AG Candidate Nathan Hochman Hits $500K Fundraising Benchmark

Former US Assistant Attorney General and candidate for California Attorney General, Nathan Hochman, has announced an early fundraising haul of half a million dollars in his campaign to unseat Newsom appointee Rob Bonta in 2022.

“I am humbled by the generous support we have received from concerned citizens across California,” remarked Hochman. “In the few weeks since announcing this campaign, it has been crystal clear to me that Californians are ready for change in Sacramento and want new leaders who put public safety first.”

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Hochman graduated from Brown University and earned his law degree from Stanford Law School. After finishing law school, Hochman clerked for a US District Court Judge in Los Angeles before becoming an Assistant US Attorney for the Central District of California.

In 2008, Hochman was appointed by President George W. Bush and confirmed by the US Senate as US Assistant Attorney General overseeing the Department of Justice’s Tax Division.

Hochman served as a member and president of the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission from 2011 to 2016 and serves on numerous boards, including those governing the Cedar Sinai Medical Center and American Jewish University.

Hochman launched his campaign for Attorney General at the end of April and has since raised over $500,000.


  1. Really??? says

    Now we will see how strong the backlash on the insanity of the Radicalized Democrat Party will be.

    This appears to be a moderate candidate. He has the necessary credentials to campaign as a merit based AG. The issues of culture and race in the Democrat created prejudiced atmosphere of revolution will be tested.

    Now that the black and Mexican communities have seen failure after failure because the Democrats promised what cannot be sustained it will be interesting. Remember people this is a race about rational application of law and order.

    It will be interesting to watch how the Jewish vote goes.

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