With a Facebook post Nick Anas, the current Chair of the Orange County Young Democrats, announced his new job. “Was just hired to serve as the next Exercitve Director of the Democratic Party of Orange County.”
The Democratic Party of Orange County has historically lived on a razor edge of financial security. Orange County’s Democratic Party (DPOC) closed the first half of the year with just $353 in the bank after $19,552 in expenditures. Those figures provided the back-drop to an impeachment vote targeting the DPOC Treasurer Reggie Mundekis.
These developers want to continue to have a carte blanche with money that should be used for our streets, parks and public safety, not to enrich a bunch of South Orange County developers and trash barons. They know if Amezcua is elected, he will turn this city back over to the residents and they cannot have that. Spread the word and know these hit pieces are untrue and nothing more than a move of desperation by developers who want to screw the residents of Santa Ana.
Over the past several days it seems that every elected democrat is claiming that they, along with Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47), are inviting people to attend a rally in Santa Ana. In some cases, they are making it look like they are hosting, or co-hosting, the event. The Democratic Party of Orange County (DPOC) sent out an email blast, announcing the rally, but they had the intellectual honesty not to claim it was their event.
With the election exactly one month away, the Orange County Democratic Party is kicking off its â€œunity campaignâ€ on Saturday, October 2, 2010 with a â€œunity walkâ€ in the heart of Garden Grove today announced Frank Barbaro, Chairman of the Democratic Party of Orange County.