Tag Archive for Loretta Sanchez

Rep. Sanchez Hosts 8th Annual OC Veterans Event

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47) today released the following schedule of events for July 9 of interest to media and the public. Please note that these events are subject to change. If you plan on attending any event, please verify the details with Rep. Sanchez’s district office in advance. Saturday, July 9 9:30am- 11:00am: 8th Annual…

Rep. Sanchez statement on President’s plans in Afghanistan

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47), senior member of the House Armed Services Committee, today released the following statement regarding President Obama’s impending announcement that he will begin a significant draw down of American troops from Afghanistan in 2012.  Congresswoman Sanchez has long advocated for a full withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. “I am pleased to hear…

Sanchez introduces legislation to allow women to serve in combat

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez

“I am proud to introduce the Women’s Fair and Equal Right to Military Service Act, which would allow female service members to fight in combat,” said Sanchez. “In actuality, this bill would officially recognize what is already happening on the battlefield – the fact that our military women are fighting in combat every day, all over the world.”

A Not So Red County….

According to a new report from the Rose Institute for Local and State Government at Claremont McKenna College, the iron grip Republicans have had on Orange County has lost considerable strength. Democratic registration remains stable while the number of independents and DTS voters has expanded, but if the trends continue, we’ll soon see a toe-to-toe…

Go with Tan – To Jail for One Year

Tan Nguyen Sign Euclid & Trask 3-29-10

Failed GOP Congressional candidate Tan Nguyen was sentenced to one year in jail and six months in a halfway house for lying to investigators about a campaign mailer his campaign released in 2006. The letter, written in Spanish, was sent to foreign born US citizens with Latin-American surnames telling them that immigrants cannot vote. Nguyen…