Tag Archive for Attorney General Jerry Brown

Jerry Brown releases his first TV campaign ad

At Saturday’s OC Labor Day Celebration in Santa Ana Attorney General Jerry Brown complained; “More people have seen me in a Meg Whitman ad than have seen me in my ads.” But Brown promised the more than 1,000 labor union members, their families, and supporters, “we have the fire power to deliver the truth to the people of California.”

Federal Judge Lifts Stay In Prop 8 Ruling

This morning, U.S. District Court Judge Vaughn R. Walker issued another ruling in related to his landmark decision that declared Proposition 8 (California’s Constitutional Amendment banning same-gender marriages) unconstitutional. Last Friday, both sides in the case submitted arguments to Judge Walker about whether he should continue to retain the stay on his order until any pending appeal is decided, or lift the stay he placed shortly after issuing his decision last week.

Newsom Campaign Slams Brown Over His Fundraising For Republicans

Yesterday, Newsom For California Campaign Manager Nick Clemons slammed Attorney General Jerry Brown for his appearance last Thursday as a guest of honor at a fundraising event for the right-wing Republican San Bernardino District Attorney Mike Ramos. The event raised nearly $100,000 for this former appointee of George W. Bush and former Campaign Chairman for Arnold Schwarzenegger. The…

News Roundup 4-23-09

Transgender murder, hate crime conviction a first DENVER, Colorado (CNN) — A Colorado man was convicted of first-degree murder and a bias-motivated crime and sentenced to life in prison for killing a transgender teen he met on an online social networking site. Allen Andrade was convicted of first-degree murder and a hate crime in the…