Jessica Morse Statement on Called Primary Election Results in 4th Congressional District
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, June 6th, 2018
Makaiah Mohler, (530) 913-3242, email@example.com
Anthony Kusich, (916) 288-2228, firstname.lastname@example.org
ROSEVILLE, Calif. – Following last night's primary results, whereupon she will advance to the November general election, Democratic candidate Jessica Morse released the following statement:
"A year ago, I launched my campaign for Congress because I believed that the 4th Congressional District deserved a representative who would put the important issues facing our community first. For five terms, Tom McClintock has continually let this community down, whether blocking access to affordable healthcare, supporting a tax bill that hurts most Californians, or failing to protect our natural resources. This morning, I am honored to be given the chance to continue this fight to November.
"I am grateful for the hard work that my family, volunteers, and staff put into this effort, as I could not have gotten this far with their constant support. I also want to congratulate Regina Bateson and Roza Calderon on a hard-fought campaign, and humbly invite their supporters to join our team and unite for the next battle.
"Taking on Tom McClintock and his special-interest backers will not be easy. But as I have learned over the past year traveling across all ten counties in the 4th district, nothing can erase the enthusiasm and passion awakened by our campaign. I look forward to the challenge ahead."