SACRAMENTO, CA – A broad base of Latino leaders and organizations across the Sacramento Region announced their endorsement of prosecutor Thien Ho for Sacramento County District Attorney, including the following:
Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce PAC
West Sacramento Mayor Pro Tem Quirina Orozco
Folsom Vice Mayor Rosario Rodriguez
Galt Councilmember Rich Lozano
Sacramento Councilmember Eva Garcia (Ret.)
California State University Trustee Emeritus Melinda Guzman, Esq.
U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Director Emeritus Rafael Sanchez
California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Chairman Emeritus Ken Macias
Sacramento City Arts Commission Chair Emeritus Cruz Naranjo
“As one of the most hardworking and accomplished prosecutors in the Sacramento region and the state, Thien Ho has the experience and fortitude a District Attorney needs to tackle the most complex issues facing our community,” said Quirina Orozco, West Sacramento Mayor Pro Tem.
Ho’s campaign has opened a wide lead in fundraising, raising $800,000 since 2021.
As a refugee who fled Vietnam seeking freedom and opportunities for a better life, Thien Ho is the embodiment of the American Dream. As a lawyer with 23 years of experience, Thien has pursued justice every time he steps into the courtroom. As a deputy district attorney, Thien has prosecuted the most violent and dangerous criminals, including the East Area Rapist/Golden State Killer. As the Assistant Chief Deputy District Attorney for Sacramento County, Thien manages and oversees an entire bureau of lawyers who protect the public, collaborate with community partners, and guard the integrity of the criminal justice system.