IRVINE, CA - The Orange County Register endorsed incumbent Councilwoman Christina Shea and Commissioner Anthony Kuo for Irvine City Council today.
In doing so, the Register stated, in part:
Irvine is one of the finest places to live in the world. It’s safe; it has tremendous schools; it has picturesque greenery and park space; and a vibrant business community that in many ways is the epicenter of economic activity in Orange County. As such, the council needs strong leaders that understand both what makes the city so special and what it needs to get even better.
There are two open seats on the Irvine council this year as longtime Irvine Councilwoman Beth Krom is retiring from the council. To fill the second seat on the Irvine City Council we recommend Planning Commissioner Anthony Kuo. There are numerous smart and vibrant candidates running this year, but Kuo embodies many of the admirable characteristics of Councilwoman Shea. And it says a lot about him that Shea is supporting his candidacy.
Having served on the Irvine Planning Commission, Kuo also keenly understands the issues of growth and community development, and how to responsibly manage those while at the same time steward the city’s resources.
Irvine deserves thoughtful leaders who understand the community. Vote for Christina Shea and Anthony Kuo for Irvine City Council.
Click here to read the full endorsement article from the Orange County Register.