The Armenian Council of America – PAC is proud to endorse Mitch O’Farrell for Los Angeles City Council District 13. Mr. O’Farrell has been a devoted public servant for many years in the district which encompasses a large Armenian-American constituency.

During his decade of service to L.A.’s District 13 on behalf of Councilmember Eric Garcetti, O’Farrell became a familiar household name to many residents and community groups, who praised him for his dedication and hard work; including helping restore the blighted sections of the district, and listening to the concerns of the entire community.

His dedication to improving the lives of everyone in the community equally is what separates him from other candidates and his commitment to continuously reach out to the large Armenian constituency within CD 13 is clear, as he is the only candidate in the race with a campaign Web site in the Armenian language.

“Having the endorsement of the ACA PAC is a great honor for me. I have deep respect for this organization and the services and support they provide for Armenian communities throughout the Los Angeles area.” O’Farrell said. “I stand with the ACA in solidarity and service to make all our communities stronger, safer, and more vibrant.”

CD 13 has seen many improvements over the last decade, but much remains to be done. O’Farrell is the best candidate positioned to ensure that this vibrant area continues to prosper, and that the city tackles the economic challenges that affect the entire community. We are certain O’Farrell’s leadership will continue to improve CD 13, which includes the community of Little Armenia, and look forward to working with him in the near future. All Armenian-Americans in CD 13 should vote for O’Farrell who will undoubtedly represent the best interests of not only our community, but the entire community. CD 13 includes the neighborhoods of Little Armenia, East Hollywood, Atwater Village, Glassell Park, Silverlake, and Echo Park.

The Armenian Council of America is dedicated to educating the Armenian-American community in local political affairs, as well as actively pursuing Armenian-American participation in their respective local governments, to support political candidates who share the values of the Armenian American community.

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