Our last post on Tustin showed what a boy’s club the city council has become. Let’s just say I sure hope these guys don’t treat their wives the way they do fellow council member Deborah Gavello.Â This election, it’s time to give Deborah some support by electing Sherri Loveland to the Tustin City Council. Loveland…
“This campaign is about you, and your neighbors, and your friends. I don’t think you want to see an election that is all about who can buy the most ads,” Brown proclaimed. “It’s really about who cares the most about California; who understands California; and who can unite the very angry and disparate elements that currently make up our state. It’s about building the common base that brings strength to California.”
State Assemblyman Jose Solorio has endorsed Anaheim City Council candidate John Leos for this Novemberâ€™s election. Assemblyman Solorio has served the 69th Assembly District since 2006. He has previously served as a council member for the city of Santa Ana.
Â Assemblyman Solorio Issues Statement Regarding New RFP to Sell OC Fairgrounds SACRAMENTO, CA – Assemblyman Jose Solorio (D-Anaheim) issued the following statement regarding the Department of General Services’ new formal Request for Proposals (RFP) to sell the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. “The Governor is exercising his options regarding how to sell the OC…
Some of our favorite elected Democrats are joining to support Santa Ana Councilman David Benavides’ re-election campaign at a fundraiser tonight.Â Join Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, State Senator Lou Correa and State Assemblyman Jose Solorio in support of Councilman David Benavides.
Downtown Santa Ana came alive last night as many of the political campaigns and insiders chose the Artists Village of Santa Ana to host their election night parties. The night was filled with some suprises, good(Steven Choi and Bill Hunt going down) and bad(Shawn Nelson winning).
Unfortunately Chris Prevatt was unable to make it to the Santa Ana City Council meeting to give Claudia Alvarez a hard time. Fortunately I was able to step in and do one of my favorite pasttime activities, piss off Claudia Alvarez. It seems to have worked. To understand the events leading up to this, at the last Council meeting, Claudia Alvarez censored several speakers who tried to say her name claiming that interrupted the “decorum” of the meeting, but allowed two former Councilmembers to mention specific current Councilmembers by name. She clearly abused her power as acting Mayor and Chris Prevatt rightfully pointed it out on several posts here on The Liberal OC.