PRESS RELEASE: Mayor Tim Shaw Endorsed By A Majority Of The Orange County Board Of Supervisors
DATE: April 10, 2018
(Orange County, California) With the endorsement of Orange County Supervisor Lisa Bartlett, Mayor Tim Shaw has a majority of the Board of Supervisors endorsing his campaign. Orange County Supervisors Andrew Do and Michelle Steel have also endorsed Tim Shaw for Supervisor. Having a majority of Supervisors as well as a majority of Mayors and Councilmembers in the 4th District has accelerated the momentum for Mayor Shaw in his campaign to become the next 4th District Supervisor.
“I have known Tim for several years, and being the OCTA Chair with Tim as Vice-Chair has given us the opportunity to develop a good working relationship. I know Tim is a hard worker and believes strongly in protecting taxpayer dollars. He is a man of integrity and honesty and we need him on the Board of Supervisors,” stated Supervisor Bartlett about Tim Shaw when giving her endorsement.
“I am very grateful to have received Supervisor Bartlett’s endorsement. I enjoy working with her on the Orange County Transportation Authority Board of Directors, and look forward to working with her as a Colleague on the Board of Supervisors.”
Tim Shaw is currently Mayor of La Habra, and has served on the La Habra City Council since 2008, winning elections easily in 2008, 2012 and 2016. Mayor Shaw also serves the County as Vice Chair of the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), and he serves on the Board of Directors of the Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD). Mayor Shaw also serves on the Steering Committee of the Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS). Tim Shaw has lived with his wife Shannon and their six sons in La Habra for the past 13 years.
Mayor Pro Tem Tim Shaw works as the Director of Government Affairs for the Pacific West Association of REALTORS, as well as being an Adjunct Professor of American Government for 12 years. Married to Shannon, Tim is the proud father of five sons. Tim also attended local public schools in the Fourth District, where he and Shannon chose to raise their family.