It is time tackle Orange County's homelessness and street drug problem once and for all.

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Our classrooms are the breeding ground for Orange County’s future leaders and neighbors. Our kids deserve a safe and effective learning environment, where they are taught the skills they will need to prosper in tomorrow’s economy.

Lucille Kring is also active in many local organizations including: Anaheim Beautiful, Anaheim Regional Medical Center, Anaheim Family YMCA, Cops 4 Kids and the Orange County Vector Control District.


Due to disastrously short-sighted policies like Propositions 47 & 57, our neighborhoods are now stuck in a cyclical crime surge. Each day homelessness and street crimes help fuel street drug addiction and each day our beautiful communities pay the price of Sacramento’s soft-on-crime mistakes.
We must get serious and come together as a community to fix this problem. In my first 100 days in office, I will assemble a community coalition focused on tackling this problem. Anyone or group that wants to constructively tackle the problem and put local families first deserves a voice at the table, but we must never allow an urge to be politically correct to stand in the way of keeping our communities safe.

Lucille Kring was re-elected to the Anaheim City Council in November 2016, representing District 4 in south Anaheim.

From December 2015 to December 2016, Kring served as mayor pro tem on the Council for the second consecutive year. She previously served as an Anaheim City Council Member from 1998 to 2002 and 2006 to 2010.

A graduate of Western State University College of Law with a law degree, Kring practices in the fields of labor, employment and real estate law.



Kring for Supervisor 2018
P.O. Box 8904
Anaheim, CA 92812