Kris Murray for Supervisor - District 3
I have spent the last decade fighting for the people of Orange County.
Since becoming an Anaheim City Council Member in 2010, I have worked relentlessly to defend taxpayers, reduce crime, support neighborhoods, and improve employment rates. My goal as an elected official has always been to better the lives of the people I represent.
I am proud of what I have accomplished as an Anaheim Councilwoman, and I am eager to continue this mission at a higher level.
As a County Supervisor, I will protect taxpayers throughout Orange County, who are the backbone of our community. I believe it is my responsibility to fight for them and to support common sense public policy that improves the quality of life for all county residents.
I know that many people, myself included, have chosen to raise families in Orange County, so I will make it a priority to improve public safety and community services ensuring an even brighter future for our children. I will also focus on improving the economy, housing and transportation, and reducing regulations, making Orange County an easier place to succeed and raise a family – and have our children one day live, work and raise their families in Orange County.
I understand the needs of county residents and I am passionate about helping this community, but I cannot do it without you. Together, we can make a positive and lasting difference.
ANAHEIM – Anaheim City Councilwoman Kris Murray today announced her bid to represent the residents of the Third District on the Orange County Board of Supervisors with a commitment to safe communities, a strong economy...
SPENCER CUSTODIO, Voice of OC U.S. District Judge David O. Carter has called a federal court conference for Saturday morning to discuss the county’s imminent plans for moving hundreds of Santa Ana riverbed homeless people...
The Anaheim City Council Tuesday night unanimously approved a series of policies aimed at guiding the city’s long-term approach to homelessness, an action that comes as Orange County officials are clearing more than 500 homeless...