Tag Archive for Irvine

It’s Not All About the Swing-States

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If you watch the cable news channels you may have gotten the impression that the only place where voters matter is in the swing-states. At times it seems the two presidential candidates are running for President of Virginwiscoflohiowa. While that election is getting all the attention, there are some important votes in California that could swing the balance of political power away from middle-class Californians for years to come.

A Blue County?

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That wailing sound you hear is coming from the editorial/opinion staff at the OC Register and from the Lincoln Club with news that Anaheim, the county’s largest city, has gone blue.  Democrats now hold the dominant party registration in Anaheim and Santa Ana, with officials saying Irvine will be Democratic dominant soon. The reason is…

P.K. Wong completes The Agran/Krom Slate in Irvine

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P.K. Wong, a finance professional and a former executive with the Singapore Futures and Options Exchange, will join the slate featuring Council members Larry Agran and Beth Krom for Irvine City Council. Wong would be the first Chinese-American elected official and his background and experience in finance would like make him the County’s most knowledgeable…

Scouts Honor?

There’s an argument to be made that the Boy Scouts of America is one of the most patriotic organizations in the country.  And while boy scouts receive a considerable education when it comes to patriotism and civics, as far as political campaigns go, using images of the Boy Scouts in political ads, campaign brochures and…