LOS ANGELES – The Armenian Council of America-Political Action Committee (ACA-PAC) is pleased to endorse Carolyn Ramsay for the Los Angeles City Council District Four (CD4) seat.

The decades of involvement within Council District 4 as a resident, community activist, as well as civil servant, is what separates Carolyn Ramsay from her opponent. ACA-PAC believes that she is the most qualified candidate to represent the mosaic of communities that makes up CD4.

As a civil servant, Ms. Ramsay has the knowledge and practice to make city institutions work better for residents and small business owners, to make our communities safer and more livable, and to improve our local economy with good jobs. It is this experience on the front lines, holding City Hall accountable to the residents of CD4, which makes her the most qualified to be its next Councilmember.

Thus, it is our belief, that Ms. Ramsay’s dedication, professional experience and community involvement will be a tremendous addition to strengthening the Los Angeles City Council and we urge all constituents to vote for Carolyn Ramsay in the May 19th runoff election.

In response to a letter of support to Ms. Ramsay, she stated: “I’m grateful for the endorsement and look forward to working with the Armenian Council of America.”

Los Angeles City Council District 4 spans from Sherman Oaks, east to Los Feliz and south to the Miracle Mile, and contains an array of neighborhoods known for containing large numbers of Armenian Americans.

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