"Having worked as a prosecutor across Los Angeles County, It is an honor to have had so many leaders from across the County support me to protect our taxpayers and their $1.1 trillion assessed property roll," said John Morris.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 29, 2014
Placing their trust in a law and justice leader who has worked for years as a prosecutor, the City of La Verne Police Officers Association has announced its backing Head Deputy District Attorney John Morris to be the next Assessor for the County of Los Angeles.
"For 24 years, it has been my honor to work with rank-and-file police like the members of the City of La Verne Police Officers Association," said John Morris. "As the next Assessor I look forward to continuing my efforts to protect taxpayers by fully implementing landmark protections like Proposition 13."
The City of La Verne Police Officers Association joins all 10 major newspapers in Los Angeles County which have unanimously endorsed Head Deputy District Attorney John Morris for Assessor.
"In case after case, media organizations have reviewed my plans for the office of Assessor and each time, they end up endorsing my candidacy," explained John Morris. "Having worked as a prosecutor across Los Angeles County, It is an honor to have had so many leaders from across the County support me to protect our taxpayers and their $1.1 trillion assessed property roll."
ABOUT JOHN MORRIS FOR LOS ANGELES COUNTY ASSESSOR
John Morris is a veteran 24 year prosecutor and currently a Head Deputy District Attorney for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. He is the only candidate for Assessor to hold a real estate license and be a published expert on real estate law. He and his wife, Mary, are raising their children in the San Fernando Valley where they are active in their local community and church. For more information go to http://morrisforassessor.com.
John Morris is endorsed by the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, Governor George Deukmejian (retired), the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles Daily News, the Los Angeles Register, the Pasadena Star-News, the Long Beach Press-Telegram, the Torrance Daily Breeze, the Whittier Daily News, the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, the Antelope Valley Press, Santa Clarita Valley Signal, Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley (retired), California Correctional Peace Officers Association, Los Angeles Police Chiefs Association, the Association of Deputy District Attorneys, the Glendale Association of Realtors and hundreds of community leaders to become the next Assessor for Los Angeles County.