District 5 Candidate Forum Tonight, September 21, At The Jagerhaus Restaurant

The Anaheim Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a candidate forum this evening at the Jagherhuas Restaurant. The public is invited to attend.

Here is a map of District 5:

District 5 map

There are four candidates running:

  • Steve Faessel
  • Sandra Angel
  • Donna Acevedo-Nelson
  • Mark Lopez

The details:

WHEN:     Wednesday, September 21
6:45 – 8:30 p.m.

WHERE:  Jagerhaus Restaurant
2525 E. Ball Road, Anaheim

 

6 comments

  1. I thought all of the candidates did well. I like Steve but think he might be too much of,an,insider with the old guard. Can he be truely independent? I feel for Donna and the loss of,her son but tend to believe the police were justified.sorry. Mark Lopez seems like the best choice still.

    • “I thought all of the candidates did well.”

      That’s an interesting comment, considering all the candidates weren’t there. Steve Faessel and Sandra Angel came. Donna Acevedo-Nelson back out two days before. And Mark Lopez blew it off entirely.

    • I would have to disagree that Steve is too much of an insider. He has spent most of his adult life volunteering for Anaheim and being civic minded. His motivation is pure. Lopez has spent most of his adult life working in politics. If anyone is an insider, it’s Lopez. Steve truly and deeply cares about Anaheim and will always side with what he thinks is best for the city and its residents Just my two cents.

  2. The Mayor has been actually to the right of the Disney/ developer/ police union candidates. His integrity sets apart from typical politicians and so it should be commended when he works across the isle like this. Even though he disagrees with Dr. Moreno Arturo Ferreras on many issues they they all agree that investing in our city should be prioritized over investing in more profits for those who buy influence through Pringle and associates.

    • “Even though he disagrees with Dr. Moreno Arturo Ferreras on many issues…”

      Question for you: are you in the habit of voting for candidates with whom you disagree on “many issues”? Where is the integrity in trying to elect candidates with whom one fundamentally disagrees? Where is the integrity in a conservative trying to elect a couple of leftists, who will – if they win — be in office long after Tom has departed from office. Is this integrity we are witnessing – or is it a politician subsuming principles in the pursuit of short-term political goals?

      I think the right way to advance one’s political and policy beliefs is to support candidates with whom one agrees on many issues.

      “…they they all agree that investing in our city should be prioritized over investing in more profits…”

      Ah yes – those evil “profits” all the progressives like to rail against at Anaheim City Council meetings. Dr. Iglesias, I assume that over the course of a year, you aim for your income to exceed your expenses? Guess what – you’re “prioritizing profit”! Profit you can invest in savings, retirement, home improvement, education for your children, a vacation.

      Profit ought to be a priority. It’s profits that enable businesses to expand and provide jobs. It is altogether proper for city government to foster economic development – after all, THAT is what generates the revenue for all the services your are talking about.

      “…for those who buy influence through Pringle and associates.”

      And that is just lazy, stupid humbug.

    • Tait & Associates pays employees with $ ripped off taxpayers!

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