California State Senate candidate Todd Zink has received the endorsement of Santa Clarita City Councilmember Marsha McLean.
Zink, who is running in the newly drawn 27th Senate District, shares parallel values and vision with McLean. Both Zink and McLean have a passion for the services of local government and the importance of small business.
“My campaign continues to grow through the support of local government leaders, such as Councilmember Marsha McLean,” said Zink, the accomplished Deputy District Attorney and decorated Marine Corps officer.
“We both have an understanding that small businesses must be made a priority for our state and its local regions to survive and eventually be restored. Further, both Councilmember McLean and I believe that we must protect our environment and create sustainable green plans moving forward.”
Zink’s candidacy pledges to vote against the job-killer legislation that has cost California significantly throughout the past twenty years.
McLean joined the Santa Clarita City Council in 2002 and has also served as the city’s mayor. In addition to serving the city of Santa Clarita in various roles, including as program analyst for special projects, McLean worked for the Los Angeles Police Department. She also served the United States Government at the American Embassies in Tel Aviv and in Paris.
“Councilmember McLean has been giving to her community and nation for 30 years,” Zink said. “She is the kind of person we need helping guide us back to what California can be. I am honored to have her endorsement.”
In addition to his public service as a Marine Corps officer and Deputy District Attorney, Zink is a husband and father. His wife, Christon, is a Vietnamese immigrant and attorney specializing in Workers Compensation Defense. The couple lives in Westlake Village with their two sons: Hunter, age 7, Conner, age 5, and their rescued mutt, Lucky.