In 2014 Newport Beach voted for change.
Four fiscally conservative councilmembers were elected to reform city hall’s overspending.
Voters saw the new $142 million city hall as a symbol of city government’s excessive spending of our taxes.
In 2016 two more fiscally conservative councilmembers were elected.
Government moves slow and change was uncomfortable for the old-guard that led us down the path of irresponsible spending.
In 2020 we have a chance to continue electing fiscal conservatives that will guide us through the impacts of COVID-19.
Volunteer Chairman, RESIDENTS FOR REFORM