At this weekend’s California Republican Party Convention, Nathan Hochman received the state party’s endorsement in his campaign to unseat appointed Attorney General Rob Bonta.
“It is an honor to earn the endorsement of the California Republican Party in this vital race to restore order to our justice system in California,” Hochman said. “We’ve worked hard to connect with voters and hear their concerns about safety in this state. The people of California are tired of the soft on crime policies coming from our appointed Attorney General and are ready for someone with a criminal justice background to be tough on crime and keep our communities safe. This endorsement is one step closer to helping us achieve that goal.”
Since announcing his run for California Attorney General, Hochman has raised over $1.7 million and secured the endorsement of numerous public officials from across the state, making him the leading Republican challenger to incumbent Attorney General Rob Bonta.
Nathan Hochman has served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California and as a U.S. Assistant Attorney General for the US Department of Justice. Hochman has also worked as a civil litigator, defense and appellate attorney, and general counsel, and clerked for a US District Court Judge. His years of community involvement include membership on numerous charitable boards and serving as President of the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission.