John Leos has announced he will again be seeking a seat on the Anaheim City Council this November. Mr. Leos is a lifelong Anaheim resident, an activist for local lobby reform and a champion for community causes affecting schools, parks and libraries. He is also a member of the Measure B Bond Budget Oversight Committee.
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The City of Anaheim, under the direction of Mayor Tom Tait has embarked on a systematic campaign to outsource as many city jobs as it can. From parks to libraries, Tait wants to sell off city services to the lowest bidder. The result will be for profit companies making big bucks off of the taxpayers of Anaheim while delivering limited and lower quality services.
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ORANGE â€” On Saturday morning more than 350 Orange County labor union members walked precincts all across Orange County to support endorsed candidates of the Orange County Labor Federation. These volunteers reached out to thousands of fellow union members in…
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â€œAt the end of the day, we all want a community we are proud to call home. When it comes to keeping our neighborhoods safe and clean, thereâ€™s no one more than John that I trust to do the job,â€ stated retired State Senator Joe Dunn whose former district included the City of Anaheim.
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State Assemblyman Jose Solorio has endorsed Anaheim City Council candidate John Leos for this Novemberâ€™s election. Assemblyman Solorio has served the 69th Assembly District since 2006. He has previously served as a council member for the city of Santa Ana.
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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.
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John Leos spoke of how his father’s hard work as a cement mason made it possible for him live in a good neighborhood and attend fine Anaheim schools, which in turn nurtured his desire to serve his country and community. His unique perspective, being 4th generation American through his great-grandparents, and 1st generation through his parents, and his work and experience in resolving issues at the county level, gives him, he said, an appreciation of the need to work with both sides of the aisle to effectively resolve issues and avoid gridlock.