Tag Archive for John Moorlach

To Obscurity… and Beyond!

Buzz Moorlach: "To Obscurity, and Beyond!"

The final vote tally has been certified by Orange County Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley, and John Moorlach has been elected by just under 8 percent of registered voters to represent them in 37th State Senate. The seat was recently vacated by carpetbagger, or non-resident, Mimi Walters who has moved on to the United States House of Representatives…

The Silver Lining Behind Moorlach’s State Senate Win

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Former County Supervisor John Moorlach, outspent and outgunned, pulled off an upset victor over State Assemblyman Don Wagner in Tuesday’s special election for SD-37.  In an ideal world, Democrat Louise Stewardson would have mustered enough write in votes to win but she still managed a respectable amount to Naz Namazi who was on the ballot. …

A Write In Reminder for Tomorrow’s Elections

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I almost never vote by mail, preferring instead to go to the polls to cast my ballot.  Tomorrow, I’m casting a write in ballot for SD-37 for Louise Stewardson. If you’ve never done a write in ballot before, tomorrow’s low turnout gives you the perfect opportunity to learn how.  Simply ask one of the poll…

Moorlach’s outsourcing initiative proposal dies

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At Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting the proposal by lame-duck (chicken) Supervisor John Moorlach to place a ballot measure before the voters to authorize the Board to outsource county jobs on a whim failed to gain the needed support. Moorlach’s proposal received a second from Board Chairman Supervisor Shawn Nelson, but no support from the remaining members of the Board.

Democrat files for Congress in CD-45

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Drew Leavens is running for Congress in CD-45 and it’s a bit confusing as he was supposed to be challenging Darryl Issa in CD-49. Leavens, an active Democrat and therapist by profession, will run for John Campbell’s Congressional seat (CA 45).

OC Register gives Big Gift to Moorlach’s Congressional bid

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On Wednesday, the publishers of the Register doubled down on their coverage by providing Mr. Moorlach with unprecedented space on their editorial pages to make his case. Moorlach’s guest editorial amounted to more than 800 words of free advertising for his campaign, in addition to the more than 400 words worth of “earned media” coverage Wisckol provided in his coverage of Moorlach’s announcement.