Assemblyman Tyler Diep has earned the endorsement of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association for the second consecutive election cycle.
This is Diep’s second major recognition this month from a major taxpayers association. Earlier in the month Diep was awarded a coveted Rose Award from the Orange County Taxpayers Association’s (OCTax).
For over 35 years, HJTA has been the legal and political watchdog for Proposition 13 and a staunch defender of California taxpayers. The HJTA PAC support taxpayer-friendly candidates and take positions on ballot measures affecting Prop. 13.
In a letter to Assemblyman Diep, Jon Coupal the Chairman of HJTA PAC noted: “We appreciate your strong and constant support for Proposition 13 and your excellent service to taxpayers. We look forward to continuing to work with you in the years ahead.”
Diep was elected to the Assembly in 2018 after one of the highest profile legislative campaigns in the state. Diep won despite being outspent by more 2 to 1 in the general.
“Despite being dramatically outspent in the 2018 general election, Tyler was able to prevail – a clear testament to his hard work and message resonating with the people of the 72nd Assembly district,” noted Diep’s Chief Strategist Stephen Puetz. “We’re not taking anything for granted in 2020 and aggressively building an organization to ensure another victory. This strong first campaign finance period is just the beginning.”
The 72nd District includes all of Westminster, Garden Grove, Fountain Valley, Los Alamitos, Seal Beach, a portion of Huntington Beach and the unincorporated county island of Midway City.
To learn more about Diep and his campaign, please visit: www.TylerDiep.com
This article was released by Tyler Diep for Assembly 2018.