Dan Chmielewski

Joe Dunn Continues Earning Strong Education Support in Race for Congress

Senator Joe Dunn (ret.)

Santa Ana, Calif. – The California School Employees Association (CSEA) is supporting Joe Dunn for California’s 46th Congressional District, announced the Dunn campaign. “Joe Dunn is a champion for our local schools,” said Ben Valdepeña, President of CSEA. “In Congress, Joe will fight for the educational support services that strengthen our classrooms and help students…

Our Blue County

(c) 2010 TheLiberalOC

Over the past month, we’ve let leaders in the Democratic Party know our anniversary is coming up.  And we’ve gotten a share of some wonderful notes.  There are still a few notes promised to me by various elected and candidates, so please send it along for inclusion with these very nice tributes. “Congratulations TheLiberalOC on…

We’re 10

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On this date in 2006, Mike Lawson hit “publish” on the first ever blog post for TheLiberalOC.  Imagine, Liberals behind the Orange Curtain speaking out.  The blog’s second ever post, regarding Tan Nguyen’s failed Congressional run against Loretta Sanchez, which ran the very next day is what put us on the Map. It’s been an amazing…

Californians Need More US Senate Debates

Loretta Sanchez, Kamala Harris, photo credit: LA Times

Reposted from Huffington Post with permission of the author:   There’s no doubt that the contest to replace outgoing California U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer is a sleeper. Far different from the hard-fought, rancorous warfare embraced by candidates in the 1992 primary election that Boxer ultimately won, the 2016 race to succeed her resembles the complete…

FPPC Investigating Do

Supervisor Andrew Do partying

A press release from Phat Bui for Supervisor: GARDEN GROVE — The California Fair Political Practices Commission announced today that it will investigate a complaint against Orange County First District Supervisor Andrew Do filed by his opponent Garden Grove City Councilmember Phat Bui. Bui’s complaint asked the FPPC to investigate a series of mass mailings…