Tag Archive for Lynn Schott

Some Stumbles out of the gate for CD-46

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  Former State Senator Lou Correa seems to be having some trouble finding his footing in the early weeks of his Congressional campaign.  We received the above flyer via email (and the graphic wouldn’t save as a picture for me so I printed it and took a snap) and the news is great — Congresswoman…

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…

Does this Op-Ed Resonate with OC Conservatives?

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The Berkshire Eagle is a respected small newspaper in Western Massachusetts.  Some of my friends got their start at this publication. Earlier in June, before the shootings in South Carolina, the Eagle published this column from a “conservative activist” named Steven Nikitas who is affiliated with the local Republican Party in Pittsfield, MA, specifically the…

Updated: Reaction to the Supreme Court’s Ruling on Gay Marriage from OC’s Electeds

Gay Pride, Marriage Equality

With today being so historic, TheLiberalOC has asked elected officials and candidates across OC for their reaction to the Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex marriage is a constitution right.  We contacted the city councils in Irvine, Santa Ana, and Anaheim as well as the County Board of Supervisors and candidates for State Senate and the…

Irvine City Council Repeals Living Wage; Schott and Shea Defend Decision as Adhering to Christian Values

Jeff Lalloway and Christina Shea with Irvine Mayor Steven Choi-2014

As expected, the Irvine City Council’s Republican majority repealed the City’s nation-leading and longstanding Living Wage ordinance at Tuesday’s meeting.  Speaker after speaker, including two pastors, begged the council to keep the existing policy in place to no avail.  The Living Wage ordinance was repealed on a straight party line vote 3-1 (with Mayor Pro…