FRESNO, CA – During a campaign swing through Fresno, Carly Fiorina was today endorsed by Central California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President Jose Plascencia, Clovis Mayor Pro Tem Jose Flores and Clovis City Councilman Nathan Magsig.
“Carly Fiorina recognizes that it’s our nation’s small businesses and entrepreneurs who employ the majority of our nation’s residents, create two-thirds of our nation’s new jobs and will lead our nation to recovery. She has the experience and leadership skills we need fighting for us, our communities and our local businesses in the U.S. Senate,” added Plascencia.
Plascencia currently serves as the president of the Central California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, which is dedicated to supporting the region’s Hispanic businesses. He is also Vice President of Marketing for the California State Automobile Association.
Flores said, “Whether it’s protecting our taxpayer dollars or protecting the people of this state and nation, Carly Fiorina will stand up and fight for California in the U.S. Senate. It is my pleasure to offer her my support today.”
Flores was first elected to the Clovis City Council in 1999, and he currently serves as the city’s mayor pro tem. He is also a captain in the Fresno County Sheriff’s office and is a staunch defender of the safety and security of the city’s residents.
“I’m proud to endorse Carly Fiorina, who is a true fiscal conservative with the common-sense approach to politics and the real-world experience it will take to make Washington work for us,” said Magsig.
Elected to the Clovis City Council in 2001, Magsig also serves on the Southwest Project Area Committee and the Clovis Chamber of Commerce. He is also Executive Director of the Coalition for Urban Renewal Excellence and a lecturer for Fresno State University.
“I’m thankful to have the support of these outstanding public servants, all of whom share my commitment to fiscal responsibility and discipline,” Fiorina said. “For too long, Barbara Boxer has taken the people of California for granted, but we can end her 28-year long tenure in Washington this November.”
Also joining Fiorina at her press conference was Fresno County Supervisor Debbie Poochigian. Fiorina was previously endorsed by former Secretary of State Bill Jones and former Fresno Mayor Alan Autry.