Dignity PAC has dropped the following hit piece on Michele Martinez, running for State Assembly in the 69th District. The mailer points out her shifting and conflicting influences, raising the question; Who’s going to succeed in buying her vote if she’s elected?
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On Sunday afternoon, a volunteer walking a precinct for the Orange County Labor Federation’s Dignity PAC on behalf of candidate Julio Perez was chased down and pushed to the ground by supporters of Councilwoman Michele Martinez. The volunteer received minor injuries and was forced to stop walking that precinct.
Campaign reports filed yesterday in the 69th Assembly district race for the period between January 1st through March 17th give Labor activist Julio Perez a lead of about $17,633 in fundraising over his closest challenger. For the last filing period, Perez raised $68,070.84. His closest competitor, Santa Ana Council member Michele Martinez, raised $50,438.04 according to her report…
In the Fourth District Supervisor contest to fill the unexpired term of recently elected Assemblyman Chris Norby, we have a full field of six candidates, three Republicans, and three Democrats in this technically non-partisan contest. On the Democratic side we have Anaheim City Councilwoman Lorri Galloway, La Habra City Councilwoman Rose Espinoza, and Buena Park Mayor Art Brown. On the Republican side there is Fullerton City Councilman Shawn Nelson, Anaheim City Councilman Harry Sidhu, and Businessman Richard Faher.