The news release is below:
Jordan Brandman Files Candidacy Papers for Anaheim City Council-
Ready to Lead Anaheim Forward
(Anaheim) – Anaheim Union High School District Trustee Jordan Brandman has filed candidacy papers for Anaheim City Council. Brandman is a homeowner and small business owner who understands the connection between strong city leadership, property values and economic growth. He is a proven fiscal conservative that will provide leadership and clear priorities to secure Anaheim’s finances & neighborhoods, create jobs and work for a better future for all residents.
During his time on the school board, academic standards improved, graduation rates increased and Oxford Academy is the number one school in California. While Chairman of the Anaheim Public Utilities Board, Anaheim has delivered clean water, undergrounded powerlines, renovated reservoirs and advanced renewable technologies – keeping rates Orange County’s most affordable. His priorities are creating jobs, fighting crime & eliminating gangs, maintaining world-class police & fire departments and ensuring neighborhoods, parks & libraries are safe and well maintained.
Brandman continues to build a broad coalition that will keep Anaheim moving in the right direction. It includes:
Anaheim Police Officers Political Action Committee (APO PAC)
Anaheim Firefighters’ Association
Anaheim Neighborhood Association
Mayor Pro Tem Harry Sidhu
Councilmembers Gail Eastman & Kris Murray
Former Mayors Tom Daly and Curt Pringle
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez
Senator Lou Correa
Assemblyman Jose Solorio
Anaheim Chamber of Commerce PAC
Support Our Anaheim Resort PAC
Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building & Construction Trades Council
Orange County Business Council
Orange County Professional Firefighters Association
Orange County Taxpayers Association PAC
and many other community leaders.
“We are one Anaheim and need to move forward to make our city greater still,” said Jordan Brandman. Let’s make our city an even better place to live, work and raise a family.”
The election for two open Anaheim City Council seats will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. For more information please visit Jordan Brandman’s campaign website, jordanbrandman.com.