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Rev. William Summerville to Launch Congressional Campaign Saturday with Community Cookout

Summerville Would Make History As California’s First Black Man Elected to Congress in Over 20 Years

Apr. 5, 2022 / PRZen / LONG BEACH, Calif. — Rev. William Moses Summerville, a Southern California clergy person and community advocate, will celebrate top ballot access and officially launch his candidacy for California’s 42nd Congressional seat this Saturday, April 9th, with a car caravan closing out at The Neighborhood Church located at 3435 San Anseline Avenue in Long Beach.

If elected, Summerville would make history by becoming the first Black man to be elected to Congress in California in over 20 years.

Rev. Summerville  will kick off his campaign Saturday by hosting a car caravan rally where he will share his progressive vision for the district which focuses on justice and healing for the working families of Southern California hit hardest by decades of policy failures and will advocate for popular policy solutions that address our housing, health care and the climate crises.

The event will feature speakers George Moyer (Candidate for Long Beach Prosecutor), Janet Foster -(Candidate for CA Assembly 69th District), and

Martha Camacho-Rodriquez (Candidate for CA State Senate 30th District.)

Rev. Summerville has dedicated his life to the service of others and those values drive his campaign. Immediately following the caravan, Rev. Summerville will lead his supporters in a community cookout to feed the friends and neighbors of the district.

The event is open to the press. RSVP HERE.

April 9th 2022

“Serve the People” Campaign Kickoff Caravan and Cookout

Rynerson Park

20711 Studebaker Road, Lakewood, CA

Caravan: 12:00pm – 1:30pm PT

The Neighborhood Church

3435 San Anseline Avenue, Long Beach, CA

Cookout: 2:30pm – 5:00pm PT

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