September 28, 2015

Corona-Norco School Board Member Mary Ybarra Endorses General Roth for State Senate

Says General Roth has exceeded "highest expectations" and is region's "strongest ally" in Sacramento

(Corona, CA) -- General Richard Roth's campaign announced today that Corona-Norco Unified School District Board Member Mary Ybarra has endorsed General Roth for re-election to the State Senate.

"I am proud and excited to endorse General Roth for re-election to the State Senate," said Corona-Norco Unified School District Board Member Mary Ybarra.  "When I first endorsed General Roth for State Senate in 2012, I was confident in his ability to stand up for our students and their families.  Today, I can say without a doubt that General Roth has exceeded my highest expectations and is our region's strongest ally in Sacramento.  We are truly better off with General Roth fighting for us in the State Senate."
Mary Ybarra was appointed to the Corona-Norco Unified School District Board in 2014, after Board Member Michelle Skipworth resigned her post.  Prior to serving on the School Board, Mary was a longtime PTA leader advocating for Corona and Norco's students and families at every level.
"It is truly an honor to receive the endorsement of Mary Ybarra," said General Roth.  "Mary has dedicated her life to serving her community and has been a passionate advocate for our region's children.  I am looking forward to continuing to work with her as we fight for Inland Southern California's students and families."
Mary's endorsement is yet another example of a key community leader coming out early in support of General Roth's re-election to the State Senate.  To date, General Roth has secured endorsements from some of Riverside County's top public safety, education and community leaders including Sheriff Stan Sniff, Supervisors Tavaglione, Benoit and Ashley, and Superintendent of Schools Kenneth M. Young.  In their endorsements, they have praised General Roth's bipartisan leadership and commonsense approach to solving some of the region and state's most complex problems.

Contact: Lisa Gasperoni
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