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Pasadena Vice Mayor Felicia Williams Endorses Barger for L.A. County Supervisor

Today, Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger proudly announces City of Pasadena Vice Mayor and Councilmember Felicia Williams has endorsed her re-election campaign for Fifth District Supervisor.

"I have had the honor of working with Kathryn for many years on critical issues like housing, economic development, social services and healthcare,” said Councilmember Williams. “She is a pragmatic leader with a lifelong commitment to the County’s Fifth District. Kathryn has a deep understanding of the needs and opportunities our shared constituents face and the experience to solve problems. She listens and gets things done.”

Councilmember Williams was born and raised in Pasadena and elected to the city’s City Council in 2020. She has represented Pasadena’s Council District 2 since 2020 and also serves as the Vice President of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority and on the Executive Board of Foothill Transit.

Her endorsement of Supervisor Barger highlights the strong partnership between local municipalities and County leadership in addressing the pressing issues facing the region.

Supervisor Barger expressed her gratitude for Councilmember Williams' endorsement. "I am honored to have the support of Councilmember Felicia Williams,” stated Supervisor Barger. “Her dedication to Pasadena and advocacy for our community align with my vision for a robust Los Angeles County economy. Together, we will work incessantly to address the challenges facing our residents and create a brighter future for all."

Councilmember Williams' endorsement of Supervisor Barger adds to an extensive, bi-partisan list of local electeds, including over 40 Fifth District mayors and councilmembers.

Supervisor Barger also has the support of business and community groups, including Planned Parenthood Advocacy Project Los Angeles County Action Fund and the Los Angeles County Business Federation (BizFed). She also has the endorsement of organized labor, including SEIU 721, Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriffs and Firefighters, LA/OC Building Trades Council, LiUNA! Local 300, Teamsters 42, AFSCME 36 and many more.



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