Tag Archive for Board of Supervisors

Bustamante for Board?

What a shocker!  Santa Ana City Councilman Carlos Bustamante is running for the 1st District Sups seat that Correa will vacate in January December. I posted about fundraisers that Santa Ana’s “rising star” was holding back in July: “Money for nothing.” And now, Bustamante has officially announced his candidacy.  From the press release: In announcing…

STUMP THE VOTE! (part 2)

Continuing from where I left off yesterday in part 1. The voting problems that occurred in Orange County did not go unreported. Early in the day as problems were discovered the Registrar seemed to respond positively to reports from the Democratic Party of Orange County. That was the morning; the afternoon and evening were a…

Chris Norby and the Dark Side

Yesterday the Orange County Board of Supervisors, in a 4-1 partisan Republican vote decided to do nothing more than pass a sham resolution in response to the apparent attempt by Republican Congressional candidate Tan Nguyen to suppress Latino voting in central Orange County. Despite offers by two affected candidates (Daucher & Correa running for State…

Call To Action

A CALL TO ACTION Tuesday morning, by a 4-1 margin, the Orange County Board of Supervisors passed a “Resolution in Support of the Right to Vote.” This resolution, drafted by Board Chairman Bill Campbell, a Republican, purports to provide an adequate response to the recent attempted disenfranchisement of 14,000 American citizens in Orange County. Campbell’s…

Classy or Calculating?

Lynn Daucher showed up at the Board of Supervisor’s meeting this morning and she said that she was on the same side as Correa when it came to the county mailing 14,000 citizens to tell them that, unlike what they read in the Tan Nguyen letter, they can vote. From Peggy Lowe’s story at the…

BOS: “Not a county issue.”

The Board of Supervisors just met and discussed sending letters to the 14,000 voters that received the silly Tan Nguyen letter reminding them that it is legal for citizens of the United States to vote. The board decided that “this is not a county issue.” Details on the meeting will be coming shortly.