Tag Archive for Beth Krom

Sherri Loveland to run for Tustin City Council

Long time Tustin community activist Sherri Loveland has filed to fill one of the vacant seats on the Tustin City Council.   We met her last week at a fundraiser for Santa Ana Council member David Benavides and she’s smart, she’s committed, and she’s charming — basically everything the anti-Jerry Amante and she’s just what Tustin…

Beth Krom wins DFA Grassroots AllStar Contest

CD-48 Democratic candidate for Congress Beth Krom has won the 2010 Democracy For America (DFA) Grassroots All-Star competition, besting 99 other worthy Democratic candidates to capture needed money and volunteer hours in her race to defeat Rep. John Campbell.  Beth’s campaign team kicked butt and took names as voting was fast and furious in the hours…

Beth Krom Gets Endorsement from State Senator Lou Correa

(photo courtesy of Lou Delgado) Oh for the love of Facebook! The congressional campaign of Beth Krom today received a key endorsement from State Senator Lou Correra.  Since Senator Correa is clearly part of the more moderate side of the Democratic Party, this endorsement is certain to help Krom among independents and moderate Republicans in…

Will John Campbell Debate Beth Krom?

In a recent Rick Reiff TV show, Reiff invited Irvine Council member Beth Krom back on the program for a debate with Congressman John Campbell, whom Krom will face in the November election for CD-48.  Adam Probolsky, a Republican Party operative/pollster/freelance Register columnist (nice campaign ads, er columns, for your friends Adam) overheard Reiff’s invitation and…

OC Republican Delegation Says Tough Luck To Unemployed and Troubled Homeowners

UPDATED: “House votes to extend jobless benefits” – On Tuesday, House Democrats revived legislation to extend unemployment benefits after previous legislation failed to pass the Senate. The new House bill, HR 5618, only addresses the unemployment extension. If approved, it would have allowed the more recently-unemployed to continue getting extended benefits and Fed-Ed aid through November. It would be retroactive to May and June.