Tag Archive for Jordan Brandman

Brandman Issues a Statement on DPOC Resolution

The Orange County Register carries this story about Monday night’s DPOC resolution that the headline writer suggests was a censure of Anaheim Council member Jordan Brandman, the only Democrat on the council.  The reality is the resolution condemned the actions of the Council majority of Brandman, Kris Murray and Lucille Kring, so details do in…

LeTourneau’s Voice of OC Column isn’t Honest

Jeff Letourneau and Henry Vandermeir in 2012

An Update:  Letourneau’s petition of 14 signatures was not blocked by the chair and passed without opposition.  Henry Vandermeir completely debunked charges made by Letourneau in the VOC column.  The meeting had 60 people attend. ******* OC Democratic and LGBTQ activist Jeff LeTourneau has penned a column in Monday’s Voice of OC calling on Democrats…

OJ Blog Lets Dunn Campaign Edit a Post

OJ Blogger Vern Nelson

  Orange Juice blogger Vern Nelson put up a fawning post about CD-46 Congressional candidate Joe Dunn on Tuesday; the post was up for about five hours and yanked, only to re-appear about 36 hours later.  Nelson removed the post at the request of the Dunn campaign in order to correct a few factual errors. Correcting…

The Bao Nguyen for Congress Team Costs Me a New Stamp

money-hands

In September, Garden Grove Mayor Bao Nguyen called my business line and asked me for a contribution to his congressional campaign.  I have a general rule not to make contributions to those I can’t personally vote for, but there are exceptions, and only one regret (I wrote a check to Paul Lucas once long before…

CD-46 Candidates: District Support Tells a Different Story

Senator Joe Dunn (ret.)

The candidates seeking to replace Loretta Sanchez in CD-46 held their first debate on Saturday after having released financial disclosure statements just before the weekend.  With spin abound, it’s a little hard to distinguish who raised what during the period, so we’ve broken it down and dug up these links that anyone can see. In…