Fair – Rational – Reasonable
During the 2018 Fall elections our city will be voting to fill available seats on the city council. Respect Orange has met with two non-incumbent candidates (the only two non-incumbents to date), Ms. Adrienne Gladson and Mr. Chip Monaco (click on the non-incumbent name to be directed to their website). Council member Kim Nichols is also running to keep her seat and we have not had the opportunity to sit down with Ms. Nichols as of yet.
Our meetings with each non-incumbent candidate were good and it gave us the opportunity to get to know them, hear their platform, and where they stand on the issues that are going to be driving Fall’s election; Chapman University projects, Sully-Miller site projects, and homelessness.
While we are looking forward to October’s candidates forum, we believe candidates should be fair, rational, and reasonable to properly tackle the complex issues that face our city.