California’s District 25 stretches from Northern Los Angeles to San Fernando Valley, and it’s a seat that Democrats are hoping to flip from red to blue this November.
According to the New York Times, registered Democrats now outnumber Republicans in District 25, though the area has been red for decades. United States Rep. Steve Knight currently holds the seat and is a former Los Angeles police officer, Palmdale City Council member and veteran.
Challenging Knight is Katie Hill, executive director of a large non-profit assisting the homeless. She’s captured younger voters, identifies as bisexual and is hungry for more female representation in Congress.
Hill joins AirTalk to highlight what she will bring to CA 25. Call us at 866-893-5722 with your questions or comment below.
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Katie Hill, Democratic challenger for District 25 that covers part of northern Los Angeles County and part of Ventura County; executive director of People Assisting the Homeless (PATH), California’s largest non-profit provider of homes for the homeless; she tweets @KatieHill4CA