GLENDALE—Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Krekorian has endorsed Zareh Sinanyan for Glendale City Council.
Krekorian, a former California State Assembly Member representing California’s 43rd District, which includes Glendale, is a strong supporter of Sinanyan and understands the challenges facing Glendale.
“Zareh’s record as a Parks Commissioner and Chairperson of the CDBG has shown me he has the instincts to lead,” said Krekorian. “I am confident Zareh will fight to make Glendale safer, healthier, and more business-friendly. He has my support and I’m confident Zareh will serve Glendale with distinction and honor.”
Thus far, Sinanyan has been building an impressive coalition of supporters that includes a host of elected officials, community leaders, and local organizations. Krekorian’s endorsement signifies the growing sentiment that Sinanyan has the appropriate backing necessary to gain a seat on the City Council.
“Councilmember Krekorian and I have a shared vision for governing that includes an emphasis on government transparency, environmental stewardship, and public safety,” said Sinanyan. “That is why Councilmember Krekorian’s support is both humbling and a reminder of the values I hope to bring to Glendale’s highest office.”
The Glendale Municipal Elections will be held Tuesday, April 2. Sinanyan, two incumbents, and host of others will be vying for three seats on the Glendale City Council.