Tag Archive for 34th State Senate

I’m mad as hell!!!

In the Democratic Primary of 2004 the vote between Tom Umberg and Claudia Alvarez was separated by 365 votes when everything was counted.  I knew then that every vote had counted.  With all precincts reporting, probably with the exclusion of the paper ballots cast, 13 votes separate Lou Correa and Lynn Daucher in the 34th Senate…

Lou is still in it?

It doesn’t look impossible for Lou Correa right now.  He’s sitting about 500 votes away from Daucher, with another 30 precincts to go. I’m guessing we’ll all be waiting on the provisionals to be counted.

Something to read before going to the polls

R. Scott Moxley just posted at The OC Weekly’s Blotter a very direct piece titled “2006 WORST OC Candidate: Lynn Daucher.” Yes, Lou has made a few progressive votes and happens to be widely respected by Republicans. But he’s never portrayed himself as anything other than a centrist politician. Never has he shamelessly used homophobia…

By the way, there’s an election on Tuesday

While on a national level I am excited about the prospect of Democratic Party majorities in the House and possibly the Senate, I find myself rather unenthused about this year’s election, at least in California.  In the Governor’s race, I am disappointed that our nominee has not been able to effectively capitalize on the failings…

Lynn Daucher: Carpetbagger

We received a very concise and well-written piece of mail from the Lou Correa campaign yesterday. The mailer points out that Daucher has three homes and none of them are in the 34th State Senate District. It also claims that Daucher has opened a new Senate account and is taking money to run in 2008…

Disappointment

I’m pretty disappointed to see that the Californians United PAC is funding Otto Bade mailers. The story unfolded yesterday on the Total Buzz Blog, and was written about in the Los Angeles Times this morning. Orange County Democrats were in a good place…we’ve taken the moral high ground on a lot of issues lately. Republican…