FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 27th, 2024
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE NAMES WILL ROLLINS TO COVETED RED TO BLUE LIST
Rollins is among the first group of candidates marked as a top priority for the party
CORONA, C.A. — Today, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee named Will Rollins, the presumptive Democratic nominee in California’s 41st Congressional District, to its coveted Red to Blue list.
According to the organization, the “DCCC adds candidates to its Red to Blue program after hitting significant benchmarks related to overall campaign infrastructure, fundraising, and on-the-ground engagement. The program arms top-tier candidates with organizational and fundraising support, strategic guidance, staff resources, candidate training and more.”
“Folks both here on the ground and across the country know that California’s 41st District is a must-win,” said Rollins. “We need a Democratic Majority to deliver strong jobs, wages, and benefits for Riverside County families, and I’m thankful that the national party shares my strong belief that flipping California’s 41st is critical in our path to taking back the House.”
“As a former federal prosecutor, Will Rollins has spent years holding criminals accountable and prioritizing the safety of Inland Empire families,” said DCCC Chair Rep. Suzan DelBene. “In Congress, he’ll use that experience to fight against extremism, take on corporate price-gougers that are making life more expensive for Southern Californians, and deliver real solutions for his community. Rollins is more than ready to defeat Ken Calvert.”
The Red to Blue program is the latest sign that California’s 41st District is a top target in the battle for House control in 2024. A Washington Post story profiled Rollins’ campaign as a race to watch in the blue states that will determine House control, and Punchbowl News called the district the #2 most critical district in all of America in the battle for the House.
Will Rollins is a Palm Springs resident and Southern California native. A former federal counterterrorism prosecutor, he is now running for Congress in California’s 41st Congressional District.