My name is Natasha Serrano. I am running for the California 56th District State Assembly. You can call me Naty!
I was born in Mexico, in the beautiful city of Guadalajara. My mom is from Michoacan and my dad from California. I was raised in both countries, therefore, I have upbringings from both cultures.
I currently work for the Department of Public Health and have been working for the Los Angeles County for 5 years. I love to serve and get involved in my community. I am a part of the Love Life pro-life ministry, serve at my church, and I also support our law enforcement and first responders.
I am Mexican-American, and most importantly a child of God. I love California and all it has to offer, but we need to fight to get our beautiful, Golden State back! I am not planning on leaving California, I am here to stay and raise a family. I know I can accomplish that if we elect the right people to run our California. I am of the people and decided to step out in faith and run for office to represent the people, "We the People". I want to bring back the values that the United States was founded upon. We need to protect our God-given freedoms!
I will be representing the people that reside in the cities of Avocado Heights, Diamond Bar, El Monte, South El Monte, Hacienda Heights, Industry, La Habra Heights, La Puente, Pico Rivera, Rio Hondo, Rowland Heights, Walnut, and Whittier.
After being raised in Mexico, a country that is not considered a first-world country, I have an appreciation and love for the America that it once was as I was growing up, and what it is still left of her. I understand the importance of bringing back the American Dream, and the hope of the people to see this beautiful country thrive again. I will do everything in my power to protect ALL life, from the baby in the womb to the elderly, and work to bring back the quality of life all of us Americans deserve.
I am a concerned citizen, not a politician, and I want to represent YOU and represent God, and make our country great again, one city at at time.
Here am I, send ME!