State Senate candidate Crystal Miles praises Supreme Court rulings on College Admissions

Villa Park, CA - - State Senate candidate Crystal Miles says today's U.S. Supreme Court rulings that race-based college admissions are unconstitutional is a win for all students who work hard to achieve their dreams.

"College admissions should be based on character and merit, not the color of a student's skin," said Miles. "The court's ruling affirms that and gives every student an equal opportunity to attend our nation's finest colleges and universities."

A longtime education advocate, Crystal holds a B.A. in Biology and pursued graduate studies in Tumor Immunology. While in Graduate School at Cal State University Fullerton (CSUF), Crystal taught Human Anatomy and Microbiology at CSUF as well as redesigned the science curriculum for Carden Private School in Whittier. Crystal taught science to the 2nd-8th grade students at Carden Private School while in Graduate School.

Miles is currently a Villa Park City Councilmember and operates a wholesale distribution business with her husband Kirk. Previously 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, including a term as Mayor in 2021. The 37th Senate District is expected to be a top legislative target for both parties in 2024. The Orange County district stretches from Fullerton in the north to Laguna Niguel in the south.

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