Rancho Cucamonga, CA — Small business owner and Assemblyman, Marc Steinorth has received the endorsement of the San Bernardino County Safety Employees Benefit Association (SEBA).
As an organization, SEBA advocates for over 3,100 public safety professionals that work for a variety of local departments and associations, including: San Bernardino County deputy sheriffs, district attorney investigators, probation officers, specialized fire services and coroner investigators.
“A true problem solver, Marc has used his time in office to selflessly advocate for the men and women who protect our families and our neighborhoods,” said SEBA President Laren Leichliter. “He is a proven leader for the local law enforcement community, who has always made public safety his first priority.”
Before being elected to the Assembly in 2014, Steinorth served as a member of the Rancho Cucamonga City Council. In this capacity, coupled with his responsibilities as a member of the Consolidated Fire Agencies (ConFire) committee, he developed a reputation as a leader willing to listen to, and work with, public safety leaders for the betterment of the region.
As a member of the Assembly, Marc has continued this commitment by authoring and supporting legislation that addresses the negative impacts of careless policies such as Prop 47 and prison realignment. As a longtime small business owner and committed father, Steinorth knows that public safety is the foundation upon which all else is built.
SEBA is not the only local public safety organization or leader to recognize Steinorth’s dedication to the law enforcement community. In his campaign for reelection, he has also earned the endorsements of the Rancho Cucamonga Firefighters Association, San Bernardino Police Officers Association, Redlands Police Officers Association, San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon, San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan and Redlands Police Chief Mark Garcia.
Marc Steinorth is seeking reelection to the 40th Assembly district, which includes the communities of Highland, Loma Linda, Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, San Bernardino and the unincorporated areas of Mentone, Devore, Lytle Creek and portions of Phelan.