Focus on Garden Grove City Council Candidates: Tony Flores

Andrew Do, who serves as O.C. Supervisor Janet Nguyen’s Chief of Staff, is the Republican favorite to win a seat on the Garden Grove City Council.  But community activist Tony Flores wants to remind the voters that he too is a Republican – and he has long roots in Garden Grove, while there are quite a few claims floating around that Do is a carpetbagger from Santa Ana.

So what is Flores all about?

According to his website, Flores’ platform includes:

  • Promote the formation and creation of districts, under general law, in Garden Grove for enhanced representation, accountability and accessibility to a council-member for the people.
  • Redevelopment Reform in Garden Grove through Sacramento to secure pass through dollars for schools, public safety and infrastructure.
  • Initiate and promote plan to build a multi-sports complex instead of a theme park to help fill present and new hotels with a new shopping, restaurant and entertainment center to generate revenues to provide and maintain the services required by Garden Grove.

Flores is a Federal Claims Administrator.  He is also a former police officer.  You can read the rest of his bio at this link.

The other candidates for the Garden Grove City Council include Robin Marcario, Tram Linh Ho, Trung Nguyen, and Paul Lucas, as well as an incumbent who was appointed, Steve Jones.  Jones and Nguyen are also Republicans.  The rest of the candidates are Democrats.  You can read more about these candidates at this link.

You may email Flores at this link.


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