State Council for Construction and Building Trades Endorses Marc Steinorth for Re-Election

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  1. State Council for Construction and Building Trades Endorses Marc Steinorth for Re-Election

Rancho Cucamonga, CA — Small business owner and Assemblyman, Marc Steinorth has received the endorsement of the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California (SBCTC).

Founded in 1901, SBCTC has built upon its mission for more than a century and currently acts as one of the most recognized statewide organizations focused on improving the health, job safety and economic conditions of its members and affiliates.

“While many challenges still confront California residents, Marc has a proven record and experience in resolving complex issues in a bipartisan manner to get results for his district and our state,” said SBCTC Legislative and Political Director Cesar Diaz. “His commitment to the principles that promote a better quality of life for the working families of the Building Trades is a testament to his character and resolve.”

Although the SBCTC generally endorses Democratic candidates at the legislative level, Steinorth has developed a reputation for working across the aisle for the wellbeing of those he represents. Marc is supportive of increasing investment in career and technical training and preparing our next generation for high paying, skilled jobs. For Marc, it’s about getting the job done for the community he represents.

From strengthening laws against sexual predators and promoting safe communities to prioritizing small business growth and making education more affordable, Steinorth has worked with all legislators to make the Inland Empire a stronger and safer place for its residents.

Marc Steinorth is seeking re-election 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. Marc and his wife, Maria and their two children live in Rancho Cucamonga.

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