"I plan to work closely with them on the healing process and to work together toward a common interest as Americans," Krekorian said, adding he does not have much time to rest before heading up to Sacramento with all of the Democratic nominees for a gathering at the request of Nuñez. "We are going to continue to do what I have been doing, to talk to people about the need to have the finest schools possible providing the best 21st-century education to all of our students."
In addition to education, Krekorian listed universal healthcare for all Californians, environmental protection and rebuilding the state's infrastructure as his top priorities if he wins the Assembly seat in November.
"I am so grateful to the people of the 43rd Assembly District who entrusted me to take on this job and voted based on the message I have been talking about," he said. "These are the things that matter to Californians much more than the issue of character assassination."