Ends Year with $434,000 COH and Dozens of Top Endorsements
(Orange County, CA) – Vice Mayor Tyler Diep announced today that his campaign for the 72nd Assembly district will reporting raising more than $455,000 on the end of year campaign finance report. Diep also ended the year with endorsements from more than four dozen elected officials.
Since launching his campaign less than 6 months ago, Diep has gained strong momentum for his candidacy. Not only has he picked up the support of the district’s two previous Assemblymembers, current 72nd district Assemblyman Travis Allen has also backed his campaign along with the Lincoln Club of Orange County, and Orange County’s top law enforcement officials, Sheriff Hutchens and DA Rackauckas. More than a dozen other state and local elected officials have also thrown their support behind Diep. Diep’s hard work and commitment has translated into successful financial support. The $455,000 that Diep has amassed for his Assembly race does not including any personal loans or other outstanding debt. The campaign will end the quarter with over $434,000 cash on hand.
“I’m incredibly encouraged by the outpouring of support from local donors, community leaders and elected officials,” noted Diep. “I’m going to be working very hard in 2018 to ensure that every voter in the 72nd knows that I’m the right candidate to fight to reform state government.”
Diep was first elected to the Westminster City Council in 2008. He has been a strong taxpayer advocate, is committed to job creation and supporting small businesses by keeping taxes low, and has prioritized hiring more police officers and road repair while on the city council.
The 72nd District includes all of Westminster, Garden Grove, Fountain Valley, Los Alamitos, Seal Beach, a portion of Huntington Beach and the unincorporated county island of Midway City. For his full list of endorsements, click here.