IRVINE, CA - This morning, the Orange County Register published its support and endorsement of Anthony Kuo for Irvine City Council.
The Register's announcement comes on the heels of both the Irvine City News and Irvine Weekly's endorsement of Kuo.
The Register's Editorial Board this morning published:
Irvine is one of the largest and most prosperous cities in Orange County. It consistently rates at the top of those best-in-the-nation surveys from sites like WalletHub, which this year ranked Irvine No. 2 in the nation for best places to raise a family.
[Kuo's] priorities are public safety, parks, and open space, supporting our schools, as well as traffic and infrastructure. We're confident Kuo understands Irvine and is well placed to move the city forward. We endorse Anthony Kuo for Irvine City Council.
In addition to the Orange County Register, Irvine City News, and Irvine Weekly, Kuo has been endorsed by the Orange County Taxpayers Association, over four dozen current and former elected officials in Southern California, and nearly twenty current and former Irvine commissioners.
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Anthony Kuo was raised in Irvine and attended Irvine's public schools. He has served as an Irvine Commissioner for nearly eight years, during which time he has led efforts to ensure the responsible and efficient delivery of roads, parks, childcare, and infrastructure for families and neighborhoods. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors of the Irvine Children's Fund and the Irvine Junior Games, and is a proud graduate of Irvine's Community Police Academy.