Tag Archive for Elections

The Many Faces (and Places) of Trung Nguyen

Jubal over at Red County/OCBlog has this post that you’ve gotta see. It seems that Trung not only has many faces, but with the help of Photoshop, he can be anywhere he wants to be. Trung Nguyen Photoshopped Into Picture With Schwarzenegger Well, it seems that Trung has hidden, or removed, all of his photos…

GOTV for Tom Umberg

Join the hundreds of volunteers already supporting Tom Umberg for 1st District Supervisor. Now is the time for the final push to Get out the Vote  for Tom Umberg. ANY DAY OF THE WEEK between now and the February 6 election: Democratic Party headquarters Monday through Friday: 10:30am – 12:30pm & 5:30pm – 8:30pm Saturday…

Election Process Recap – Part 1 (Election Day)

Two full weeks have now passed since Election Day. Nearly all of the ballots have finally been counted. Most campaigns have been decided. I think it’s a good time to look back at the election and see how the process worked (or didn’t work) and where it can be improved. I’m not looking to assign…

Correa widens lead in latest count

STATE SENATOR, 34th District Completed Precincts: 377 of 377 Vote Count Percentage LOU CORREA (DEM) 56270 50.2% LYNN DAUCHER (REP) 54968 49.0% OTTO BADE 910 0.8% Top Next update is scheduled for 5 pm on Tuesday. But I hear that campaign staff and affiliates are finally comfortable enough to celebrate with a few drinks at…

Another Clip from Video the Vote

  Here is another clip from Video the Vote, VideotheVote.org this one from Irvine. Similar problems as in Santa Ana, interestingly, this was allegedly a precinct with heavy Democrat and Decline to State registration.  Irvine had a heated contest between Democrats and Republicans for control of the Irvine City Council. CLICK HERE to view the…