SIERRA CLUB JOINS COALITION SUPPORTING SABRINA CERVANTES FOR ASSEMBLY

Eastvale, CA – The Sabrina Cervantes for Assembly campaign added more momentum this week as they announced the endorsement of the Sierra Club. Support from the influential and widely recognizable environmental organization comes the same week as absentee ballots begin being mailed out to voters in California’s 60th Assembly District.

In announcing the endorsement, Jono Hildner, who serves as the Political Chair for the San Gorgonio Chapter of the Sierra Club, stated:

“The Sierra Club is proud to endorse Sabrina Cervantes for Assembly because she is committed to protecting open space and keeping our air and water clean. Sabrina is a progressive leader who we can count on to support policies that safeguard our environment and help preserve the natural beauty of California for future generations.” 

The Sierra Club joins a long list of Democratic Party leaders and institutional progressive organizations that are supporting Cervantes. Her campaign previously announced endorsements from the California Democratic Party, the California Nurses Association, the California School Employees Association, Congressman Mark Takano, Attorney General Kamala Harris, State Treasurer John Chiang, State Controller Betty Yee, State Senator Richard Roth, Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, and Assemblymember Jose Medina. A complete list of Cervantes’s endorsements can be found at www.CervantesforAssembly.com.

Sabrina Cervantes is a lifelong Riverside County resident, who serves as the District Director for State Assemblymember Jose Medina. In that role, Sabrina has worked with local stakeholders and community partners to help expand access to higher education, strengthen our regional economy, protect the rights of workers, improve the delivery of government services, and safeguard the natural beauty of our state.

Prior to joining Assemblymember Medina’s office, Sabrina served as a Director for the California Voter Registration Project. Her history of community involvement includes serving on the Board of Directors for the UCR Chicano Latino Alumni Association (CLA), and the non-profit organizations TruEvolution and Women Wonder Writers.

Sabrina holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science with a minor in Public Policy from the University of California, Riverside, and she completed an executive education program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. She lives in the City of Eastvale.