//ADDITIONAL INFO / / / brown.1116.jah .shot 111610 JEBB HARRIS THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER At a press conference Tuesday, November 16, 2010, Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas, State Senator Lou Correa, Tustin Police Chief Scott Jordan and Santa Ana Police Chief Paul Walters called attention to the impending release of violent convicted sex offender Lawrence Brown. Brown who was convicted of kidnapping and violently molesting two girls in 1983, is expected to be released Wednesday in Tustin, Irvine or Santa Ana.

Today, Support Our Anaheim Resort (S.O.A.R.) PAC, which represents the interests of the Anaheim Resort including the Disneyland Resort, has endorsed former State Senator Lou Correa for U.S. Congress, 46th District.  Raised in Anaheim, Correa is a proven, dedicated leader committed to serving the residents of Anaheim and the Anaheim Resort District.

“S.O.A.R. PAC strongly supports the candidacy of Lou Correa for Congress,” said Jill Kanzler, Executive Director of SOAR.  “Lou understands firsthand the importance the Anaheim Resort District plays in giving back to the community by creating jobs and tax revenue for the residents of Anaheim, Orange County and the entire Southern California region.”

California’s 46th Congressional District includes the residents of Anaheim, Santa Ana, Orange, and Garden Grove.  Previously, Lou Correa worked tirelessly to represent these communities as a State Senator, State Assemblyman and Orange County Supervisor.  As a product of Anaheim, Correa also understands the importance of the Anaheim Resort District and and the generation of jobs and tax revenue to invest in the neighborhoods of Anaheim and city services.  Throughout his career, Correa has been a steadfast ally in supporting initiatives and policies benefiting the Anaheim Resort District.

“A S.O.A.R. endorsement is a testament to Lou’s leadership and experience. We look forward to partnering with Lou Correa on a national stage to showcase and support Anaheim and the Anaheim Resort District,” said Kanzler.