Tag Archive for Larry Agran

The Scariest Bloggers in the OC-2010 edition

  It’s Halloween, so for our annual Trick or Treat, we present our picks for the scariest bloggers in the OC blogsphere with tongue firmly planted in cheek.  Let us know if there’s anyone we missed. Bloggers 10.  Claudio Gallegos, The LiberalOC — from disrupting the NUFF forum to insisting that if he saw Miguel…

Lalloway Hit Piece, Website Reach Irvine Voters

Irvine City Council candidate Jeff Lalloway is the subject of one of the nastiest pieces of mail I’ve ever seen thrown at a conservative candidate for office in Irvine; and if the charges made in the mailer and the website are true, then a 4-1 Democratic majority looks more likely in Irvine after election day.…

Scenes from the IPSF Gala

Tonight’s sold out Irvine Public Schools Foundation Gala was the place to see and be seen in Irvine this Friday night and attracted a big crowd to honor some of the best and brightest to graduate from Irvine’s schools.  And yes, Rep. John Campbell did come to the event and more than one guest grumbled about a…

Young Democrats Announce Endorsements

The Orange County Young Democrats yesterday voted to endorse local Democrats who are running for local office. At last night’s endorsement meeting in Orange, dozens of young Democrats and guests from around Orange County gathered to listen to local candidates and elected officials discuss their plans for the future in a speed dating endorsement meeting.…

Signs out in Force in the Fourth

One of our readers emailed me about why we don’t do something that Red County does; namely post copies of signs or mailers from Democratic candidates for office.  Well, we will and we do, when the campaigns send them to us.  Lorri Galloway’s campaign was the first to respond so we’re posting her signs here. …

Orange County Support for Proposition 15 California Fair Elections Act

Since 2000, over $1 billion has been raised by California politicians, buying special interests unprecedented access but shutting out the rest of us. That’s why polls show nearly three out of four voters want to change the way elections in California are financed. “The California Fair Elections Act will be a big win for California’s citizens,” said Irvine Mayor Pro Tem Larry Agran. “In the seven states that have fair elections systems, legislators were able to pass good laws to benefit their constituents instead of spending half their time raising money for the next campaign. The California Fair Elections Act will put Sacramento back to work for California.”