For Immediate Release
April 2, 2015
Steve Glazer secures several endorsements from
current and former Livermore elected officials
Livermore, CA—Candidate for State Senate Steve Glazer announced today that he has secured endorsements from several current and former Livermore elected officials including Councilmembers Bob Woerner, Steven Spedowfski, former Mayor John Shirley and former Councilembers Jeff Williams and Doug Horner.
“I am honored to have the support of so many community leaders in Livermore,” said Glazer. “These leaders are working hard to keep Livermore an outstanding place to live and raise a family and it means a great deal to me to have their endorsements.”
“Steve believes that elected officials and candidates should not make private promises to special interests. He posts his positions on issues on his website for all to see. This is an important fulfillment of his pledge for openness and transparency,” said former Livermore Councilmember Jeff Williams. “Steve’s concern for the environment and demonstrated integrity are why I support his election to the State Senate. Steve’s work with Trust for Public Land demonstrates his commitment to preserving open space and natural lands.”
Recently Glazer called on his opponent to join him in pledging to curb special interest powers by refusing to accept gifts, meals and drinks from groups influencing the lawmaking process; a ban on accepting campaign contributions during times when most laws are passed; and a commitment to publicly release secret candidate questionnaires. To date, his opponent has not taken the pledge or made her answers on questionnaires available to the public.
Glazer currently serves as the Mayor of Orinda and a Trustee of the California State University 23-campus system. During his tenure on the Orinda City Council, Glazer has helped balance budgets while making improvements to schools, libraries and roads.
State Senate District 7 includes the communities of Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin and Sunol.
The general will be held Tuesday, May 19.
For more information please visit www.GlazerForSenate.com.