Crystal Miles Surpasses Major Fundraising Milestone

Crystal Miles leads all Republicans in 37th Senate District in Donors and Endorsements

Villa Park, CA -- Today Crystal Miles announced she has surpassed her $100,000 October goal in the campaign for the 37th Senate District. More impressively Miles has over 250 individual donors.


“I’m excited that so many grassroots donors are investing in me and to have met my fundraising goal with local donors before the end of October is an honor,” said Miles. “The reality is we are well on our way to raising more than $200,000 by year's end and we have a major fundraiser next week which should put us more than halfway there.”

 

"With her endorsements, funding and grassroots support Crystal Miles has established herself as the strongest candidate for the Republican Party in the 37th Senate District," said GOP consultant Dave Gilliard.


Miles isn’t just overperforming with donors, she is attracting the attention of leaders in Orange County and from around the state. Just last week she announced the endorsement of Huntington Beach Mayor Tony Strickland. Additionally, she has endorsements from former Senator John Lewis, former Senator Mike Morrell and three former Senate Republican Leaders including former Senator Dick Ackerman, former Senator Pat Bates, and Senator Shannon Grove. 

  

 About Crystal

 

Crystal Miles is a mother and businesswoman who started her public service career at the city level. A Villa Park City Councilmember, Miles 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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