Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Angel Arroyo, candidate for Lorain Council Ward 6
Political party: Democratic
Office sought: Lorain city councilman 6 Ward
Place of birth: Lorain, Ohio
Address: 1853 east 30th street
Length of residence in that community: 6 years in south lorain
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Occupation: Outreach worker
Employer: Cleveland peacemakers alliance
Elected office experience: N/a
Non-elected office experience: I have been the organizer of multiple natural disaster relief campaigns, leader of multiple missing person campaigns, I have been the originator of the three-tier missing person alert system that is on the desk of the Ohio Attorney General's office, have been working with missing people homeless community and gangs across the country, on the board of the cleveland chapter guardian angels
Education: Graduated from Southview high school class of 2002 attended Zion Bible college Barrington Rhode Island
Marital status: Married Amanda Arroyo
Cleveland guardian angels
Lorain County heroin community task force
Lorain national night out against crime committee
Lorain neighborhood watch
Should you be elected, what are three specific areas you’d like to change, address, improve or further research, and how specifically would you go about it?:
Whether for past accomplishments or future goals, why should voters elect you?
For the past 11 years I have been committed to the community locally, state wide and across the country. I have worked with at risk youth in major cities I have worked with community development in the city of Cleveland and I have worked with local politicians unchanging guidelines for missing people safety and bring a community businesses to multiple cities. With my work I have been able to meet with city councilman, Senators, Governors, nationwide TV shows and professional athletes. It's time that the people or the six words are properly represented and I feel with my experience in the community and the connection that I have with the people there voice will be heard in City Hall and I plan to bring City Hall's voice to the people of the six Ward.