Dear Residents:
I’m a Civil Engineer with more than 22 years of experience, in which, 15 years with the City of Newport Beach Public Works Department. I’ve been managing multi-million dollar capital improvement projects in both private and public sectors.
I’m a proud homeowner, residing in the City of Westminster since 2000.
I’m running for the City Council Member position to supplant the present council member who has been repeatedly being accused of corruption, nepotism, and favoritism.
The corruption and mismanagement have cost taxpayers millions of dollars in discrimination, retaliation and other lawsuit claims and litigation expenses.
At the January 8 City Council meeting, this council member call us - the recall proponents - that we bring terror to the City of Westminster and that we are terrorists. (Meeting Minutes:
This council member would not embrace a solid Code of Conduct for City Officials which condemns moral infringement like nepotism and maltreatment of public resources.
Instead of spending funds to fight homelessness, make housing more affordable or increase public safety, this council member voted to spend over half a million dollars over the span of three years on pay raises for her upper management employees.
Please visit the following website to learn more about the Recall and my qualifications:
- Website: (English, Vietnamese, Spanish and Chinese)
I’d be honored to have your vote; and please vote YES on RECALL.
Frank Tran, P.E.
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tel/Text: 714-248-5252

Biographical Highlights

  • Occupation: Licensed Civil Engineer
  • 1988 - Fled communist Vietnam for freedom
  • 1990 - Came to the U.S. with bare hands and no English
  • 1997 - Graduated from California Polytechnic University, Pomona (Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering)
  • Proud homeowner, residing in Westminster since 2000
  • 22 years of experience in overseeing capital improvement and development projects
  • 15 years of experience working with the City of Newport Beach Public Works Department


Top Priorities if Elected

  • Recruite and retain a qualified City Manager to fix the City’s budget problem.
  • Propose term limits and campaign contribution limits for council members to prevent corruption.
  • Advocate for greater integrity, transparency, and accountability to the people.
  • Work to cut bureaucratic red tape and attract new businesses to our City, providing jobs for our residents.
  • Prioritize public safety, attract new businesses, and help all Westminster families to achieve the American dream.
  • Work with our police force to keep crime down and provide a safe environment for our children to play.