|Folsom, Calif. — Today, Josh Hoover announced the endorsement of local education leaders in his campaign for State Assembly. Hoover, a school board member himself is considered an expert on education policy. Since being elected to the Folsom Cordova Unified Board of Education in 2018, Hoover has been a strong voice for parents and students. As the result of his leadership, Folsom Cordova was the first district in Sacramento County to reopen schools for in-person instruction. He has also worked to close achievement gaps, keep law enforcement on school campuses, and expand access to mental health services.|
“As someone who has had the opportunity to serve with Josh on the school board, I am proud to endorse Josh Hoover for Assembly,” said David Reid, President of the Folsom Cordova School Board. “Josh has been a tireless advocate for parents and students throughout the pandemic. We need his thoughtful and common sense approach in the Legislature.”
Hoover’s recently announced the list of education endorsements to include:
David Reid, President, Folsom Cordova Unified Board of Education
Micah Grant, President, Natomas Unified Board of Education
Dr. Paul Keefer, Vice President, Sacramento County Board of Education
John Knight, Vice President, Los Rios Community College District Board of Trustees
Saul Hernandez, Trustee, San Juan Unified Board of Education
Dr. David Patterson, Trustee, Placer County Board of Education
The newly drawn 7th Assembly District includes the communities of Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks, Folsom, Foothill Farms, Gold River, North Highlands, Orangevale, Rancho Cordova, and Rosemont.
For more information please visit www.HooverForAssembly.com.