BREAKING: Assemblywoman Diane Dixon Endorses Crystal Miles For Senate District 37

Villa Park, Calif. - - Today Crystal Miles announced the endorsement of Diane Dixon in her campaign for the 37th State Senate District. Assemblywoman Diane Dixon joins the previously announced endorsement of Assemblyman Phillip Chen as representatives of the 37th Senate District overlapping communities.

 

Diane Dixon stated, "Crystal Miles represents a new dynamic in Orange County, one where strong, conservative Republican women who have spent years in the private sector and local government want to make a difference for our state by running for the Legislature. I fully support her running for this important Senate District and will enjoy serving with her in the California legislature for years to come."

 

"The key to breaking the Democrats' stranglehold on Orange County and California runs through the 37th Senate District," said Crystal Miles. "I'm excited that Orange County's top conservative leaders are joining my campaign as early supporters. I'm ready to take the fight to Josh Newman and the out-of-touch politicians in Sacramento who are running our state into the ground. Having the early support from these leaders is very encouraging and proves our momentum is strong."

 

Since announcing her campaign just a few short weeks ago, Miles has announced several major endorsements making her the leading candidate to take on Josh Newman for the 37th Senate District. Miles' endorsement list includes endorsements from Orange County Supervisor Don Wagner, former U.S. Representative Mimi Walters and former Senate Republican Leader Dick Ackerman.

  

About Crystal Miles

 

Crystal Miles and her husband Kirk are long-time residents of Orange County and are proud to call the city of Villa Park home for almost two decades where they have raised their two boys.

 

Before running for City Council, 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.

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