Suzette Valladares Emerges on Top of Competitive 5-way Primary – Advances to November General Election

Acton, CA – Local small business owner and Former Assemblywoman Suzette Valladares emerges victorious as the top vote-getter in a fiercely contested March Primary, securing her place in the November Election. Valladares had widespread appeal, drawing support not only from Republicans but also from Democrats and Independents across the 23rd State Senate District.

As of the most recent update from the Secretary of State on March 13th, Democratic candidates in the 23rd State Senate District amassed a combined total of 66,912 votes, while Republican candidates secured a formidable combined total of 87,321 votes. The district has an approximately 10-point Democratic voter registration advantage.

“I am deeply humbled and immensely grateful for the unwavering support and votes from our region, propelling me to the November ballot amidst formidable competition,” expressed Valladares gratefully. “I commend my fellow contenders, DJ Hamburger, Blanca Gomez, and Ollie McCaulley, for their spirited campaigns that sparked vital discourse and engaged our community.”

Anticipating the upcoming November Election with enthusiasm, Valladares pledges to champion a bold vision aimed at alleviating the burden of middle-class living costs, slashing state taxes and energy rates, and prioritizing tax credits for renters and parents.

Her resounding success is underscored by the overwhelming backing of local leaders spanning the Santa Clarita, Antelope, and Victor Valleys, alongside endorsements from the likes of the Association of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs, the San Bernardino Sheriffs Benefits Association, the California Association of Highway Patrolmen, the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, and respected legislators Assemblyman Tom Lackey, State Senator Scott Wilk, and State Senator Rosilicie Ochoa-Bogh, who currently represent this region.