Guerra, Nguyen receive large contributions from influential employee associations in 10th District Assembly race




Two of the Democratic candidates for the California Assembly 10th District seat reported significant contributions from influential employee associations in their latest financial disclosures. 

Sacramento City Councilmember Eric Guerra reported $9,700 from the California State Council of Service Employee Small Contributor Committee. With that contribution came the endorsement of SEIU California and all SIEU Locals.   

On Twitter, Guerra also announced he received the endorsement of the California Faculty Association, the statewide bargaining unit of 29,000 faculty, librarians, counselors, and coaches at the CSU system. Guerra's lists several additional endorsements on his website.   
For Elk Grove City Councilmember Stephanie Nguyen, her recent campaign activities include a $9,800 contribution from the Sacramento Deputy Sheriff's Association Political Action Committee. Along with that, she received $4,900 from CAPA21 State, an Asian American Pacific Islander political action committee that invests in progressive candidates.  

Nguyen announced on Twitter that she has been endorsed by the CA Asian American and Pacific Islander Leg. Caucus. Other endorsements Nguyen has received can be viewed on her campaign website. 
A third Democratic candidate, Dr. Tecoy Porter, reported a $1,000 individual contribution. Eric Rigard, the sole Republican in the race, has not reported any recent contributions. 

A fifth candidate has reportedly entered the June 7 primary race. Their name appears on the California Secretary of State website, but nothing further can be verified. 

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