Alex Receives Endorsement from the Los Angeles County Democratic Party and more!

On Tuesday, April 9, 2018, after a unanimous vote, Alex receieved two major endorsements from the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, and the Los Angeles County Young Democrats. He is humbled and honored to have been considered and selected to receive these endorsements. Please read the full press release below. 

Posted on 12 Apr 2018, 11:46 - Category: news



Chicano Latino Caucus Endorses Alex Villanueva

I'm excited to announce recently being endorsed by the Chicano Latino Caucus of the California Democratic Party. See the official announcement below. 

I appreciate any consideration for endorsement. If you or your organization wishes to meet to discuss the possibility of an endorsement, please email info@alexvillanueva.org , or visit my endorsement page.

Posted on 15 Mar 2018, 01:17 - Category: news



Reformer from The Beginning

For anyone in doubt of my role as reformer within the Sheriff's department. 

Posted on 08 Mar 2018, 14:41 - Category: Fact Check



Candidates Forum in Marina Del Rey

On February 13, 2018 , I participated in the Sheriff's Candidates Forum in Marina Del Rey, alongside fellow candidate, Bob Lindsey. More videos will come soon addressing the various questions presented to us, but in the meantime please check out my closing remarks from the evening. 

Posted on 21 Feb 2018, 01:39 - Category: Events



Sheriff Martin Aguirre, a Hero

Today marks the historic anniversary of the third Latino Sheriff of Los Angeles, Martin Aguirre (pictured left), risking his life to save citizens during a torrential flood in 1886. 

From shq.lasdnews.net: "On January 19, Deputy Martin Aguirre rushed to Los Angeles only to find it inundated by flood waters. There was so much water that levees were carried away and the Los Angeles River was overflowing and still rising. Deputy Aguirre rode all night warning everyone who lived by the river to evacuate. The next morning Aguirre spent rushing into deep waters to rescue the helpless victims who ignored his warnings. After it was over, Deputy Aguirre had saved the lives of nineteen people, some of them children. Many were amazed at the deputy's courage and physical endurance." 

Aguirre would later be elected Sheriff in 1888. 

 

Posted on 19 Jan 2018, 12:33 - Category: History



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