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TORRANCE, CA – The California chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW), one of California’s largest and most sought after women’s groups, announced their endorsement of Al Muratsuchi’s campaign for State Assembly in California’s new 66th Assembly District.

California NOW President Patty Bellasalma stated, “With the state budget cuts disproportionally affecting women and children, there has never been a more important time to ensure the Legislature is filled with advocates for women’s voices as well as communities that have been largely ignored. Al clearly understands that challenge and our organization is confident that he will work as a legislator to move our state towards a more level playing field.”

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TORRANCE, CA - Campaign finance reports for the period ending June 30th show state Assembly candidate Al Muratsuchi heading into the November general election with significantly more funds than opponent Craig Huey.

Cash on hand after debt:
Muratsuchi: $255,119
Huey: $39,272

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TORRANCE, CA - Palos Verdes Estates Mayor George F. Bird Jr. today announced his endorsement of Al Muratsuchi for the State Assembly seat representing most of the South Bay. The Republican mayor joins a growing list of bipartisan community leaders throwing their support behind Muratsuchi, the top vote-getter for the 66th Assembly District seat in last week's primary election.

Bird endorsed Republican candidate Nathan Mintz in the June 5 primary election. Mintz placed third in the primary, and as a result, was eliminated from consideration in the general election in November.

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"I oppose any power plant in a high-density residential community such as Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach," said Al Muratsuchi, candidate for Assembly in the newly-drawn 66th Assembly District. "The current and proposed plant will emit an unacceptable amount of toxics into our community, affecting not only neighboring residents but families, children, and elderly across the South Bay.

"Clearly our community has changed since this plant was first built, increasing in density and population. It is simply too risky to our communities' health to continue to have or build a new source of pollution and high-risk power transmission.

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TORRANCE, CA - United States Senator Daniel K. Inouye of Hawaii today announced his endorsement of Al Muratsuchi for the California State Assembly seat representing the South Bay area of Los Angeles County.

Senator Inouye is the most senior member of the United States Senate and Chairman of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee. He is known for his distinguished record as a national legislative leader and as a World War II combat veteran with the famed 442nd Regimental Combat Team who earned the nation's highest award for military valor, the Medal of Honor.