Villa Park City Councilmember Crystal Miles

Announces Her Candidacy for the 37th Senate District

Villa Park, CA -- Today Republican city councilwoman and business owner Crystal Miles announced her intention to run for the open 37th State Senate District in 2024.

Miles served as a research scientist specializing in biomedical immunology research and development at Johnson & Johnson and Nichols Institute Diagnostics. She was elected to the City Council in 2018 and reelected in 2022. Crystal and her husband own and operate an Orange County-based wholesale distributing business.

Miles, a Villa Park City Councilmember expressed her frustration with the recent news from Sacramento and with legislative inaction on pressing issues including the fentanyl crisis, crime, homelessness, gas prices, water storage infrastructure and the cost of living.

“I was sickened to hear this week that Sacramento legislators are partying it up and putting people’s lives in danger while residents in the community are suffering from bad policies and the lack of attention to real problems,” said Miles. “Our community and state deserve better.”

Orange County Supervisor Don Wagner is serving as a Chairman of Crystal Miles’ campaign.

“Crystal Miles is a community leader and woman of action who will shake up the status quo in Sacramento,” said Supervisor Wagner.

The massive 37th State Senate District is a new seat that stretches from Fullerton in the north to Laguna Niguel in the south. It is a competitive district and is expected to be one of the most hotly contested legislative seats in 2024.

Paid for by Crystal Miles for Senate 2024

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