Brad Shore plans first two fundraisers for 9 District council campaign
2009-07-26 · By Editor
No matter where you live in Long Beach, drop by today, Sunday, July 26 from noon to 2:00 p.m.to meet 9th District Council candidate Brad Shore at his Campaign Kick-Off Party in Houghton Park.
Summertime means fresh grilled hot-dogs, salty chips and ice cold sodas! Come enjoy the free fun and meet the North Long Beach candidate for City Council. Now is the time to meet him and have your concerns and voices heard!
In an email last week, Brad Shore announced his candidacy for the 9th District Council seat saying he wants “to improve the quality-of-life in my district is my primary motivation in running for City Council.”
After becoming a homeowner in North Long Beach I soon became aware of a growing desire to move to a more desirable part of the city — this was due to blight, high crime rates, gang problems and having to drive several miles into another district to find a major chain grocery store. Rather than move on account of these issues, I’ve decided to stay, take a stand, and work on being part of the solution of improving our quality-of-life at the ‘Top Of The Town’. I look forward to listening to the residents of the 9th District and all the citizens of Long Beach — and make positive changes as your City Councilman. I feel fortunate to live in one of the most beautiful, diverse, Oceanside cities in the world and I am excited about the opportunity to help it thrive and grow.
Brad Shore graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelors degree in Education, and attained a Masters Degree in Counseling from the University of Dayton. He’s currently employed at St. Mary Medical Center in Long Beach as a psychotherapist in their ‘Passages’ Department (which specializes in treatment of the geriatric/senior population). In addition, he’s a 25-year employee of American Airlines and an APFA Union member where he worked in Flight Service, Sales, conducted numerous employee Critical Incident Debriefs (CID’s) in conjunction with the Employee Assistance Program, and was a founding member of the Employee Diversity Programs at American.
Brad Shore is on the Board of Directors of the North Long Beach ‘Community Action Group’, I am also involved with the North Long Beach Project Area Committee and Grant Neighborhood Association.
This afternoon from noon to 2:00 p.m. Brad Shore is hosting his first meet, greet and party in North Long Beach’s Houghton Park — right inside the park at 63rd and Atlantic Avenue.
Brad Shore will host a second fundraiser Sunday, August 2 during a Campaign Fundraiser Brunch at the home of Todd Turley, Sunday, August 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Suggested donation is $50, maximum of $350 per individual. Please RSVP via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.