“Katie is a champion for real people, not the big corporations who have too much of a say in Washington”
Clark joins chorus of Democrats, good government advocates, and progressive groups praising Porter’s bid for Senate
CALIFORNIA—Congresswoman and U.S. Senate candidate Katie Porter has been endorsed by Tustin, CA Mayor Pro Tem Letitia Clark. Clark joins a chorus of Democrats, good government advocates, and progressive groups praising Porter as the warrior Californians need in the U.S. Senate.
“Katie’s dedication to California families is unmatched,” said Clark. “She consistently works with leaders at all levels of government to deliver what Californians need to thrive, including lower costs, quality public education, and better health care. Katie is a champion for real people, not the big corporations who have too much of a say in Washington.”
“Letitia is a force in the Orange County community, and I’m proud to have her support,” said Porter. “California needs a warrior in Washington who will put everyday people’s needs before the wants of giant corporations and special interests. I’m looking forward to continuing this work, only now in the U.S. Senate.”
Porter has received widespread praise from Democrats, good government advocates, progressive groups, and pundits since announcing her candidacy for the U.S. Senate. Led by a team of seasoned campaign veterans from across the state, her campaign raised an eye-popping $4.5 million in the first quarter of 2023 and the most small dollar donations of any candidate running for the U.S. Senate from California.
Porter’s campaign also released a poll of California voters likely to participate in the 2024 election for U.S. Senate. It shows Porter has a double-digit lead in a likely top-two general election contest if it were held today. In a head-to-head matchup, Porter leads significantly among Democrats, Republicans, and Independents. The same survey shows Porter would be the likely top finisher from a June primary contest with other potential Republican and Democratic candidates. You can read the poll memo here.