Tag Archive for Endorsements


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    Orange, CA, February 10, 2016– The Orange County Young Democrats will hold their annual executive board elections this Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 7:00 PM located at El Torito, 3520 The City Way, Orange, CA. OCYD members will also cast their votes to determine who the organization should support in contested primary races.…

Correa scores another huge Labor endorsement for CD-46

State Senator Lou Correra in the VIP suite with his LiberalOC sticker (c)2009, TheLiberalOC.com

Underscoring Lou Correa’s growing strength with labor unions, this announcement from the Correa camp on a key endorsement. International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 36 Backs Lou Correa for CA-46 SANTA ANA, CA— Electrifying his campaign to represent California’s 46th Congressional District seat, today former State Senator Lou Correa won a sought-after…

Correa adds Labor Endorsements for Congressional Run

Senator Lou Correa (Photo: Chris Prevatt)

  SOUTH COUNTY LABOR LEADER BACKS LOU CORREA FOR CONGRESS Celebrated Labor Leader Ray Cordova Endorses Lou Correa for California’s 46th Congressional District Seat SANTA ANA, CA— Continuing to stockpile important support for his campaign to represent California’s 46th Congressional District seat, today former State Senator Lou Correa won an endorsement from South County Labor Chair Ray…

Time to Hear About Policy, Not Endorsements

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It’s endorsement season and candidates for Congress in CD-46, Assembly and State Senate seats are flooding my mailbox with news of their latest endorsement.  While I can appreciate each candidate wants to be the most popular person at the dance, what’s sorely lacking is any sort of policy discussion.  What issues do candidates feel most…

OC Labor Federation: Labor Day and Endorsements

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Hundreds of people participated in the 6th Annual OCLF Labor Day Celebration at the Santa Ana Zoo along with hundreds of union and community members. They were celebrating the labor movement and workers standing together, fighting for good jobs, bargaining to uplift workers and our communities.