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Long Beach Council District 1 Community Leader Annie Greenfeld endorses Suzie Price for Mayor

Long Beach Council District 1 Community Leader Annie Greenfeld announced her endorsement of City Councilwoman Suzie Price for Long Beach City Mayor.

The endorsement comes on the heels of Price raising $170,000 in two weeks and receiving endorsements from Long Beach Unified School District Board Member Doug Otto, Long Beach Councilmembers Daryl Supernaw and Stacy Mungo, Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell, among others

“I am happy to endorse Councilwoman Suzie Price to be our next Mayor of Long Beach,” says Greenfeld. “As a small business owner, Suzie understands the importance of Business Improvement Districts and their contributions to the City, and has helped me incredibly with my work in the Long Beach Community. Suzie is dedicated to public service, and always gets things done with no excuses. She always puts her best foot forward for the residents of her District, and will do the same for the entire City. I am excited to see all she will accomplish as Mayor of Long Beach.”

Annie Greenfeld has 45 years of experience as a Legal Secretary and Paralegal in New Jersey, Arizona, and California. In 2005, Greenfeld became the Administrator and Executive Director of Magnolia Industrial Group, a Business Improvement District in the City of Long Beach. She is also a founding member of the South Wrigley Neighborhood Advisory Group, Chair of the Central Project Area Committee for the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency for 6 years, Co-founder of Better Balance for Long Beach, served as a Commissioner on the Long Beach Community Development Advisory Commission for 7 years.and served on the Board of Wrigley Association for 4 years, 2 of which as President. Annie has won various awards, including first place winner at NUSA, 2009 League of Women’s Voters award recipient runner-up for Making Democracy Work Award, and 2010 recipient of Peace-Maker Award from Dee Andrews, 6th District Councilman in the City of Long Beach.

“I am honored to have Annie’s endorsement,” says Price. “The Business Improvement Districts of our city are the heart of our diverse neighborhoods. The condition of these corridors, their economic viability, and the way the city treats them is critical to our continued progress. As a small business owner who has dedicated a full time staff member to serve as business liaison in my council office, I will commit to doing the same as the Mayor. This focused attention is key to the success of our city. Annie’s work on behalf of our local business corridors is not easy. As the Mayor of this great city, I will make sure all of our BID leaders have the day-to-day support they need to keep the corridors clean, inviting and ready to accept customers and new business investments.”

Mom, Councilwoman, Small Business Owner, and Prosecutor, Suzie Price is running for Mayor to get Long Beach back to basics, with a competent and functional City Government focused on improving the quality of life for its residents. Elected in 2014 and re-elected in 2018, Price was the first Democrat elected to Council District 3 in 42 years. On the City Council, Suzie has worked across district lines to focus on homelessness, public safety, street repair, infrastructure investment, improving and expanding our green spaces, and ensuring Long Beach remains a place where you can afford to buy a home and start a business. Suzie and her husband Mark, a military veteran, have lived in Long Beach for 20 years where they are raising their two boys.

This article was released by Suzie Price for Mayor 2022.