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California Peace Officers Endorse
Rebecca Bauer-Kahan for Assembly


PORAC cites Bauer-Kahan’s commitment to public safety and law enforcement officials


Orinda, CA — The largest law enforcement organization in the state today announced their endorsement of Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan for re-election. The Peace Officers Research Organization of California (PORAC) said they are supporting Bauer-Kahan because she has made the public safety of California communities a top priority in the Assembly.


“On behalf of law enforcement officials from across the state, PORAC is proud to endorse Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan for re-election because she has been a tremendous partner for improving public safety,” said PORAC President Brian Marvel.


“As a member of the Assembly Committee on Public Safety, Rebecca has fought to ensure that police officers have the resources and tools needed to keep our communities safe.”


The Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC) was incorporated in 1953 as a professional federation of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. PORAC represents over 75,000 public safety members and over 930 associations, making it not only the largest law enforcement organization in California, but the largest statewide association in the nation. Their mission to identify the public safety needs in communities and provide programs to adequately meet those changing needs.


Bauer-Kahan was elected to the Assembly as a Democrat in 2018 and she is running for re-election. In addition to the Public Safety Committee and several other committees, she serves as Assistant Speaker pro Tempore of the Assembly. Before serving in the Assembly, Rebecca was an accomplished attorney, environmental advocate, community volunteer, law professor and mother.


The 16th Assembly District includes parts of Contra Costa and Alameda Counties, including the cities and towns of Dublin, Lafayette, Livermore, Orinda, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Danville and Moraga.


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