Tag Archive for Chris Norby

The REAL Chris Norby Web Site Debuts

Democrats are apparently taking tips from Republican campaigns to use wedge issues against their opponents and President Obama is certainly using the GOP’s war of women and the vast wealth of Republican candidate Mitt Romney to paint a narrative for voters.  It only makes sense this tactic might trickle down to a more local level…

A Trokia of Democratic Fundraisers

In no particular order, this post has details for three fundraiser for three Democratic candidates running for three different offices.  In no particular order, a fundraising announcement for Fullerton Mayor Sharon Quirk-Silva who is a candidate for AD-65, a fundraiser for Jordan Brandman who is a candidate for Anaheim City Council, and a fundraiser for…

More Motel Hell for Norby

It was believed Assemblyman Chris Norby (R-Fullerton) had been cleared on charges that he improperly used campaign funds to pay for a motel stay while he was separated from wife #3 a few years back (he later repaid his campaign for the funds).  The LA Times is reporting that Norby isn’t quite in the clear…

Fullerton Mayor Sharon Quirk-Silva Formally Declares for AD-65

  Hot off the press: Sharon Quirk-Silva Announces Bid for 65th Assembly Seat Fullerton, CA—Sharon Quirk-Silva, Mayor of Fullerton, announced today that she will run to represent California’s 65th Assembly District. The new 65th District drawn by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission comprises the North Orange County cities of Anaheim, Fullerton, Buena Park, La Palma,…

On Our Radar for March 9, 2012

Radar

Here are some stories in the news today that we’re following. OC Supervisors to hold Emergency Meeting over handling of Bustamante Sexual Harassment allegations, Quirk-Silva to Run for Assembly, OCERS and Stanford argue over pension cost analysis

Define Transparency

Our pals at the Friends for Fullerton’s Future blog (FFFF) are regular stand up guys when it comes to calling for transparency in government.  They are very good about filing public records requests and reporting their findings and applying appropriate snarky comments to each post.  So imagine our surprise to learn that FFFF blogger Travis…

Register editorial beats up Nelson on pensions

This editorial in today’s OC Register looks like a clear case of buyer’s remorse when if comes to backing a candidate for office — in this case, the candidacy of Shawn Nelson who won the June election to finish Chris Norbys term as 4th District Supervisor. While the Register didn’t credit this blog for breaking…