It has been a distinct honor and privilege to have participated in this election and to have had the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people who care deeply about the City of Anaheim and our home in District -1. I am truly humbled by the support that our campaign received. While I came up short in this election, I know my campaign helped to raise awareness about many important issues that are facing our City and District-1 and I am looking to forward to continuing to work with our City leaders in working toward a better future for the City of Anaheim. I would like to thank and congratulate Ms. Barnes and Mr. Diaz for their outstanding campaigns and I look forward to working with them as we move forward. To my team of campaign supporters – words can’t express my gratitude for your tireless work and your boundless energy and I will be forever grateful for your friendship. Most importantly, I have to thank my wonderful wife, Angie, for without her unwavering support, positivity and encouragement, none of this would have been possible. Finally, thank you to the residents of District-1….it has been a distinct pleasure to have met so many of you and I am looking forward to working together with you as we move Anaheim and District-1 forward.
My genuine desire is to serve our community and expand the opportunities to really work with the residents and businesses of District 1 and the City of Anaheim to develop relationships that we can use to bring about positive change for our community.
As a long term resident of 20 years, I'm ready to step up and fight for our district.
I am running on a platform of service, accessibility, transparency and a commitment to working with the residents of our community to be responsive to their needs and to be a vocal advocate for District 1.
As your councilmember, I want to hear your voice! See who else is supporting me.
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