Candidate Dr Vinson Eugene Allen is gaining momentum as a


SAN FRANCISCO, June 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Candidate Dr. Vinson Eugene Allen is gaining popularity across the state and has built a solid foundation for the upcoming June 7 primary for the California Insurance Commissioner. The candidate campaigned along the California coast, spreading the message, “We’re in this together.” According to a recent Q&A with the San Diego Tribune, Dr. Allen was positioned as one of the top three Democrats to enter the race and raised over $1 million. The Los Angeles doctor also received a public endorsement from the San Diego Voice & View Point.

Dr. Allen’s advertising platform took off across the state, reaching voters from San Diego to Oakland, Calif. In Los Angeles, the Doctor dominated publicity around the city with billboards, local radio and television ads, reminding voters to get out and vote. Many Southern California residents began showing their support by donating to Dr. Allen. The candidate received the support of the National Association of African American Insurance Agents and received the endorsement of the (IAPAC) I Chinese American Political Action Committee. Support is growing every day for the candidate. Dr. Allen is known in Los Angeles for feeding families and supporting the community in times of crisis.

Voters in Oakland have shown their support for the candidate. Dr. Allen made weekly visits to the Bay Area, working diligently to hear the unspoken and silent voices of these communities. Voters believe he represents change for the insurance industry while calling out the disparity evident in the auto insurance industry. Its vision is to develop a viable solution to end the increase in insurance premiums within our elderly population and to provide a viable solution to prevent insurance non-renewals and increased premiums within our interface with urban wildlife. Dr. Allen recently gave an interview to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce with Marisol Rubio, where he spoke in detail about his plans if elected insurance commissioner. Oakland NAACP President George Holland also reached out to the candidate with his support.

During a recent visit to San Francisco, candidate Allen was introduced to Dr. Amos Brown, a historic leader known for many acts of bravery during the civil rights movement. Impressed by his admiration for the people of California, he invited Dr. Allen to San Francisco to attend a special Sunday service on June 5, 2022, to speak before his congregation. Allen plans to meet with the San Francisco Chapter of the NAACP and members of the Asian and Spanish communities to discuss bringing our communities together for a better California.

The candidate recently traveled to Sacramento, where he attended the state Congressional Committee meeting and spoke with political action committees and insurance agents to discuss his plans once active. Dr Allen was interviewed on the Sac Town Talk podcast by Jarrett Blonien, where he explained why he decided to run for California Insurance Commissioner. Candidate Allen has appeared on numerous podcasts, radio shows and local television, including Hollywood Unlocked with Jason Lee and The Cut.

Dr. Allen is the founder of Dusk to Dawn Urgent Care Facilities, located throughout Southern California. For 20 years, Dr. Eugene Allen and his wife, Dr. Connie Yu Allen, have centered their commitment to communities in Los Angeles. Dr. Allen, Dr. Yu, and their children served the Los Angeles community with turkey gifts, toys, clothing, donations, and general care to anyone in need of support. Dr. Allen is a friend, brother and son to those who come into contact with the candidate.


Campaign Headquarters

Dr. Allen for California Insurance Commissioner
701 East 28th Street, Suite 401
Long Beach, CA 90806
Phone: (310) 386-6404

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Media Inquiries: Derrick Dzurko
Phone: (888) 231-6942

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