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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

City of AntiochCandidate for City Council

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Frederick Rouse

Program Manager
2,754 votes (5.58%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Reduction in Crime on the City of Antioch
  • Reduction in Blight on the City of Antioch
  • Economic Development for the City of Antioch

Political Beliefs

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Safer and Cleaner Streets, Balanced Budget, Accountability, Integrity, Caring yet Strong and Dedicated. These are the qualities of leaders. I will dedicate 100% of my time to the Antioch City Council. It is not a part time position for me. Let's save our City. Let's turn around our City. Let's make Antioch a place where people want to come to live, work, play and stay. I do not need endorsement from the current power. I need to represent to the Citizens of Antioch and their needs. Not the needs of the old ways. We can fix this together.

I am running for the Antioch City Council because I will listen to you. I will work for your needs. I will lend my experience with large corporate budgets and programs to improve the way Antioch manages the budget. Antioch can change for the better if we have leaders that better serve the people.
Our properties are not maintained and crime rates are high. We have a homeless problem and we need jobs and new business. Antioch needs more police officers and wants smart business growth and parks. Antioch needs to give our youth afterschool programs. I want the voters to know that I hear them. I know we all believe in change for the better, reduced crime, and a cleaner community. If elected, I commit to the voters that these issues will be my top priorities. 
Leaders of our City have let us down. People have lost trust and feel they are not listened to and not included in decisions. We must remind our leaders that they are Public Servants. Their job is to work for the community. 
I came to this city with my wife 20 years ago because it was affordable, safe, growing and somewhat near my employment. I want that back. I think you do too. The first step begins with changing the board. If we can agree to do that, we can begin the rebirth of our City and restore what we have lost. Please join me in November. I ask for your vote.

Thank you.

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