Tag Archive for Beth Krom

My 2010 Election Picks Part 1

As is often the tradition with political blogs, the time has come to make our choices for who should be elected throughout Orange County. This year we have some great Democrats running for school boards and city councils throughout Central Orange County.

John Campbell finally meets Beth Krom

Eight days out from election day, and John Campbell finally has met Beth Krom.  No, not that John Campbell. John Campbell, the sixth grader from Irvine. Krom attended the rally for the CanyonView Elementary boy’s and girl’s Harvest Cup soccer teams this morning; the teams repeated as champions (believed to be the first time both…

Lalloway Hit Piece, Website Reach Irvine Voters

Irvine City Council candidate Jeff Lalloway is the subject of one of the nastiest pieces of mail I’ve ever seen thrown at a conservative candidate for office in Irvine; and if the charges made in the mailer and the website are true, then a 4-1 Democratic majority looks more likely in Irvine after election day.…

Howard Dean in SoCal to Promote Beth Krom for Congress

An Update with new photos courtesy of Lou Delgado. Dr. Howard Dean, former DNC chair and the architect of the victorious 2006 and 2008 elections, is in Los Angeles tonight to promote the Congressional candidacy of Irvine city council member Beth Krom. We don’t have a location for you because it’s pretty Secret Squirrel, but…

Krom Beats Campbell

In fundraising last quarter.  It’s true.  And most of Beth’s contributions came from individuals who vote and not PACs who don’t. Here’s the skinny on the growing momentum for change in CD-48. While my opponent continues to bob and weave, we have spent the past 20 months taking our message directly to voters. And in…

CD-48 Debate Tonight: Will Campbell Even Show?

  Beth Krom will be at UCI tonight for the only scheduled debate for CD-48.  Her opponent, Rep. John Campbell, has not formally declined but almost no one expects him to show up. Here’s a Congressman who doesn’t bring a dime back to his district, shifting the tax burden for needed municipal projects to state…