ANAHEIM, CA – (August 31, 2010) – State Senator Lou Correa has endorsed John Leos for Anaheim City Council. Currently serving the 34th District and seeking re-election this November, Senator Correa has served previously on the Orange County Board of Supervisors and as a state assemblyman.
Senator Correa is a tireless opponent of graffiti, blight, and the gang element it attracts and nurtures. About Mr. Leos, he says, I have worked with John to cut down on gang activity and eliminate graffiti in Anaheim, he is a proven leader for public safety.
During a recent gathering at Anaheims Pearson Park, Senator Correa pointed out the significance of having lived in Anaheim all his life, setting down deep roots, and the invaluable knowledge and insight that comes from knowing the city and its residents in such a deep way. He noted that this is true also about John Leos, in attendance, whose family first became residents in Anaheim over 90 years ago.
John Leos, although not a bureaucrat or business-as-usual politician, is the city council candidate who has real-world experience with pension reform. His vision for Anaheim includes providing taxpayers with transparency and accountabilityby auditing management ranks. If the voters in November honor him with a seat on the council, he will work to preserve and protect essential city services. He will also make sure residents know and see results of their hard-earned tax dollars being spent in Anaheim. Additionally, he will not compromise essential public services that jeopardize families and neighborhoods.
To learn more about John Leos, please explore his website: www.JohnLeos.com