Tag Archive for Janet Nguyen

Hoa’s Campaign Issues Its Own Deadline

For the past several weeks there has been an organized and concerted effort to attack and undermine the candidacy of the sole Democrat running for the First District Supervisorial seat. The smear campaign leveled at Hoa Van Tran and those around him has come from the left, members of this blog, and the right, Matt…

Now Hoa Doesn’t Know His Website Address!

No I am not joking. Somehow the stars have again aligned to make the First District Supervisor contest the craziest one around. And they say lightning doesn’t strike the same place twice. A few weeks ago we had the mailing sent out by first District Supperviser Candidate Dina Nguyen to Vietnamese voters. The website address…

Mayor Pro Tem Tells Janet “We want our fair share”

At last nights City Council meeting Santa Ana Mayor Pro Tem Claudia Alvarez continued her criticism of Supervisor Janet Nguyen and her allocation of state Prop 1B funds.  Alvarez, following up on her comments that appeared in Saturday’s edition of the Orange County Register, called on Supervisor Nguyen to insure that Santa Ana receive “our fair…

Ridiculous quote of the day

I know I have been giving Paul Lucas (2006 Dem candidate for 68th Assembly against Van Tran, almost candidate for First District Supervisor and current Garden Grove City Council hopeful and Sanitary District Advisory Commissioner, and ex-officio member of the DPOC Central Committee) a lot of crap over the past several weeks. But in my defense, he…

First District Political Play of the Week

New Update on the flip (page 2) In the political fish bowl that is the First District Supervisor’s contest this has been a fun week. Hoa Van Tran, the only Democrat in the race narrowly (4 votes) won the endorsement of the Democratic Party of Orange County. Then we had Bolsavik publishing his interview with Hoa Van Tran’s campaign…

Sign Wars

It’s election season. Invariably there will be allegations from the various campaigns that someone is taking down their signs. Usually, with a little investigation the signs that were taken down were on public property and were taken down by public workers. In the following VIDEO (High Quality, WMV) we see where a 4 by 8 Janet…