John Moorlach announced the endorsement of a coalition of dozens of Second District leaders as the community is consolidating support behind his candidacy. The massive outpouring of support is a sign of confidence in his leadership to solve the challenges Orange County is facing.
“I’m humbled by the confidence leaders from around the Second District have placed in me to serve on the Board of Supervisors again. Working collaboratively with these leaders on a local level, we will deliver results for the constituents we serve.” said Moorlach.
The long list of endorsers include:
Councilman and Former Mayor Art Brown
Councilman Don Harper, Former Mayors Sandy Genis, Jim Righeimer, Steve Mensinger, Eric Bever, Gary Monahan and Mesa Water District Director Jim Atkinson
Mayor Jon Peat, Former Councilmembers Tim Keenan, Leroy Mills and Mike McGill
Former Mayors Larry Crandall, Steve Nagel, Ben Nielson, Roger Stanton and School Board Trustee President Sandra Crandall and Trustee Jim Cuneen
City Attorney Michael Gates, Mayor Pro Tem Tito Ortiz, Councilman and Former Mayor Erik Peterson, Former Mayors Matthew Harper, Lyn Semeta, Dave Sullivan, and Tom Mays, Former Councilmen Devin Dwyer and Patrick Brendan and Former School Board Trustee Brian Rechsteiner
Former Councilmen Troy Edgar and Dean Grose and School District Trustee Diana Hill
Mayor Brad Avery, Former Mayors and Current Councilmembers Will O’Neill and Diane Dixon, Former Mayors Evelyn Hart, Keith Curry and Rush Hill
Rossmoor Community Services District Directors Dr. Jeffrey Barke and Tony DeMarco
Councilman Thomas Moore, Former Mayor Patty Campbell, Former Councilmembers Ellery Deaton, Mike Levitt, Gary Miller and Paul Yost
Councilman and Former Mayor David Shawver
The significance of so many endorsements from local leaders is a strong sign that those who make decisions know Moorlach is the candidate to get things done. These leaders who have worked with Moorlach in the past are now signaling that his record of accomplishment is now needed again.
Moorlach has served the past six years in Sacramento as the Legislature’s only member who is trained as a CPA. Targeted with negative attacks by big government public employee unions, Moorlach is running to be a voice for taxpayers.
The special election for Orange County’s Second District Supervisorial seat will be held on March 9th. The special election will not proceed to a runoff. Instead the highest vote-getter is awarded the seat. For more information visit www.johnmoorlach.com.
This article was released by Moorlach for Supervisor.