Washington, DC (January 13, 2015) – Women Under Forty PAC (WUFPAC) today announces their endorsement of West Hollywood City Council candidate, Lindsey Horvath.
“Lindsey Horvath is a dedicated and proven public servant for her community of West Hollywood, California” said Kate Farrar, WUFPAC President. “WUFPAC was proud to endorse Lindsey in her run in 2011 and excited that she is back to campaign for a seat on the Council once again. Lindsey is seeking to bring accountability, affordability and accessibility to the forefront of the city’s priorities.”
“I am honored to have the endorsement of WUFPAC. With the only woman on the West Hollywood City Council retiring, we must work together to ensure that women have a voice in local politics,” shared Lindsey.
Lindsey Horvath was first appointed to the West Hollywood Women’s Advisory Board in 2007, focusing on the issues facing women and families in West Hollywood. When an unexpected vacancy became available, Lindsey was unanimously appointed to serve as a City Councilmember. She also represented the City of West Hollywood on the Los Angeles County Library Commission and on the Executive Board of California Contract Cities. Lindsey has since served on the Los Angeles Unified School District Redistricting Commission, and now serves as Chair of the Transportation Commission in West Hollywood. Lindsey was the founding President of the Hollywood Chapter of the National Organization for Women, a Chapter Director in Los Angeles for the Truman National Security Project, and a Los Angeles Advisory Council Member for Running Start. Please visit http://www.lindseyhorvath4weho.com/to learn more about Lindsey Horvath.