District 3: Mitch Caldwell Campaign Kick-Off Fundraiser On May 3

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From the Mitch Caldwell for City Council campaign:

Recently, I wrote to confirm that I am running for the Anaheim City Council, District 3 seat in this year’s election on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Today, I write to say that I need your support.

On Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 6:00 P.M., I invite you to my home as I kick-off my campaign— and I hope to see you there.

Mitch Caldwell

Mitch Caldwell

Since moving to the City of Anaheim over 50 years ago, the quality of life, the opportunity the city offers and, more importantly, the people and sense of community are what have made Anaheim home for so long.

Whether through the Anaheim Neighborhood Association, the Planning Commission, the City Charter Review Committee, the efforts for city preservation or the neighborhood councils, my friends and neighbors have become family— a family that shares in a passion of service and for maintaining a level of integrity in the City of Anaheim.

With your support, I look forward to taking my years of service in the city to the next level as your Councilman.

Please RSVP below or contact my campaign fundraiser Erika Morales at Erika@TheVineStrategy.com or call / text at (310) 505-2619. Thank you, in advance, for your attention and support.

I look forward to seeing you next Thursday, May 3rd!

My Best,


  1. Who is running in District 3? My vote will go to the best person (or anyone) opposing Jose Moreno.

    • Long-time Anaheim resident Mitch Caldwell is running in District 3. Mitch is a businessman, an advocate for the community who served as president of the Anaheim Neighborhood Association until just recently. He brings experience with city government from many years of service on the Anaheim Planning Commission. His priority will be doing what is best for District 3 and all of Anaheim, not building a political machine to push a left-wing political agenda.

  2. Mitch Caldwell voted against the people with the developements on Orange and Cerritos. Still if he opposes Jose Moreno I hope he wins, as anyone is better. Hopefully he will listen to the people he serves, all of them.

  3. I agree anyone other than Moreno. I heard Mitch Caldwell speak about his future plans. The plans were reasonable would benefit the city as whole and are not left wing progressive foolishness.

  4. Jose Moreno has ignored the desires of our neighborhood. Pleas to rid our corner of the unwanted skate park have fallen on deaf ears. I am ready for a representative who listens to his voting constituents, not the pressure tactics of a few special interests.

  5. Anaheim Resident

    Marsha what skate park are you referring to? I am interested because the Palm Lane skate park in Distrcit 4 has led to open drug dealing/taking and various other crimes. It has been a burden on the neighborhood. Of course Moreno went to the meetings (not in his district) and spoke in defense of the skate park. He went against the three schools and police who all agree it should not be in this specific park because it gives ciminals too many escape outlets for the individuals hanging out at the skatepark, is dangerous and sets a bad example for the school kids nearby.

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