PRESS RELEASE: The California Republican Assembly Endorses Mayor Tim Shaw For 4th District OC Supervisor
DATE: March 19, 2018
(Orange County, California) Mayor Tim Shaw’s campaign for 4th District Orange County Supervisor got more good news with the endorsement of the California Republican Assembly.
This increases Mayor Shaw’s momentum after the endorsement of the Republican Party of Orange County. Over two-thirds of the delegates to the California Republican Assembly endorsed Mayor Shaw after hearing him address the delegation. This is an overwhelming victory for the Shaw campaign and places him as the clear front-runner in this race. With this latest endorsement Mayor Shaw can rely on more volunteers and improved fund raising to add to his already robust campaign. The California Republican Assembly is often referred to as the “conscience” of the Republican Party and is California’s oldest and most influential Republican organization.
After the vote of the delegates Mayor Shaw stated that “I am very gratified to have received the endorsement of such a prestigious organization as the CRA. The CRA is made up of volunteers that believe in conservative values and strive to make those values a reality, and as the next Orange County Supervisor I will endeavor to make that happen.”
Mayor Tim Shaw is Mayor of La Habra, and has served on the La Habra City Council since 2008, winning election overwhelmingly in 2012 and 2016. Mayor Shaw also serves the County as Vice Chairman of the Board for Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and as a Board Member for the Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD) as well as being a Member of the Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS) Steering Committee. Tim Shaw and his wife Shannon and their six sons have lived 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.