In Anaheim, Tom Tait was elected Mayor after a hiatus from the city’s government. And while he had previously served on the City Council, he faces new challenges and new opportunities.
In a conversation with the Orange County Register, Tait answers questions about the kind of leader he is going to be.
From the Orange County Register:
After a long Election Night and little sleep, Tom Tait woke up Wednesday morning with the realization he’d just been elected – by an overwhelming margin – to lead the state’s 10th-most-populous city.
Serving as Anaheim mayor virtually guarantees a spot at the table on a number of regional boards. Outgoing Mayor Curt Pringle serves on the powerful Orange County Transportation Authority board and as chairman of the state’s High-Speed Rail Authority.
Tait captured 56 percent of the vote in a three-person race. His nearest competitor had 31 percent.
Read the full article here.