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Former Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness endorses Nathan Hochman for Attorney General

Former Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness endorsed Nathan Hochman for Attorney General of California today.

“I am proud to endorse Nathan Hochman for California Attorney General,” McGinness said. “Our state’s justice system has experienced a leadership deficit disorder for over 20 years. Nathan Hochman’s criminal justice background, depth of knowledge of the justice system, and decades of well-rounded legal experience give him what it takes to correct all the blunders this state has made under Rob Bonta and previous Attorneys General. I have no doubt that Nathan will enact sound and effective policies to make our state a safer and more secure place to live.”

Nathan Hochman served as an Assistant US Attorney for the Central District of California and as a US 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.

“It is an honor to receive Sheriff McGinness’ endorsement of my campaign for California Attorney General,” Hochman said. “His experience as Sacramento County Sheriff has given him the insight and understanding of what is needed to ensure that the county of our state’s capitol is safe as well as what policies are needed to achieve justice and security across the state. With Sheriff McGinness joining a growing list of supporters for this campaign, I am confident that the voters of California will vote for me to make the Golden State a place where all Californians can feel safe.”

Since announcing his run for California Attorney General, Hochman has raised over $1.7 million and secured the endorsements of the California Republican Party and numerous public officials from across California, making him the leading Republican challenger to incumbent Appointed Attorney General Rob Bonta.

To learn more about Hochman, please visit: https://www.nathanhochman.com

This article was released by Nathan Hochman for Attorney General.

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  1. That’s nice to know but I am going to vote for Eric Early. The GOP Establishment doesn’t like Early and that tells me he would make a great attorney general.

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