Gary DeLong, Republican for California’s 47th Congressional District, has been endorsed by the bipartisan group No Labels, which applauded DeLong’s pro-business, bipartisan record in California and his eagerness to work with leaders on both sides of the aisle in Washington.
The endorsement was announced at a press conference on Oct. 11 at the Hotel Maya in downtown Long Beach.
“I’m a Democrat, but any leader who puts problem-solving before point-scoring gets the No Labels seal of approval,” said No Labels founder Nancy Jacobson. “DeLong has done just that by agreeing to work with the No Labels Problem-Solvers Bloc to find solutions to our country’s problems when elected.”
Groups representing millions of teachers from across the United States, as well as the 47th Congressional District, have endorsed Alan Lowenthal for Congress. The American Federation of Teachers, California Teachers Association and the National Education Association all threw their support behind Lowenthal’s Congressional campaign.
“As an educator and a passionate defender of our schools, colleges, and universities, I am proud to have the support of classroom teachers,” said Senator Lowenthal. “These are the people who work hard every day to create opportunity for our nation’s students. Their confidence and endorsement shows their trust in my plans to protect and improve our schools and higher education.”