Galloway for Mayor Office Opens

Lorri Galloway (right) and friend at 2009 Truman Dinner (c) 2009, TheLiberalOC.com

Lorri Galloway (right) and friend at 2009 Truman Dinner (c) 2009, TheLiberalOC.com

Lorri Galloway has opened her Anaheim Mayoral Campaign office at 201 Center Street in Anaheim.  If the address looks familiar, it’s the former location for the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce.

Galloway will host a Kick-Off Rally at the new Campaign Headquarters, Thursday, March 20th from 6PM to 8PM.

With Republicans Tom Tait and Lucille Kring locked in a duel on Main Street, Galloway’s grassroots approach seeks to bridge the gap for voters not interested in the drama the two siting Council members are engaged in.  For Galloway, it’s about reminding Anaheim voters of her record and talking about the future as she seeks to become the first woman mayor in Anaheim’s history.

From the Galloway for Mayor website:

It’s time for our city to come together and elect a Mayor who not only can unify and build consensus, but a mayor who can inspire. We need a Mayor who can identify with the people in Anaheim Hills, but whose heart and work is deeply entrenched with the people in the flatlands. We need a Mayor with a heart of service and a love for people that trumps any desire for power, money, or influence. A mayor who understands how fortunate our city is to have one of the world’s greatest resort areas, a treasure that we must recognize and support. We need a Mayor whose mixed heritage aligns with the amazing diversity of our city from the East Hills to the West End. One whose prior leadership has shown that it can stand in the face of adversity and will choose to stand for those who can barely walk. However, more than anything else, we need a Mayor who is faithful, fair and worthy of your trust.

Your support would mean the world to me. With your support, we can improve the three key areas that matter most to our entire community: creating a business friendly environment and welcoming new business to Anaheim, committing to our neighborhoods, and collaborating to improve our city’s recreational areas.