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Loretta Debuts New TV Spot

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVEbrSGhypM&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] As the campaign heats up, so is the advertising. And Rep. Loretta Sanchez has debuted a new ad that puts State Ass. Van Tran in his place. The Committee to Re-Elect Loretta Sanchez today unveiled its second television spot of the 2010 cycle, which starting today will air on cable stations throughout Orange County.…

President appoints Elizabeth Warren “Watchdog for the American Consumer”

Long before this crisis hit, she had written eloquently, passionately, forcefully, about the growing financial pressures on working families and the need to put in place stronger consumer protections. And three years ago she came up with an idea for a new independent agency that would have one simple overriding mission: standing up for consumers and middle-class families.

Cecilia Iglesias Handicapping Her Campaign?

Most of us know that parking in a spot designated for handicapped individuals when you are not handicapped is against the law. It is against the law, even if you have a valid parking placard. If you are not disabled, you are not authorized to use the placard even if you have one.

Loretta Sanchez and Craigslist

This appeared in today’s The Hill. Craigslist self-censoring a good first step (Rep. Loretta Sanchez) By Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Calif.) – 09/07/10 11:07 AM ET Craigslist should be commended for censoring its adult services section, which is frequently abused by sex traffickers and other criminals. Although Craigslist has not made clear whether its decision to…

More than 1000 turn out for OC Labor Federation event to see Jerry Brown

“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.”