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SEPTEMBER 24, 2021


Esteemed LA County Supervisor Gives Critical Support to Faisal Gill’s LA City Attorney Bid

LOS ANGELES, CA -- In another potent demonstration of his support from Los Angeles’ most prominent progressive leaders in the race for LA City Attorney, today local civil rights attorney Faisal Gill garnered a powerful endorsement from Los Angeles County Supervisor Holly Mitchell.

Prior to representing the 2nd District on the LA County Board of Supervisors, Mitchell served in both the California State Senate and State Assembly.

In announcing her support for Gill’s campaign for LA City Attorney, Supervisor Mitchell commented:

"I am thrilled to endorse Faisal Gill for Los Angeles City Attorney. Los Angeles needs more leaders with a progressive vision when it comes to criminal justice reform - who will not be afraid to hold the LAPD accountable and combat the criminalization of poverty. I am confident that as LA’s City Attorney, Faisal will help make our city more equitable and just for all, and I am proud to stand alongside him in creating this change."

This powerful endorsement comes after Gill’s campaign announced that it had surpassed more than $500,000 in the first fundraising period for the 2022 election. 

Previously, Gill formally announced his campaign for Los Angeles City Attorney by releasing a video ad titled "Do Better”.

To view "Do Better", click on the screenshot below:











Faisal Gill is an immigrant, civil rights attorney, husband, and father who lives in Los Angeles, California. As a civil rights attorney, Faisal has taken on clients who faced discrimination from the federal government, state governments, immigration enforcement, and police departments.

Throughout his career as an attorney, Faisal has been determined to help those who face discrimination from our government, within our immigration systems, and from their employers. He hopes to bring his perspective as an immigrant and civil rights attorney to the office of LA City Attorney and restore trust and transparency in local government. 

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