Saturday, February 29, 2020

La MIrada News Briefs Feb 29, 2020:

Otero adds endorsements as Election Day nears

La Mirada City Council District 5 candidate Anthony Otero has received the endorsement of John Ojeisekhoba, the Chief of the Biola University Campus Safety unit.

Chief Ojeisekhoba is considered to be an expert in the campus policing community across the country and has received a number of awards and honors for his achievements.  

Biola officers have and full peace officer status while on duty by way of a standing agreement with the Sheriff's Department which outlines the scope of their duties and training officers must possess.

Otero announced also announced on Friday that he has received the endorsement of Public Safety Commission member Narcis Brasov.

Election Notes

Biola University's Chimes newspaper has taken an interest in local council district races and has published the responses to just two questions that were sent to each candidate.

The questions were a) What qualifies you to become a city councilmember? and b) How will you impact the Biola community?

The responses from five of the seven candidates that responded can be found on the Chimes website

Noel Jaimes, also a candidate for the District 5 seat was on hand last Saturday at La Mirada Library which opened one of the early Vote Centers that morning and where KFI 640 AM was giving away prizes and doing live cut-in to mark the occasion.
From Instagram/John Accornero

In District 3 challenger John Accornero a real estate agent is conceding nothing yet and was seen earlier in the week at La Mirada Blvd. and Rosecrans Av. actively campaigning.  Accornero is seeking to upset incumbent Ed Eng who is looking for a second term.

Courtesy a LMNews reader

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