Anaheim city council member Lorri Galloway made it official today’ she’s in the race for 4th District Supervisor to replace termed-out Chris Norby.Â Galloway brings tremendous energy, ideas and enthusiasm to the race.Â She joins Rose Espinoza as an officially announced candidate and the expectation is former Anaheim Mayor Tom Daly is going to run as well.Â Â What’s particular positive about this race is there are three talented and exceptional Democratic candidates running in the heart of traditionally Red (Orange) County.Â There was a time, Democrats struggled to field one candidate.Â
This is an interesting race for the bloggers here at TheLiberalOC; each candidate has support of different bloggers here.
Here’s Galloway’s announcement:
Lorri Galloway Announces Campaign Kick-Off Fundraiser for 4th District Supervisor Race
Anaheim, CA, September 14, 2009
On Wednesday September 16th, Anaheim City Council member Lorri Galloway announces her campaign run for Orange County Board of Supervisors 4th District seat.Â
Galloway will be a candidate to replace termed out Supervisor Chris Norby to represent the 4th District on the County Board. Â ”It’s time to bring strong leadership and true representation of the 4th District to the County Board of Supervisors,” Galloway replied when asked for her perspective on the status of the race.
The kick-off event entitled Dancing in the Streets is scheduled to start September 16th at 6pm at 195 Downtown Grill located on 195 W. Center Street Promenade in Anaheim. It will include live entertainment on the north corner of Lemon St. & Center St. at the Promenade in downtown Anaheim as a dance floor for her guests. “My announcements are always unforgettable…with live music and dancing in the streets of Anaheim, you won’t want to miss it,” Galloway explained as she spoke with her supporters.
With Galloway’s successes at the city level, appeal from local working families and strong support from community leaders, the race for 4th District Supervisor will be the most exciting race to watch in Orange County politics.