Zink Earns Endorsement of Hidden Hills Mayor Siegel and Councilman Landon

California State Senate candidate Todd Zink has earned the endorsements of Hidden Hills Mayor Stuart E. Siegel and Hidden Hills City Councilman Marv Landon.

“Small cities rely on businesses to create opportunities for employment and services,” Siegel said. “Todd Zink, with his understanding and expertise of the importance of small businesses, is the type of candidate I want representing us at the state level.”

In addition to his role as Hidden Hills Mayor, Siegel also serves as President at Las Virgenes Malibu Council of Governments and is a board member for the Panorama City Business Improvement District. He has been a member of the city council for more than 17 years.

“Todd Zink’s priorities align closely with the priorities of our community,” said Landon, who owns a freight management company with more than 100 employees. “He understands that businesses are being driven away from California and the Legislature needs to make serious changes to keep those businesses here.”

Zink’s candidacy pledges to vote against the job-killer legislation that has cost California significantly throughout the past twenty years.

“I am honored to have the support of both Hidden Hills Mayor Stuart Siegel and Hidden Hills City Councilman Marv Landon,” Zink said. “Both these longtime businessmen understand the Legislature’s flawed actions towards small businesses. I plan to reverse those actions and restore confidence in the state’s ability to assist small businesses.”

Zink is running in the newly drawn 27th Senate District. Zink is a husband, father, decorated Marine Corps officer, and an accomplished Deputy District Attorney with a long record of service to our community and country. 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.