The following information was released by Troy Edgar for Assembly 2012.
The California Small Business Association became the latest organization to endorse the candidacy of Troy Edgar in Assembly District 72.
In her letter to Edgar, Betty J. Toccoli, President of the 203,000 members of the California Small Business Association wrote:
“We believe your commitment to the future of small business is deserving of the support from our organization, and you will do a great job representing us effectively in the State Assembly. Your commitment to interacting and partnering with us in small business meetings/councils will prove to be a valuable resource and enable us both to be better informed on issues important to your small business constituency.”
This latest endorsement from small business owners shows Edgar to be the clear front runner in the November election. “As a small business owner, I understand the unique challenges facing each company that strives to provide good jobs for Californians, and I am anxious to work on behalf of small business owners in Sacramento,” said Edgar.
The California Small Business Association is the latest organization that recognizes the leadership qualities that have propelled Edgar’s campaign. The Howard Jarvis Taxpayer’s Association, the Orange County Taxpayer’s Association, the Orange County Family PAC, the Orange County Business Council, the California Women’s Leadership Association and the California Republican Assembly have all previously announced their support for Edgar.
Troy Edgar is a husband and father of three sons, a homeowner, Navy veteran, owns and operates two businesses, and is serving his second term as Mayor of Los Alamitos. Edgar is also a regionally recognized leader as evidenced by his recent election as the Chair of the Orange County Sanitation District. Troy and his wife Betty – a school teacher – live in Los Alamitos.
Courtesy photo of Troy Edgar.
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