PASADENA, CA – Candidate for Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell on Wednesday visited the Armenian Educational Benevolent Union Center, where he met with members of the Social Democrat Hunchakian Party – Western US Region Executive Committee, as well as members of the Armenian Council of American Executive Board, and various community leaders.

During the three hour meeting a wide range of issues were discussed with Mr. McDonnell, pertaining to concerns of the Armenian American community as well as law enforcement within the LA County Sheriff’s department jurisdiction.

Mr. McDonnell welcomed the opportunity to meet with the Executive Committee, and community leaders. Mr. McDonnell also stressed his admiration towards the hard work of the vibrant Armenian-American community, who have been very vocal, very positive and very effective in business and philanthropy, particularly in the LA County. Mr. McDonnell reiterated his pledge, if elected, to work closely with the community and its leadership ensuring strong effective relations between the community, himself and his future department.

McDonnell will be on the ballot for the November 4 General Elections.

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