Crime Survivors PAC Endorses Mike Carroll for Irvine City Council
IRVINE, California - Today, Mike Carroll announced that he has earned the support and endorsement of Crime Survivors PAC. Carroll is running for Irvine City Council in the November 3rd General Election.
Patricia Wenskunas, Chair of Crime Survivors PAC, issued a strong statement endorsing Carroll: "Current Vice Mayor of Irvine Mike Carroll is a determined and sharp-witted public servant who will fight for the continued safety of Irvine families and residents upon re-election. Carroll has made it very clear to me that he would not support cutting funding for his city’s Police Department or the overall budget for Public Safety which are the key elements in maintaining Irvine’s incredible accomplishment of being the safest city in America. I trust Mike Carroll as a great fit for Irvine City Council, especially considering his past leadership and recent endorsement by the Irvine Police Association! If you value public safety and crime reduction, vote for Mike Carroll for Irvine City Council."
"I’m so grateful for the endorsement of Crime Survivors PAC," said Carroll. "I look forward to working closely with Crime Survivors to promote the importance of public safety in our community help the victims of crime.”
Crime Survivors PAC's mission is to elect leaders to public office who will stand up to criminals and stand up for crime victims. The organization supports leaders who support putting the needs of survivors of crime first, including families who experience the consequences of a serious, dangerous, violent or sexual crime committed against their loved one.
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Mike Carroll (Vice Mayor, City of Irvine) is a devoted husband, parent of school age children, and Irvine small business owner. Prior to joining the City Council, Mike was Vice Chair of the Planning Commission and Chair of the Community Services Commission. He is an Irvine Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) member, a founding board member of the Orange County Rescue Mission medical clinic, and former President of the Vista Verde K-8 School Foundation.