|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||Contact: Tom Lackey|
|February 7, 2014||Phone: (661) 317-9837|
Assembly Candidate Endorsed by California Small Business Association
Palmdale, CA – Retired Highway Patrolman and Candidate for Assembly, Tom Lackey has been endorsed by the California Small Business Association (CSBA). As Lackey looks to represent a region of California that has felt the effects of the recession more than most, the endorsement of the CSBA gives confidence to small business owners, hard working families, and residents of Assembly District 36.
“As a local leader, Tom Lackey has valued and supported small business,” said CSBA Past Chair & Endorsement Chair, Jerry Bircher. “His stance on our issues makes him the clear choice for small business, and his experience in both public safety and education makes him a perfect fit for Assembly District 36.”
As the Mayor Pro Tem for the City of Palmdale, Lackey has been a strong advocate for lower taxes, public safety, and improvements to public education. He continues to focus on job growth through private sector development, looking to create jobs for local residents.
In addition to his service as a local elected, Lackey recently retired as a Sergeant with the California Highway Patrol, spending 28 years of his life protecting residents and hard working families.
Tom Lackey is the city delegate to the Citizens Advisory Committee for California State Prison – Los Angeles County, the city representative on the Antelope Valley Transit Authority Board, an appointee to the Antelope Valley Crime Task Force, and was most recently appointed to the Metropolitan Transportation Board for L.A. County by Supervisor Antonovich.
Tom Lackey and his wife Theresa, live in Palmdale with their two adopted children, Justin and Jani.