CA-42: New Labor Endorsements & New Campaign Office for Ed Chau

Here’s a special update I just got from the Ed Chau for Congress campaign. It really looks like Chau’s making great progress with a new campaign office and new endorsements. Check out what the campaign just sent me.

Democrat Ed Chau Opens North Orange County Office in Brea and Secures Endorsements from Organized Labor

BREA, California The Ed Chau for U.S. Congress campaign proudly announces the opening of its first Orange County Office.

“We chose Brea because it gets us closer to Orange County voters while still remaining near the other parts of the district. I’m also looking forward to opening a South Orange County office after the June 3rd primary”, said candidate Ed Chau.

This campaign office will serve as the base of operations for teams of both paid and unpaid volunteers canvassing efforts. In addition, Chau has stated that it is his hope that the office will serve as the base of other Democratic campaigns which overlap with Brea. He noted that already, candidates for the Democratic Party of Orange Countys Central Committee will be using the office for their voter outreach efforts.

In other news, the campaign proudly announces its endorsement by the California Labor Federation. Art Pulaski, Executive Secretary Treasurer of the organization, wrote that Unions representing over 2 million members from throughout California were on hand during the endorsement process. The campaign welcomes the support of organized labor.

Ed Chau is a highly qualified Democratic candidate for Congress who will fight for ethics and integrity in the U.S. Congress. For more information, please visit his web site at

  3 comments for “CA-42: New Labor Endorsements & New Campaign Office for Ed Chau

  1. April 19, 2008 at 5:49 pm

    Does this new campaign office have an ADDRESS? Or office hours?

  2. Andrew Davey
    April 19, 2008 at 6:05 pm


    Come on now. That’s really beneath you. Ron Shepston’s a good guy, a great Democrat, and someone who will make a fantastic member of Congress. And for the record, Ron has plenty of local support. No matter whether Ed Chau or Ron Shepston wins the June primary, we’ll be proud of our CA-42 Democrat come November.


    I don’t know where exactly Ed’s office is. I suggest you contact the campaign at to ask them where it is. I’m sure they’d appreciate the extra help. 🙂

  3. Dan Chmielewski
    April 19, 2008 at 9:06 pm

    Guy and fellows readers — I pulled a comment to this string because it attributed quotes to a candidate for Congress not made by the candidate. I consider the quotes libelous and I will not tolerate this site to be used in such a manner. Guy, grow up. That sort of stunt is what we see from candidates and their campaigns who are trailing badly. Do it again, and suffer the consequences/Dan C.

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