Assemblywoman Baker announced today that the California Parks and Recreation Society (CPRS) endorsed her for re-election to the 16th Assembly District.
“As a long-time parks advocate and outdoor enthusiast, I am honored to receive the endorsement and support of CPRS. The 16th District, like much of California, is fortunate to have access to so many beautiful parks, and we need to continue working together to protect our open spaces and promote strong stewardship of our parklands. I will continue to work across the aisle to support our state, regional, and local park systems, and I am thankful CPRS recognizes my efforts to do just that,” said Baker.
Stephanie Stephens, CPRS Executive Director stated, “Assemblywoman Baker’s commitment to the environment and support for protecting park resources and access for all Californians makes her the best candidate in the 16th Assembly District race. We are pleased to support her for re-election, and look forward to working with her to further the mission and values of CPRS.”
Founded in 1946, CPRS is a nonprofit, professional, and public interest organization that works to provide recreation experiences for individuals and families, protect natural resources, and promote health and wellness through park and recreation activities.
Assemblywoman Catharine Baker represents Alamo, Danville, Dublin, Lafayette, Livermore, Moraga, Orinda, Pleasanton, San Ramon and Walnut Creek. This is Assemblywoman Baker’s first term in office. In the Assembly, she’s been focused on improving K-12 education and access to UC schools for Californians, preventing BART strikes, making smarter infrastructure investments, and bringing more transparency and fiscal responsibility to government.