Juan Miguel Munoz-Morris
My name is Juan Miguel Munoz-Morris and I am running for Morgan Hill City Council, District C. I am running to offer voters a second choice at the ballot; a better choice.
The main reason I am running, however, is just over five-months old and has a name: my daughter, Eva. I want to make sure she grows up in the best community.
Residents and businesses need help recovering from COVID-19; the city is adapting to new state emergency housing laws and must balance its budget and restore cut services. Residents want transparency and accountability.
I am confident in my ability to lead and work with our community, mayor, councilmembers, and city staff. I have served as planning commissioner for the last three years and stand proudly by my record. As a contracting professional for Santa Clara County Social Services Agency, I manage millions in public funds annually and understand the importance of a balanced budget.
Politics are often too much about talk and not enough about action. It is important to walk the talk and have one’s actions match their words. I have a clear, concrete plan on how to work to best serve Morgan Hill into the future, which includes:
- Regaining people’s trust in elected leaders through transparency and accountability.
- Leading the city’s economic recovery efforts in a fiscally sound way.
- Effectively manage growth and development and bring the right jobs to town. and
- Provide the safest, healthiest, and friendliest community possible where everyone feels welcome and can live freely.
Now more than ever, it is time for new, bold leaders that turn words into actions, and into votes, for the right policies.
This fall I hope I can earn your vote and prove to you that I offer more than words; I offer you a plan.
To learn more please visit www.JMforMorganHill.com Or find me on social media @JMforMorganHill.
Vote Juan Miguel Munoz-Morris for Morgan Hill City Council District C. Let’s get back to work!
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