California State Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula and former California State Assemblymember Juan Arambula support Esmeralda Soria for Congress
FRESNO, C.A. – California State Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula and former California State Assemblymember Juan Arambula stand in support of Esmeralda Soria for Congress, highlighting the need for more effective state and federal partnerships on the issues that matter most to the overlapping communities in the 16th Congressional District.
Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula was the first Latino physician to be elected to the California State Assembly, representing parts of Fresno and rural communities throughout the Central Valley. He has been an advocate at the state level, addressing the shortage of doctors and other health care professionals in the Valley.
“As a proud Democrat who represents the Central Valley in California’s State Assembly District 31, I stand firmly with Esmeralda Soria for Congress. Soria has worked hard to address critical issues that affect our working class families. I am excited to support the first Woman and the first Latina from the Central Valley to go to Congress,” said Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula.
Former California State Assemblymember Juan Arambula represented California’s 31st Assembly District from 2004-2010. He has been an advocate for Central Valley communities, standing up to special interests and has advocated for jobs and job retention as well as healthcare and environmental policies.
“We need Esmeralda Soria to represent us in Congress. She is not afraid to stand up for what is right and will speak up for Valley residents who have been forgotten by the establishment Democrats in Washington. She is the change we need. I am proud of her and believe in her,” said Former Assemblymember Juan Arambula.
“I want to thank our Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula and former Assemblymember Juan Arambula for their trust and support in my journey to represent our communities in Congress,” Soria says. “It’s time that we had effective partnerships between the state and federal government to address the issues of healthcare, homelessness, the environment, and more. I look forward to working with all levels of government on these critical issues.”
Esmeralda Soria is currently running for Congress in Congressional District 16, which covers Fresno, Madera and Merced County. She is on the Fresno City Council where she represents District 1. Esmeralda is fighting for health care for all, college affordability and campaign finance reform.