Tag Archive for Bao Nguyen

The Cancer in the DPOC – Stage 2

Greg Diamond with his mouth open

It’s not often you get to read the political equivalent of a suicide note, but I was astonished to read this comment from serial Democratic candidate and OJ blogger Greg Diamond in a post on the Orange Juice blog from last week.  The comment was left on July 31, and my business trip really didn’t…

Some Stumbles out of the gate for CD-46


  Former State Senator Lou Correa seems to be having some trouble finding his footing in the early weeks of his Congressional campaign.  We received the above flyer via email (and the graphic wouldn’t save as a picture for me so I printed it and took a snap) and the news is great — Congresswoman…

Jordan Brandman formally announces bid for Congress


TheLiberalOC has learned that Anaheim city council member Jordan Brandman is running for Congress in CD-46, the seat held by Loretta Sanchez.  Brandman joins former State Senator Lou Correa as the only other declared candidate in the race. From his announcement, Brandman said,”I’m running for Congress to fight for working families, help our local businesses…

Brandman and Bao to join Congressional race?

Jordan Brandman

Anaheim Council member Jordan Brandman and Garden Grove mayor Bao Nguyen may soon join former Senator Lou Correa in the Democratic race for CD-46, otherwise know as Lorreta Sanchez’s seat.  Sanchez, seeking the nod for US Senator, will likely not endorse in the race and its going to set up an interesting three way between…

Garden Grove Mayoral Recount Ends

Bao Nguyen, Garden Grove Mayor

Garden Grove Mayor Bruce Broadwater has ended the recount in the City of Garden Grove mayoral contest. The recount began this morning and ended this evening following a full day of manually recounting ballots. Mr. Broadwater made the original request following the certification of the election.

Good Winners and Bad Winners


Years of coaching kid sports, for both boys and girls, is something I’ll always cherish.  I love winning as much as any coach does, but I’ve always found there are life lessons to be taught that hopefully carry over into young adulthood (and some of kids who played ball for me have graduated college already…