Two pieces of mail are hitting mail boxes in the 4th Supervisor’s District from the Orange County Labor Federation on June 1st. The first is a general mailer pointing out Shawn Nelson’s TEA Party credentials. My guess is it isn’t going to Republican households.
“My campaign did not buy on to this slate nor did it buy into any slate. One really doesn’t ever know what is official and what is not. If you look at the slate piece, my name does not have a star after the name. The star indicates that the candidate purchased the place on the slate.”
Two more mail drops for Lorri Galloway in the 4th Supervisor’s race. The first is from the Orange County Labor Federation and continues with the theme of Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!
Here is the latest mail piece sent out by Lorri Gallowayâ€™s campaign for 4th district Supervisor. Her mailer focuses on the need for job creation, accomplishments in job creation in Anaheim during her time on the city council, and her support for new jobs in the future if elected as Supervisor for the 4th district.…
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.Â Well, we will and we do, when the campaigns send them to us.Â Lorri Galloway’s campaign was the first to respond so we’re posting her signs here.Â …
A Liberal OC post about Irvine Council member Steven Choi’s residency in AD-70 is repeatedly referenced in a request for an investigation into charges of election/voter fraud filed by Tustin council member Jerry Amante’s pal Doug Davert. You can read about the entire complaint by going to Internet Truth Squad’s website and despite it’s claim they’ve been outing corruption since 2004, the Choi complaint is the only item you can read about
The Democratic Party of Orange County at its monthly meeting last Monday, April 26, 2010, endorsed two Democrats in County-wide non-partisan races. Tom Daly and Kevin Vann were endorsed in their races for Clerk-Recorder and Public Administrator respectively.