Chris Prevatt

Democratic Party OC Endorses Tom Umberg

This Just In… FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 27, 2006  DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF ORANGE COUNTY ENDORSES TOM UMBERG FOR SUPERVISOR  Contact: Mike Levin, Executive Director, (714) 835-2122, mike@ocdemocrats.net  Former Assemblyman Tom Umberg has won the endorsement of the Democratic Party of Orange County in the race to replace State Senator Lou Correa as Orange County Supervisor. …

Claudia Chicken’s Out!

Apparently, Santa Ana Councilwoman Claudia Alvarez showed up, signatures and money in hand and hanged her mind onnce it was clear that Umberg was in the Supervisor race. Although it could have been Benny Diaz that scared her away. At any rate, it looks like we have 3 Dems and 7 Republicans in the race.…

SPLASH! Umberg Jumps In.

Former 69th Assemblyman Tom Umberg has pulled papers and is in the 1st District Supervisor contest to replace his former opponent in the 34th Senate primary election, Senator Lou Correa. Umberg’s entry into the race sets up a rematch with Santa Ana Councilwoman Claudia Alvarez, who lost to Umberg in the 2004 primary for Assembly. Also,…

The sky fell… on his head!

  This great letter to the editor in today’s OC Register describes my thoughts quite well.  The voters of the 2nd district, in their infinite wisdom, chose this guy to be one of the five Supervisors running our county.  Folks, the sky really is falling and the guy who claims to have predicted the largest…

The Empire Strikes Out

I’ve finally found the time to update everyone on the status of the Bloggergate Saga. After more than a month of exhaustive investigation, the lynch mob from the Health Care Agency found exactly what they knew when they started their wild goose chase. I did not blog from work! Since they could not find any…

An ACLU Christmas Story

An Overdue Visit ‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the nation Friends of Freedom knew it was a special occasion. Lady Liberty stood taller just off the shore Her torch shining brighter than a few weeks before. But it wasn’t the flame turning her cheeks all rosy It was thoughts of Snowe, Feingold…