GLENDALE, CA — The ACA-PAC announced its endorsement of Jerry Brown for Governor in the upcoming Nov. 2nd elections. “Jerry Brown has been a strong supporter of Armenian-American issues for many years and he is the only candidate in this race that will best represent the interests of our community as he has done so in the past,” said Sevak Khatchadourian, Executive Board Member .
Brown’s close ties to the Armenia-American community date back to the mid 1970’s when he served as Governor for California. During his governance, he appointed several Armenian Americans to high level governmental and judicial positions.
A proponent in advocating support for the recoginition of the Armenian Genocide, Governor Brown ordered the State flag to be flown at half staff for the month of April in the Capitol and also fought for the rights of the descendants of Genocide victims while he served as Attorney General.
“His commitment to serving the needs of the Armenian-American community in California is what separates him from other candidates who are running for this seat,” said Khatchadourian. “We are confident that he will continue to provide first rate constituent service by addressing the concerns of our community.”

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