Tag Archive for Julio Perez

The Silence of the OC Labor Fed to #MeToo

A week ago, the Orange County Young Democrats announcement about alleged incidents of sexual abuse and sexual assault exposed the Democratic Party of Orange County (and the Phil Janowicz campaign) and the Orange County Labor Federation to charges that female interns were sexually harassed by men in power. The Voice of OC reports that internal…

OC’s Muir and Perez join California’s Labor Federation Executive Board

    The executive board of the California Labor Federation, which represents more than 2.1 million workers statewide, voted this week to appoint two Orange County labor leaders to its ranks.  Jennifer Muir, General Manager for the Orange County Employees Association, and Julio Perez, Executive Director for the Orange County Labor Federation were appointed during…

Bizarro Greg Diamond

  Readers of this blog know the high Holy Days with my kids every Summer is the journey to San Diego for Comic-Con International; it’s the world’s largest and most fun pop culture event and one I’d like to see in Anaheim someday after the expansion of the Convention Center (something supported by OC’s Julio…

Tait aids Garden Grove at Anaheim’s Expense

Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait came out against an agreement to incentivize four-star (or four-diamond) hotel development at this week’s meeting of the Anaheim City Council even thought it was supported by a number of business leaders and labor unions, including Labor Fed leader Julio Perez.  Even Jonathan Barda, the president of the Orange County Young Democrats, came…

Does Do’s win over Correa Mean Santa Ana Lacks Clout?

Andrew Do has been sworn in to Janet Nguyen’s old seat as First District Supervisor on the heels of a 43 vote margin of victory over former State Senator Lou Correa.  It’s a win for Little Saigon, Orange County’s Asian Community which has a majority on the County BoS, and State Senator Janet Nguyen who…

AD-73 Candidate Bill Brough Facing Foreclosure

In 2012, we were criticized for going after AD-69 candidates Michele Martinez and Julio Perez for disclosing their then terrible personal financial failings that would cause voters to question whether they’d be a good steward of taxpayer dollars in Sacramento as a member of the state assembly.  Both are Democrats.  Primary voters decided “no” to…