Project Support

More than 70 individuals, elected officials and organizations representing labor, business and community interests support the Cadiz Water Project because it will deliver clean, safe water to Southern California, create jobs and support the local economy.



Adelanto Chamber of Commerce

BIZFED – Los Angeles County Business Federation

Building Industry Association of Southern California

Building Industry Association of San Diego

California Chamber of Commerce

California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce

California Steel Industries, Inc. Construction Industry Coalition on Water Quality

Engineering Contractors Association

Fontana Chamber of Commerce

Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce

Greater Riverside Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Imperial County Farm Bureau

Industry Manufacturers Council

Inland Empire Chamber Legislative Alliance

Inland Empire Economic Partnership

International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 12

Laborers International Union of North America, Local 783 Layne Christensen Company

League of United Latin American Citizens

Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

Morongo Basin Regional Economic Development Consortium

Needles Chamber of Commerce

Northwest Pipe Company

NOV Ameron Co.

Orange County Association of Realtors Orange County Business Council Orange County Taxpayers Association

Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce

Redlands Chamber of Commerce

Roscoe Moss Company

San Bernardino County Farm Bureau

San Bernardino Railroad Historical Society

San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership

San Gabriel Valley Legislative Coalition of Chambers

South Bay Association of Chambers of Commerce Southern California District Council of Laborers, LIUNA

Southern California Partnership for Jobs

South Orange County Economic Coalition

Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce

Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce

Valley Industry Commerce Association





Ken Calvert, U.S. House of Representatives, R-Corona, CD-42

John Campbell, U.S. House of Representatives, R-Irvine, CD-45, retired

Tony Cardenas, U.S. House of Representatives, D- Panorama City, CD-29

Paul Cook, U.S. House of Representatives, R-Yucca Valley, CD-8

Jim Costa, U.S. House of Representatives, D-Fresno, CD-16

Darrell Issa, U.S. House of Representatives, R-Vista, CD-49

Doug LaMalfa, U.S. House of Representatives, R-Auburn, CD-1

Tom McClintock, U.S. House of Representatives, R-Roseville, CD-4

Gary Miller, U.S. House of Representatives, R- Redlands, CD-31, retired

Gloria Negrete-McLeod, U.S. House of Representatives, D-Ontario, CD-35, retired

Scott Peters, U.S. House of Representatives, D-San Diego, CD-52

Collin Peterson, U.S. House of Representatives, D-Minnesota, CD-7

Dana Rohrabacher, U.S. House of Representatives, R-Huntington Beach, CD-48

Ed Royce, U.S. House of Representatives, R-Hacienda Heights, CD-39

Linda Sanchez, U.S. House of Representatives, D-Cerritos, CD-38

Loretta Sanchez, U.S. House of Representatives, D-Santa Ana, CD-46, retired

Norma Torres, U.S. House of Representatives, D – Ontario, CD-35

Mimi Walters, U.S. House of Representatives, R-Laguna Niguel, CD-45



Patricia Bates, California State Senate, District 36, R-San Diego/Orange Counties

Bill Brough, California State Assembly, District 72, R-Dana Point

Ling Ling Chang, California State Assembly, District 55, R-Diamond Bar, retired

Tom Daly, California State Assembly, District 69, D-Anaheim

Cathleen Galgiani, California State Senate, District 5, D-Stockton

Eduardo Garcia, California State Assembly, District 56, D-Coachella

Diane Harkey, Member, California State Board of Equalization, District 4

Ray Haynes, California State Senate, R-Temecula, retired

Dennis Hollingsworth, California State Senate Minority Leader, R-Murrieta, retired

Eric Linder, California State Assembly, District 60, R-Corona, retired

Chad Mayes, California State Assembly and Republican Leader, District 42, R-Yucca Valley

Janet Nguyen, California State Senate, District 34, R-Garden Grove

Rudy Salas, California State Assembly, District 32, D-Bakersfield

Arnold Schwarzenegger, former Governor, State of California



Lisa Bartlett, Board of Supervisors, Orange County, 5th District

Glenn Becerra, Councilman, City of Simi Valley

Jordan Brandman, former Councilman, City of Anaheim

Sherri Butterfield, former Mayor, City of Mission Viejo

John Cole, former Mayor, City of Twentynine Palms

Peter Foy, Board of Supervisors, Ventura County, 4th District

Curt Hagman, Board of Supervisors, San Bernardino County, 4th District

Clint Lorimer, Councilman, City of Eastvale

Shawn Nelson, Board of Supervisors, Orange County, 4th District

Orange County-Association of California Cities

Robert Pacheco, Mayor, City of Walnut

Deborah Robertson, Mayor, City of Rialto

C. David Renquest, former superintendent, Needles Unified School District Michelle Steel, Board of Supervisors, Orange County, 2nd District

John Tavaglione, Board of Supervisors, Riverside County, 2nd District

Gary Thompson, former Mayor, Rancho Santa Margarita

Jim Thor, former Mayor, Rancho Santa Margarita

Aquanetta Warren, Mayor, City of Fontana