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City of AnaheimCandidate for City Council, Ward 3

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Jose F. Moreno

Councilmember/University Professor
5,905 votes (54.1%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Implementing real solutions to end homelessness by restoring the integrity of parks, neighborhoods and public spaces and restoring the dignity of homeless individuals through appropriate shelters and services
  • Assuring fiscal health of our city by diversifying our local economy which is currently overly dependent tourism bed tax; ending corporate tax subsidies and cronyism; investing in small business supports
  • Improving quality of life through comprehensive public safety that includes law enforcement in youth/neighborhood development; addressing affordable housing and high rents; fixing roads, sidewalks, and converting to LED street lights



Profession:University Professor at CSU Long Beach
Professor, California State University, Long Beach (2004–current)
Councilmember, District 3, Anaheim City Council — Elected position (2016–current)
Board Member, Anaheim City School District — Elected position (2006–2014)


UC Irvine & Harvard University B.A. from UC Irvine; M.Ed. and Ed.D. from Harvard University, B.A. Social Ecology (Criminology & Human Behavior; M.Ed. & Ed.D. in Administration, Planning and Social Policy (2000)

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