Tag Archive for Beth Krom

Shiva Farivar to declare for Irvine City Council

I got this note from Irvine City Council member Beth Krom this morning: I’m Proud To Endorse Shiva Farivar for Irvine City Council 2010! Shiva Farivar has been an active community volunteer and is currently the Chair of the Irvine Community Services Commission. She is bright, creative and committed to serving the best interests of…

Memorial Day Cermony in Irvine

A message from Beth Krom, Irvine City Council member and a candidate for Congress in CD-48 Memorial Day is our opportunity to honor the sacrifice of our fallen soldiers and to reflect on what it means to live in a country that promises “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” to all its citizens. There…

Come say Hi to Beth Krom Tonight

Irvine city council member and Congressional candidate Beth Krom is hosting a fundraiser tonight at the El Torito Restaurant in Irvine.  The party starts at 5:30 tonight, so come by, make a contribution and meet the candidate. Beth also has a fan page on Facebook I encourage you to join. Beth was the only Democratic…

A GOP Primary for CD-48?

Trusted tipsters are emailing me that State Senator Mimi Walters is gauging interest in challenging for the Republican nomination for CD-48, Rep. John Campbell’s seat.  I ignored the first three emails, but when the eighth email (from different tipsters)came in this morning, I contacted the Senator’s office and got a firm denial.  “The rumor is…

Taxation without Representation in CD-48

I recieved this in an email from Irvine Councilwoman and candidate for Congress Beth Krom. Dear Dan, Today, hundreds of thousands of hard-working people in the 48th Congressional District are filing their tax returns, sending hundreds of millions of dollars to fill the federal coffers in Washington. While everyone hates paying taxes, the fact is…

Did you get a Robocall for Rep. John Campbell this week?

My email box and cell voice mail are overflowing with reports that voters in the CD-48 got robo calls for Rep. John Campbell (R-Shady Canyon).  Wasn’t he just re-elected? The calls featured a women’s voice (nobody seems to remember the organization responsible for the calls), but she seems to represent a conservative Republican organization telling residents…