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SEIU-USWW Choose Walter Muneton for School Board

Garden Grove, Calif. – The SEIU-United Service Workers West has endorsed Walter Muneton for Garden Grove School Board, Trustee Area 3.

SEIU United Service Workers West represents more than 40,000 janitors, security officers, airport service workers, and other property service workers across California.

“The SEIU-USWW is proud and pleased to endorse Walter Muneton for Garden Grove School Board, Trustee Area 3,” said Marisol Rivera, USWW Vice President. “As a lifelong resident of his community he has the passion needed to advocate on behalf of working families.”

“Receiving the endorsement of SEIU-USWW serves as a testament of how our campaign is resonating with the community,” said Walter. “I promise I will fight hard to ensure all of our families have a say in the decision making process.”

Walter was born and raised in Garden Grove, and is a product of Garden Grove Unified School District after having graduated from Santiago High School. For the past 5 years, Walter has been working as a youth mentor, case manager, and Director at the Boys and Girls Club of Garden Grove, providing access to critical health, diversion, and education programs to students and their families.

He serves as a member of the Garden Grove Neighborhood Improvement and Conservation Commission as he works on projects to enhance and beautify his community. Walter also serves a committee member for the Garden Grove School District’s measure A bond, ensuring tax payer funds are being utilized in a transparent manner.

Walter lives with his wife, Yesenia, in Garden Grove. They both attended all the schools that pertain to Garden Grove’s School Board Trustee Area 3, which covers portions of Garden Grove and Santa Ana.

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