Monthly Archives: July 2012

Costa Mesa: Final Council Vote Tonight on Righeimer Charter Initiative

Tonight is the last chance that the residents of Costa Mesa will have to speak out on the topic of Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer’s city charter initiative before the Council votes to place it on the ballot again. There is little, if any, doubt that the council majority led by Righeimer will continue their foolish pursuit of unlimited political power. But…

Benavides Issues Press Release on Mayoral Bid

We’ve received an official press release on Santa Ana Council member David Benavides candidacy for Mayor. You can read it below: Santa Ana Councilmember David Benavides announces candidacy for Mayor; thanks incumbent Mayor for over 25 years at City Hall. Santa Ana, CA (July 30, 2012) – “Santa Ana is ready to once again be…

Benavides will Challenge Pulido for Mayor in Santa Ana

A tipster sent us this YouTube video this morning and it appears Santa Ana Council member David Benavides will challenge Miguel Pulido this fall for Mayor. Benavides won the most votes in the 2010 election for City Council in which he ran unopposed. To see the YouTube video, click here. Benavides has a safe seat…

California Democratic Party Takes Positions on Ballot Initiatives

This weekend delegates to the Executive Board of the California Democratic Party met in Anaheim, in part, to determine party positions on the November 6th General Election ballot initiatives. Our own John Hanna, a Rancho Community College District Trustee, co-chairs the Resolutions Committee which guides the decision-making process on party resolutions and state-wide ballot measures.

Redacted: County Releases Drakodaidis Complaint Letter

On Friday Afternoon, Orange County officials released a redacted version of the complaint letter filed by the attorney representing Deputy CEO Alisa Drakodaidis. The letter is the subject of a public records lawsuit filed on behalf of the Voice of OC by attorneys from Californian’s Aware earlier this month demanding the release of the letter.

100 Days to Keep America Moving Forward

When you become involved in the election process in your community, you get the opportunity to meet new friends and share your stories with your neighbors. It’s exciting to share why you support President Barack Obama and why it is so important to our future that the policies and vision of the Obama administration continue to move us FORWARD.