FULLERTON, CA—Mayor Jennifer Fitzgerald has accepted the endorsement of the North Orange County Chamber of Commerce (NOCCC). NOCCC, Formerly the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce, represents over 1,000 businesses and their 10,000+ employees in Fullerton and nearby cities.
“Ensuring that our regional economy is the best that it can be is the most important factor when deciding who to vote for in November”, said Emily France, Chair of the Board for the North Orange County Chamber.” Our city councils and state officials are the catalysts to guarantee that our businesses are in an environment where they can thrive. Candidates endorsed offer a variety of experiences that will help keep the region on a positive trajectory.”
Jennifer Fitzgerald was first elected to the Fullerton City Council in November 2012. In her first term, Jennifer oversaw the passage of a balanced budget and was a leader in the effort to reduce unfunded pension liability. She works along with the Economic Development Commission and the City’s Economic Development Action Team to understand the needs to businesses interested in starting or re-locating to Fullerton. Her experience as a Past Chair on the NOCCC Board of Directors helps her to navigate the diverse needs of employers and employees. One of Jennifer’s continuing priorities is to bring more businesses and jobs to Fullerton.
Jennifer is running for re-election to be a strong voice for Fullerton. Not many big cities feel like small towns, but Fullerton does. She will preserve our community’s character and strengthen it for future generations.