More Galloway Mail

Two more mail drops for Lorri Galloway in the 4th Supervisor’s race. The first is from the Orange County Labor Federation and continues with the theme of Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!

The second piece is from Lorri’s campaigns that went out to seniors in the district.

  3 comments for “More Galloway Mail

  1. Union Member
    May 18, 2010 at 4:55 pm

    The Galloway camp and the Orange County Federation of Labor are doing a great job of staying focused and not getting caught up in the negative trash the Republicans are dishing out; it’s a breath of fresh air. Plus it’s hard to beat the ground campaign they both have; again great job.

    I am sure that the message from both will resonate well with voters, especially in the OC 4th district where unemployment is amongst the highest in the county. An agenda to create more jobs in this economy is a great move; the Republican candidates have nothing to offer other than the blame game. By the way, the Orange County Board of Supervisors is an all Republican board.

    Galloway can definitely win this, and the republicans are nervous. We liberals need to get behind her in anyway we can.

  2. Garcia
    May 19, 2010 at 4:10 pm

    The future does look bright if Lorri Galloway is elected. She has addressed two important issues that are important to me and other Anaheim constituents. First, creating good quality jobs is imperative to improve the shrinking middle class in Anaheim. Second, I am relieved to see that she is the only candidate who will protect senior services.

    Moreover, it is quite obvious that Lorri Galloway is committed to provide good paying jobs, and protect the well being of people. In other words, she will bring much prosperity and justice to her constituents. Thus, it is important to get her elected as the Fourth District Supervisor!

    Go Galloway!

    • Realist
      May 19, 2010 at 4:24 pm

      Creating jobs in any part of California is going to be difficult with the current business climate. You only need to go the report from two CSUS professors to have the proof. Seems that the regulations and laws for CA have negatively impacted our business climate to the tune of 500 Billion dollars per year. California has been voted the “worst state to do business” in over 10 seperate polls of business leaders.

      Companies expand elsewhere whenever possible and have been moving out of CA for several years now. Especially manufacturing companies who find better business environments in states like Texas. Rather than a promise of JOBS JOBS JOBS, I would rather see a concrete plan.

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