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Bao Nguyen (second from left) urges his Garden Grove Unified School District Colleagues to withdraw the district's participation in the 2013 Tet Parade if the decision to exclude the LGBT coalition is not reversed. (Photo: Jeff Le Tourneau)

From the Correra for Congress campaign: Atrocious Living Conditions, Mental and Sexual Abuse, and Wrongful Deaths Associated with the GEO Group Santa Ana, CA – Following newspaper reports by the Orange County Register, former State Senator Lou Correa slams Congressional candidate Bao Nguyen for inviting disgraced jail operator GEO Group into Garden Grove. On June 23…

L.A./Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council Endorses Kim Bernice Nguyen for Garden Grove City Council District 6


  Garden Grove, Calif. – The Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and Construction Trades Council have endorsed Kim Nguyen for Garden Grove City Council, District 6.  This organization represents 48 local unions and district councils in 14 Trades. Membership in these unions totals more than 140,000 skilled men and women. The Los Angeles/Orange Counties Building and…

Newman gets State Senate Endorsements for SD-29


Fullerton, CA – A half-dozen State Senators announced their endorsements of Josh Newman’s campaign to represent California’s 29th Senate District. The list of upper-house legislators includes Senators Jim Beall, Ed Hernandez, Ricardo Lara, Connie Leyva, Tony Mendoza, and Bob Wieckowski. In announcing their endorsements, Senator Ed Hernandez, whose district borders the seat Newman is seeking,…

Register will Move to Anaheim in 2017

OC Register Headquarters

After 111 years, the Register will move its headquarters and editorial offices to Anaheim, just south of Angels Stadium off the 57 freeway.  The paper will continue to be published in Santa Ana but will eventually be printed at the chain’s press based in Riverside County. Here’s some details from the Register itself: “The Register’s…

DPOC Central Committee-Elect Vong Nguyen Re-registers as Republican for Coast Community College Seat

Vong Nguyen

There was no election for DPOC Central Committee members in AD-72 last June; six seats open and only six candidates running, so one of those elected/appointed was Vong Nguyen, who is also a candidate for a seat on the Coast Community College Board. Last week, citing poor support from Democrats for his race, Nguyen re-registered…