Hurtado asks 14th Senate District to submit their nominee for the "Spirit of SD 14 Award"

October 21, 2021

 

For Immediate Release: October 21, 2021

Media Contact: Michelle.Sherwood@sen.ca.gov

 

 

HURTADO ASKS 14TH SENATE DISTRICT TO SUBMIT THEIR NOMINEE FOR THE “SPIRIT OF SD 14 AWARD”

 

 

SANGER, CA – Senator Melissa Hurtado (D-Sanger) released the following statement today, asking that the community submit their nominees for the first annual “Spirit of SD 14 Awards” held in December:

“The Central Valley is a resilient and wonderful place to live,” said Senator Hurtado. “We take pride in our homes and our communities, and are dedicated to helping one another. The honorees represent the Spirit of SD14 and their contributions deserve recognition.

Senator Hurtado requests that nominees be submitted no later than November 15th via a form on her website, found here.

The 14th Senate District spans across four counties: Kern, Tulare, Fresno and Kings. Submissions will be accepted for people who live or work in SD 14, or who have impacted a community in the district. Find out if you live in Senator Hurtado’s district here.

 

About Senator Melissa Hurtado

 

Senator Melissa Hurtado represents a new generation of Latina leaders as the youngest woman ever elected to the California State Senate and a product of immigrant parents. Senator Hurtado represents the 14th Senate District and focuses on rural community issues that often go unheard — access to clean air and water, food insecurity and poverty, inequities in environmental policies, agriculture and access to health care. In July 2020, she was appointed to the national Biden Latino Leadership Committee alongside former Labor Secretary and current Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis – the only two California Latinas on the Committee.

 

For more information, visit Senator Hurtado’s Website here or find her on Twitter at @Senator_Hurtado

 

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