Long Beach, CA – Today, Long Beach Councilmembers Daryl Supernaw and Stacy Mungo announced their endorsement of City Councilwoman Suzie Price for Long Beach City Mayor.
“I gladly endorse Suzie Price to be our next Mayor of Long Beach. Suzie has achieved incredible work during her time on City Council,” says Supernaw. “She is an independent thinker who works diligently to address resident concerns while pushing forward smart policies to keep the City moving in the right direction. We both value public safety, clean streets, and economic stability as representatives, and it has been an honor to work alongside her on the Long Beach City Council.”
Councilman Daryl Supernaw, who represents the Fourth District of the City of Long Beach, focuses on issues such as public safety, airport noise ordinance compliance, clean streets, economic stability and jobs. Supernaw was born and raised in Long Beach, and has developed a versatile career as a business and marketing consultant, working in a broad range of industries from port-related logistics to hospitality. He is the founder of the Atherton Corridor Neighborhood Association, and has worked closely with the Sterns Park Neighborhood Association as an advocate during the Schroeder Hall Police Substation project. Supernaw previously served on the 4th District Budget Advisory Committee and is the current chair of the Sustainable City Commission.
“I am proud to endorse my Council colleague Suzie Price to be the next Mayor of Long Beach,” says Mungo. “Throughout our time on the Long Beach City Council, we have collaborated on many policy initiatives to promote a safer Long Beach community and a city that uplifts business owners. I have seen her work meticulously and prudently on the Budget Oversight Committee, committing herself to work within the City’s means and ensure the City’s budget is equitable for all City departments. As a fellow mom and City leader, I believe Suzie will take the City of Long Beach to new heights as our next Mayor.”
Councilwoman Stacy Mungo has represented the Fifth District of the City of Long Beach since she was elected in 2014, committing her time in office to developing policy initiatives to promote business and foster a stronger Long Beach community for all constituents. Mungo currently works for the County of Los Angeles, and has held leadership positions in the Chief Executive Office, the Department of Human Resources, the Department of Animal Care and Control, the Assessor’s Office, and the Fire Department. In the Long Beach community, she previously served as the president of the El Dorado Park Neighborhood Association and continues to lead in various non-profits such as the American Society for Public Administration, Junior Chamber, Junior League, Rotary Club, and YMCA.
“I am proud to have the support of Councilmembers Supernaw and Mungo,” says Price. “Over the years, we have worked to develop inclusive citywide policies that meet the core needs and expectations of residents in every community. Together, we have emphasized the importance of fiscal responsibility as a core value for the future health of our city.”
Mom, Councilwoman, Small Business Owner, and Prosecutor, Suzie Price is running for Mayor to get Long Beach back to basics, with a competent and functional City Government focused on improving the quality of life for its residents. Elected in 2014 and re-elected in 2018, Price was the first Democrat elected to Council District 3 in 42 years. On the City Council, Suzie has worked across district lines to focus on homelssenss, public safety, street repair, infrastructure investment, improving and expanding our green spaces, and ensuring Long Beach remains a place where you can afford to buy a home and start a business. Suzie and her husband Mark, a military veteran, have lived in Long Beach for 20 years where they are raising their two boys.
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