La Opinion Endorses Hydee Feldstein Soto for LA City AttorneyBacking from Third Major Metropolitan Newspaper Amplifies Growing Momentum

In another powerful show of support, Spanish-language daily newspaper La Opinión has endorsed Hydee Feldstein Soto for Los Angeles City Attorney. This major endorsement from the largest Spanish-language newspaper in the United States and second-most read newspaper in Los Angeles, comes on the heels of the Los Angeles Times endorsing her candidacy – for the second time – and cements Feldstein Soto as the candidate endorsed by all three major Los Angeles papers, including the LA Daily News/SoCal News Group.

In making their endorsement, the La Opinión stated –

En suma, consideramos que Hydee Feldstein Soto tiene las cualidades necesarias para servir a los habitantes de Los Ángeles como su abogado y que merece ser electa en los comicios venideros. ”

Hydee Feldstein Soto has all the necessary qualities to serve the people of Los Angeles as their attorney and she deserves to be elected in the upcoming elections.”

Feldstein Soto is proud and honored to have earned this meaningful endorsement and pledged that she is here to serve the community – “Estoy muy orgullosa de recibir el respaldo de La Opinión cuyo periódico es el noticiero que representa a nuestra comunidad Latina. Con todo mi agradecimiento, aquí estoy para servirles.”

Feldstein Soto continues to consolidate support from critical stakeholders across the City. Her diverse roster of endorsements includes:

  • Planned Parenthood Advocacy Project Los Angeles County Action Fund (PPAP)
  • Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters (LALCV)
  • Los Angeles Times
  • LA Daily News/SoCal News Group
  • Los Angeles County Democratic Party
  • Women’s Political Committee
  • Los Angeles City Attorneys Association
  • Speaker Emeritus of the California Assembly John A. Pérez
  • Congressmember Brad Sherman
  • Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis
  • Los Angeles City Councilmember Monica Rodriguez
  • Los Angeles City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield
  • Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Krekorian
  • Los Angeles City Councilmember Curren D. Price Jr.
  • LA County Assessor Jeff Prang
  • LA City Controller Ron Galperin
  • Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia
  • Former CA Senate Majority Leader/Chair of the Latino Legislative Caucus Richard Polanco
  • Former CA Assemblymember Mike Gatto
  • Former Congressmember and LA County Supervisor Yvonne Brathwaite Burke
  • Former Los Angeles City Councilmember Jan Perry
  • Former Los Angeles City Councilmember Dennis Zine
  • National Women’s Political Caucus
  • Latinas Lead
  • Former candidates for LA City Attorney Marina Torres, Richard Kim, Kevin James and Teddy Kapur
  • Los Angeles Democratic clubs:  Stonewall Democratic Club, Avance Democratic Club, Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley, Heart of LA Democratic Club, East Area Progressive Democrats, North Valley Democratic Club, Chicano Latino Immigrant Democratic Club of LA, San Fernando Valley Young Democrats and Pacific Palisades Democratic Club
  • Los Angeles County Business Federation (BizFed) Political Action Committee
  • United Firefighters of LA City, Local 112
  • International and Warehouse Union (ILWU) Local 94
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 11
  • District 36 of the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades
  • National Steel Framing Industry Association
  • SEIU Local 121RN
  • International Union of Operating Engineers Local 12
  • Southern District Council of Laborers LiUNA! and Laborers Local 300
  • Engineers and Architects Association (EAA)

Hydee Feldstein Soto is a pro-choice feminist, lifelong Democrat, nationally recognized attorney, mother and Jewish Latina from Puerto Rico, who has lived in Los Angeles for 40+ years.  She is the only candidate who has led large teams of attorneys and has experience on legal transactions the size of the City of LA’s budget or greater.  As LA City Attorney, Feldstein Soto is committed to creating a City that works for everyone with solutions that address our most pressing issues – homelessness and housing, disparities in law enforcement, neighborhood safety, reproductive rights, human trafficking and domestic violence, gun violence, environmental protection, and accountability and corruption in our halls of power.

Read Hydee Feldstein Soto’s plans for Los Angeles at: https://hydeeforcityattorney.com.

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