February 12, 2016

Contact: Dylan Gray
(916) 319-2066

Hadley Shows Huge $503,000 Cash-on-Hand Advantage Over Muratsuchi

TORRANCE – Assemblyman David Hadley (R-66th District) not only reported raising $869,838 in 2015 – with $673,163 cash-on-hand – for his re-election campaign, but he has $503,000 more cash than his opponent, Al Muratsuchi.

"I’m proud that I’ve earned more financial support this past year from individual South Bay donors – over $300,000 – than my opponent, Al Muratsuchi, has from all his sources combined,” said Hadley. "In 2016, my opponent will be even more dependent on out-of-district money than he was in 2014.”

Along with Hadley’s substantial fundraising advantage, 66th Assembly District registration has closed between the two major political parties. When Hadley defeated Muratsuchi in 2014, Democrats had an 8% registration advantage, but today, that gap has narrowed to a 7% difference.

As a first-term member of the State Assembly, Hadley authored and garnered bi-partisan support for legislation allowing broader public education opportunities for active-duty military families.

Additionally, Hadley has received an “A” from the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association and the endorsements of both the California Small Business Association and the National Federation of Independent Business. To read more about Hadley’s legislation, please visit

Those wanting to join the David Hadley South Bay grassroots movement and help re-elect David Hadley to the Assembly should visit or find him on Facebook at

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