Irvine's Police Back Anthony Kuo for Council
IRVINE, CA - Today, the Irvine Police Association announced their support and endorsement of Anthony Kuo for Irvine City Council.
"Keeping Irvine 'America's Safest City' is my top priority," Kuo said. "That designation has been earned in large part due to our Irvine Police Department's commitment to a strong partnership with the community," he added.
"Anthony Kuo is committed to keeping Irvine safe," said David Wills, Irvine Police Association President. Wills added, "He has demonstrated his support for the men and women of the Irvine Police Association time and time again. We're supporting Anthony, because we know that as a Councilman, he will work hand-in-hand with us to ensure the safety of our families and neighborhoods."
The Irvine Police Association joins over three dozen current and former elected officials in supporting Kuo's bid for the Irvine City Council. Their support echoes leaders in public safety like Irvine resident Patricia Wenskunas, CEO and Founder of Crime Survivors, Inc. and Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas.
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The Irvine Police Association represents the men and women of the Irvine Police Department. They are dedicated to the Irvine community and committed to quality service for all.
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.