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City of Santa AnaCandidate for City Council, Ward 2

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Alfonso Ceja-Villa

Affordable Housing Coordinator
7,475 votes (13.9%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Creation of more housing especially for low and moderate income individual and families
  • Combat the high rising homelessness rate in the community
  • Increase and strengthen the tax base and thus ensure available fuding for our schools k-12



Profession:Affordable Housing & Homeless Coordinator
Affordable Housing Coordinator, Veteran Homeless Services (Non-Profit) (2014–current)


Chapman University Political Science, City Governance (2017)

Community Activities

Chairman, Veteran & Military Families Collaborative OC Housing Committee (2017–current)


For the past 6 years, Alfonso Ceja-Villa has been working with the housing issues as well as the high rise of Veteran homelessness in Orange County. Alfonso has been assisting several organizations and departments to integrate and create a system to count for all Veteran who are homeless as well to ensure they are connected to a service provider. At the same time, he has been working in lobbying for more housing bills that could create the needed housing supply.  He sits on several committees that advocate for Veteran homelessness and housing opportunities for them as well.

Who supports this candidate?

Organizations (1)

  • Veteran & Military Families Collaborative

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

I believe that a sensible, common sense of governance is what's needed now a days to resolve real community issues and concerns. These view of governance extends to policy making which will address the issues at hand. And to some extent, these view on governance also extend to fiscal responsibility and priorities. Nowadays cities and municipalities are needed to be more transparent than before with their residents and to show them the facts, good or bad, as to what the city could prioritize and needs to prioritize.

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