The Coalition of Santa Monica City Employees PAC on Monday announced its picks for the three vacant seats for the Santa Monica City Council election on Nov. 4.
The Coalition is endorsing incumbents Pam O’Connor and Kevin McKeown and former Mayor Michael Feinstein.
“These candidates are the best choices for Santa Monica, not simply because of their established record on issues that the community cares about, but also because their vision for Santa Monica includes our members as an integral part,” said Lauralee Asch, Coalition President.
The Coalition of Santa Monica Employees PAC conducted a multi-step endorsement process, including a questionnaire and in-person interviews.
The Coalition PAC represents more than 1,600 city employees organized into 10 separate associations and unions.
The Coalition is comprised of non-sworn employees in all City departments, including: Public Works, Community & Cultural Services, Human Resources, Planning & Community Development, Police Department, Housing & Economic Development, Rent Control, Library, City Attorney’s Office, Finance, Information Systems, Fire and Big Blue Bus.
City employees provide valuable services to residents, businesses and visitors of Santa Monica on a daily basis.