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.

Kris Murray


2 days ago

Kris Murray For Supervisor

Our Anaheim PD family mourns with the Law Enforcement family across the nation at the 5 #lineofduty murders of peace officers between Friday, September 14th and yesterday, September 17th.

Officer Garrett Hull of the Fort Worth Police Department
died Friday morning, 9/14/18 after being shot in the head the previous night while he & the Criminal Intelligence Unit were arresting three suspects believed to be involved in more than 15 armed robberies in which 3 people were shot. Officer Hull, a 17 year veteran, was 40 years old & leaves behind his wife & 2 daughters. Three suspects are in custody charged with murder & multiple additional charges.

Corrections Officer Armando Gallegos of the CA Department of Corrections (CDCR), succumbed to injuries sustained in April after he was brutally attacked by 7 inmates at Kern Valley State Prison. Officer Gallegos served CDCR for 13 years & was 56 years of age. He is survived by his wife & extended family. Previously filed attempt homicide charges against the 7 inmates are being revised by the Kern County DA.

Chief of Police Frank McClelland, of the Ludowici Police Department (Georgia), was intentionally struck & killed by the suspect vehicle being pursued by police on Saturday, 9/15/18. Chief McClelland was attempting to stop traffic in the line of the pursuit when the suspect struck him, then left the roadway & fatally struck a civilian motorcyclist. Chief McClelland served the Ludowici PD for 15 years, the Liberty County Sheriff’s for 21 years & was a Vietnam War Air Force veteran. He is survived by his wife of 42 years, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren & siblings. The suspect has been charged with 2 counts of murder, vehicular homicide & DUI.

Deputy Robert Kunze of the Sedgwick County Sheriff
Sedgwick County Sheriff’s in Kansas, was shot & killed on Sunday, 9/16/18 while investigating a suspicious person call who was ultimately discovered to be in a stolen vehicle. Deputy Kunze served for 12 years and another 6 years prior at the Shawnee County Sheriff’s. An 18 year veteran, Deputy Kunze was 41 years of age & leaves behind his wife & child. The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene.

Deputy Mark Stasyuk of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department was shot & killed yesterday afternoon, 9/17/18, as he & another deputy responded to a disturbance at an auto parts store. The deputies were fired upon, without warning, as they arrived on scene killing 27 year old Deputy Stasyuk and wounding his partner, Deputy Julie Robertson. Deputy Stasyuk had served SCSD for just over 4 ½ years. The shooter was taken into custody & charges are pending.

We send our best wishes for a full recovery to Deputy Julie Robertson.
To our brothers who made the ultimate sacrifice to the communities they served, we honor that service. They will not be forgotten.
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