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Lorri is running for mayor to support all the people in the city of Anaheim. Support the work to make it happen here.
Build Transparency & Trust at City Hall: Promote open, fair, and respectful communication between city council, residents, and businesses.
Prioritize maximum staffing levels of police and firefighter personnel. Adopt successful strategies to promote relationships and dialogue between law enforcement and residents.
Lorri Galloway is the founder and Executive Director of the Eli Home for Abused Children, a Presidential Citation-winning nonprofit that has provided housing, counseling, and support services to homeless victims of child abuse and domestic violence for over 39 years.
City Council of Anaheim from 2004 to 2012
Mayor Pro Tem of the Anaheim.
Director of Orange County Transportation Authority from 2010 to 2012
Director of Orange County TCA, Transportation Corridor Agencies from 2006 to 2010
Join Our Movement!
Lorri was first elected to the Anaheim City Council in 2004 and re-elected in 2008, and remains the ONLY Democratic woman to serve there. During her two terms on the council, Lorri served as Mayor Pro Tem and Director of the Orange County Transportation Authority. She left office in 2012 due to term limits.
Having a reputation of being a political moderate, she understands that building consensus is the gateway to effective leadership. Lorri has been a passionate voice for working families in Anaheim, as well as an advocate for creating and sustaining strong economic opportunities for businesses, both large and small.
Successfully Providing the Best Solution in City Council for 8 years
Develop pro-active programs that deal with root causes of homelessness which are drug/alcohol addiction and mental illness with the intention of assisting those who struggle to obtain permanent housing. Advocate for access to medical detox and intensive outpatient help.
Promote incentives to help businesses affected by the pandemic, such as tax-free holidays and free programs to help with start-up and marketing.
Create first-time buyer incentives and tax credits for all levels of affordable housing.
Encourage development and growth of resort area businesses which generate more than 50% of Anaheim's general fund.