Tag Archive for Loretta Sanchez

Correa Denies Rumor He Sought Support from OC GOP

State Senator Lou Correra in the VIP suite with his LiberalOC sticker (c)2009, TheLiberalOC.com

Sometimes silly season starts sooner than expected. A longtime source called me last night to tell me that former state senator Lou Correa had met with senior officials from the OC GOP to discuss switching his party affiliation from Democratic to Republican while continuing to seek the Congressional seat now held by Rep. Loretta Sanchez…

Rep. Linda Sanchez Backs Lou Correa for Congress

Sen. Lou Correa (Photo: Lou Delgado)

Hot off the press: In an early and significant development, Congresswoman Linda Sánchez (CA-37) has officially endorsed former State Senator Lou Correa to replace Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez in the 46th Congressional District.   “I have known and worked with Lou for more than 20 years.  He has spent the majority of his life in Orange County…

Bao Nguyen gets BlueAmericaBlog Endorsement for Congress

Bao Nguyen, Garden Grove Mayor

BlueAmerica, a very good liberal political blog, has endorsed Garden Grove Mayor Bao Nguyen for CD-46 in Orange County. And they’ve featured Nguyen on a page for national political contributions by making the case the Democrats who lost in 2014 were, “The Beltway Establishment Democrats lost huge numbers of seats in the past 4 years–…

Sanchez announces Congressional Endorsements for US Senate Seat

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez

Between a positive fundraising report and the announcement below of Congressional colleagues backing her for the US Senate seat, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez’s US Senate bid has regained its footing and is gaining significant ground on California AG Kamala Harris. Here’s the announcement; the only non-surprise is the endorsement from Loretta’s sister, Congresswoman Linda Sanchez (sister’s…

Jordan Brandman formally announces bid for Congress

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TheLiberalOC has learned that Anaheim city council member Jordan Brandman is running for Congress in CD-46, the seat held by Loretta Sanchez.  Brandman joins former State Senator Lou Correa as the only other declared candidate in the race. From his announcement, Brandman said,”I’m running for Congress to fight for working families, help our local businesses…