Moorlach Takes Money From Tobacco, Big Pharma and Oil Corporations
Professor Min, who enjoys strong support from local community leaders, educators and elected officials, reported $325,393.00 raised from over 850 individual donors and $245,091.74 cash on hand. Most impressive is the fact that 60% of Min’s contributions were from individuals who live in the 37th Senate district.
This stands in stark contrast to the $163,803.48 that Moorlach raised, with 75% of this coming from corporations and PACs and only 19% coming from individuals who live in the State Senate District he claims to represent. Moorlach reported $233,924.94 cash on hand.
“I’m so proud of the people-powered movement we’re building on the ground here in SD37,” said Min. “Senator Moorlach is a career politician whose extremist views—on Donald Trump, immigration, the environment, women’s rights, and gun control —are completely out of touch with the values of hardworking Orange County families. John Moorlach is bought and paid for by the corporate special interests who fund his campaigns. I will always put the interests of district residents over corporations.”
Since announcing his candidacy in January 2019, Min has showed incredible momentum, making over 200 campaign-related appearances and holding more than 50 community events across the 37th District.
The Min campaign has endorsements from the California Federation of Teachers, the API Legislative Caucus, nine members of Congress (including prominent California leaders Ted Lieu, Alan Lowenthal, Gil Cisneros, and Judy Chu), State Controller Betty Yee, nine members of the State Legislature (including Senator Richard Pan, and Assemblymembers Sharon Quirk-Silva, David Chiu, Rob Bonta, and Ash Kalra) and hundreds of local elected officials and community leaders. To see a full list of endorsements click here.