Tag Archive for Anaheim

Sharon Quirk Silva Withdraws Her Endorsement of Jordan Brandman for Congress

TheLiberalOC has confirmed that Sharon Quirk Silva, a candidate for AD-65, has withdrawn her endorsement of Jordan Brandman for CD-46.  Quirk-Silva and her campaign confirmed this via text message last night and the campaign has promised us a more detailed statement today. While Quirk-Silva’s reasons for the withdrawn endorsement are her own, it’s believed that she…

New Letters from Latino Groups on Anaheim Districting

TheLiberalOC has the latest letters sent to the Anaheim City Council on districting from MALDEF and LULAC.  The first letter is from LULAC; it’s a final version updated from a draft copy we received last night: Tom Tait, Mayor City of Anaheim City Hall 200 S Anaheim Boulevard Anaheim, CA 92805 Dear Mayor Tait and…

Anaheim Planning Commission Faces Contradiction in Rezoning Issue

The City of Anaheim’s Planning Commission will tonight consider an application for rezoning 1609 and 1615 Cerritos Avenue for multiple units per parcel.  An involved group of neighbors opposes this move and have gathered more than 500 signatures to stop this proposed rezoning. Per the neighborhood group, Cerritos was intended to be a quiet residential…

Sharon Quirk-Silva Issues Statement on Anaheim Districting Vote

QUIRK-SILVA: STATE INACTION ALLOWED ANAHEIM REDISTRICTING FIASCO   FULLERTON, CA—Classroom teacher and Assembly candidate Sharon Quirk-Silva made the following statement regarding last week’s Anaheim City Council vote denying the creation of a city council district with a majority Latino population within the city’s boundaries. “I find the Anaheim Council’s denial of Latino residents’ voting rights appalling…

MALDEF Threatens Litigation Against Anaheim over District 3

Dr. Jose Moreno posted news of this announcement on Facebook last night.  MALDEF, a Latino Civil Rights Organization, posted the following news release on their website yesterday and there’s a link to a letter sent to Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait the follows. The organization wants the city to reconsider opening District 3 for the November…