Harris said Campa-Najjar “understands that we can have a strong economy and protect workers, the environment, and make investments in education,” while Warren praised him for “a lifetime commitment to the people and country he loves” and said she is “fully committed to helping him win in November.”
He also picked up an endorsement from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
The Campa-Najjar campaign said it raised $362,000 between April 1 and June 30, compared to $146,000 for Hunter.
The former Obama administration official is challenging Hunter for the 50th District seat that has been held by the incumbent and his father before him since 1981.
“Voters are fed up with political insiders like Hunter, who inherited his seat,” said Campa-Najjar.
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