Tag Archive for Loretta Sanchez

2008 SAUSD Election: An Analysis Part 1

2008 was the first time there was an open seat on the school board, where at least one incumbent was not seeking re-election since 1998. Longtime board member and comic relief Rosemarie Avila was finally retiring to take on Loretta Sanchez in a quixotic run for Congress. Immediately, people began speculating, who will be “the…

Tan Nguyen Trial Delayed?

Okay, this is just taking way too long. Martin Wisckol has this over on Total Buzz Blog: Former candidate Tan Nguyen’s trial delayed Republican – and former Democrat – Tan Nguyen was to go to trial next Tuesday on federal charges related to a voter intimidation investigations. That trial has been postponed until Jan. 12,…

Run Van, Run!

Yesterday the Van Tran for Congress campaign noted in a release that, ‘we have a long campaign and a lot of work to do…’  In his release he crowed about having raised more than $250,000 for his congressional challenge of the 47th District popular democratic Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez. Also, in yesterday’s news we picked up…

Van Tran forms Campaign Committee for Senate in 2012

In the 9 years I have known Van Tran, I have learned to expect the unexpected. I had thought that he had dropped his plan to run for Harman’s 35th district seat in 2012 when he filed to challenge Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez.  So much for assumptions. This was posted this morning on the Little Saigon…

Sanchez Supports a Public Option in Health Care Reform

On Friday, Dena Bunis of the Orange County Register wrote about the divisions between lawmakers in congress over healthcare reform legislation Health reform divides lawmakers. From the story: On the one hand Republicans and Democrats are worlds apart on this issue, which is to be expected. But there’s also a fissure among Democrats, one that…

Sanchez comes through with $13 million in federal funds

HT to Martin Wisckol over at Total Buzz. Anaheim and Santa Ana, which jointly administer the county’s Urban Areas Security Initiative, will get $12.8 million in homeland security funds to develop and implement anti-terrorism strategies, Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Garden Grove, announced today. Read the rest here.

Run for the Roses May 2 with Rep. Loretta Sanchez

Now I’m sure that Red County will criticize this fundraiser for Rep. Loretta Sanchez has being out of touch with her working class constituents.  But the bottom line is she should raise money however she can (legally of course) in order to keep being re-elected to help those very same working class constituents. With that…