Suzanne has consistently voted to:

KEEP our MBFD local and ADD FF/paramedics

FUND and grow our MBPD

STRENGTHEN MB small businesses

RECALL George Gascon

SECURE our schools and students

FIGHT high-density housing

CONTINUE robust homelessness services 

BLOCK retail pot shops

SPEND taxpayer $ as carefully as my own

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Hello, Neighbors –

My name is Suzanne Hadley and I am running for RE-election to Manhattan Beach City Council. The election is November 8, 2022. I've proudly represented you since I first won office in 2019. I served as MB mayor in 2020-2021. I'm asking for your vote once again this November.

We have a great community that engages in local elections. Our city helped lead the county in voter turnout in June 2022 when I helped defeat the expensive, ill-conceived $1,100 parcel tax. I know we'll have a lively election season this fall as well. I need YOU to get involved, donate, volunteer, and VOTE. We need to protect the MB we love.

A little about me: Our family has lived in Manhattan Beach since 1996. My husband David and I just celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary. Our four children have all attended Manhattan Beach public schools from elementary through Mira Costa. We love living in MB. If re-elected, I will continue to work on council to keep MB safe and special for you and your family.

Our non-partisan MB city council is not a stepping stone for me to higher office. I do not favor any political party. I listen and respond to all my constituents.  Learn more about my focus on local issues.

I hope I can meet you at an upcoming event. I want to hear your thoughts on what makes MB a great place to live  – and what will make it even better, safer, stronger.

Please support my campaign. And don't forget to vote on or before November 8!

Warmly,

Suzanne Hadley

Councilmember

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