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City Council Candidate Statement: Richard Murphy

Each Los Alamitos City Council candidate's statement will appear on the November ballot.

Editor's note: Patch is publishing one candidate statement each day. This is the statement voters will see on the ballot in November. Order of publication is determined by the order in which candidate names will appear on the ballot.

Statements have not been altered.

I first moved to Los Alamitos in1964. I lived here until 1977, returned several times, and have been back permanently since 1997. I graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a degree in accounting, passing the CPA exam in 1978. In my career I have been licensed as a CPA and a real estate broker. 

My financial background provides a unique and practical perspective on managing budgets and city finances. When elected I will work to insure that the interests of all residents and business owners are first priority in all decisions and that our tax dollars are spent wisely. 

I have been an active participant in the city government for about 5 years and am a recent Traffic Commission appointee. I feel that working to solve our traffic problems is a top priority.

I desire to strengthen the practices that have brought our City stability in the areas of finance and public safety. A strong police force and a balanced budget are very important to me. 

I seek your vote because it is important that we have a strong independent voice to represent the residents of Los Alamitos.

I ask for your vote

Richard Murphy

To read the other three candidate's statements, scroll through the following list and click their names. 

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