(Signal Hill) – Today Keir Jones, local small businessman and candidate for Signal Hill City Council, announced the endorsement of former Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe.
“Keir Jones has a strong vision for what Signal Hill can become,” said Knabe. “He is a small business owner and a community advocate. He understands what Signal Hill needs to thrive. I am proud to endorse Keir for Signal Hill City Council.”
Knabe served the people of Signal Hill as their representative on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors for 20 years.
“It is an honor to have the support of Supervisor Knabe,” said Jones. “He is a true leader who served our community with distinction.”
In addition to Knabe, Jones has earned the endorsements of Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell, Signal Hill Councilmembers Mike Noll and Larry Forester, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, Long Beach Vice Mayor Rex Richardson, the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, Equality California, Laborers Local 1309, the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters, and dozens of local community leaders, business leaders, and Signal Hill residents.
About Keir Jones
Keir Jones is running for City Council to ensure that Signal Hill lives up to its full potential. Keir is a business owner with an award winning State Farm Insurance agency and a passionate community volunteer. Recognized as one of “40 Under 40” by the Long Beach Post, he has also served on the board of the Legal Aid Foundation and as the President of the Long Beach Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce.
Keir grew up in San Clemente moving to Signal Hill after college and graduate school where he earned a degree in business, with an emphasis in accounting and marketing. He lives in the West Bluff-Skyline HOA with his husband, Thomas-Michael, and his schnauzer, Winston.
More information can be found at www.KeirJonesForCityCouncil.com.