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For Immediate Release
Date: April 4, 2016
Contact: Al Jabbar –

(Anaheim) Dr. Jose F. Moreno has announced his candidacy for the Anaheim City Council District 3 in the city’s first ever elections by district to be held November 8, 2016.

A long-time resident of Anaheim’s District 3, Dr. Moreno previously served as a member of the Anaheim City School District Board of Education from 2006-2014. An active parent and community volunteer in our schools, Dr. Moreno has continued his tireless advocacy for children, families and neighborhoods through various community-based organizations in Anaheim.

“I am excited to announce my candidacy for the Anaheim City Council representing District 3.” Moreno stated. “I believe Anaheim’s blessings are its people and its resources. Our neighborhoods and our families are what set this City apart. I’m running because I want to bring honesty, integrity and transparency to City Hall.”

“As a school board member for almost a decade, despite millions in state cutbacks, I had a track record of working effectively with people across the city and the political spectrum to improve our school system and create opportunities for our children and families. As City Councilman, I will continue those efforts to make Anaheim a world-class city for tourists, composed of world-class neighborhoods for our residents.”

“I want our children to grow up in a greater, better Anaheim,” Moreno concluded. “We can, and we will, work together to help everyone thrive!”

To learn more about Dr. Jose F. Moreno visit please visit our webpage.

Please join us at our Campaign Kickoff Event
April 30, 2016
4:00pm – 7:00pm

To RSVP and for further details email us at:

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