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A Closer Look at Dunn’s State Bar Lawsuit

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  Comments in the blogs and statements by people who claim close ties with particular campaigns often lead to stories.  This is one of them. I’m sharing a comment from Democratic “activist” Paul Lucas on the Orange Juice blog from May 24 and portions of a deleted comment from “Henry Lipton” sent to TheLiberalOC on…

Jerry Brown endorses Hillary Clinton for President

Governor Jerry Brown Keynotes 17th Annual Truman Dinner in Irvine - Photo: Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register (click Image for more photos)

California governor Jerry Brown has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president a week before the June 7 California primary. Here’s his letter: On Tuesday, June 7, I have decided to cast my vote for Hillary Clinton because I believe this is the only path forward to win the presidency and stop the dangerous candidacy of Donald…

Joe Dunn Backed by Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

Former Senator Joe Dunn

Santa Ana, Calif. — The Brady Campaign Against Gun Violence has endorsed Joe Dunn for California’s 46th Congressional District, announced the Dunn campaign. “Every day, we fight to reduce the gun violence that takes so many innocent lives. Californians who have had enough need Joe Dunn in Congress,” said Mary Leigh Blek president emeritus of…

FPPC TO INVESTIGATE SUPERVISOR ANDREW DO FOR USING FUNDS SOLICITED FROM A BUDDHIST TEMPLE FOR CAMPAIGN PURPOSES

Supervisor Andrew Do partying

  GARDEN GROVE – California Fair Political Practices Commission Enforcement Division Spokesperson Chloe Hackert confirmed today that the State’s Ethics Committee would investigate a new complaint against County Supervisor Andrew Do. The complaint which was filed by Do’s opponent Garden Grove City Councilmember Phat Bui, accuses Do of violation of the California General Code Section…

Will Portola High Testing Cost IUSD Measure E Votes?

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Measure E, a significant bond measure aimed at shoring up older schools in Irvine, is on the ballot for June 7.  During the Great Recession and California’s budget crisis from 10 years ago, money for needed repairs just wasn’t there and Irvine’s current State Assembly and State Senate team have already told the city’s education…