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Martinez Opens Assembly Campaign Office Saturday

Michele Martinez, Photo: Chris Prevatt

Santa Ana City Councilwoman Michele Martinez will host a grand opening event this Saturday, January 14 at her new campaign headquarters in Santa Ana. The office is located at 217 N. Main Street, #116, Santa Ana, CA.  Martinez is a candidate for the open Assembly seat in the 69th district.  The seat is currently held by Assembly member…

OC Young Dems Endorse Julio Perez in 69th Assembly Contest

69th AD candidate Julio Perez with OCYD Board

More than 75 people filled the main room of Bistro 400 in Santa Ana on Thursday night for the regular meeting of the Orange County Young Democrats. They were there to consider early endorsements in 2012 Orange County legislative races. Several current and former elected officials were there to seek endorsement or offer support to…

An In-Depth Look at Democrats Running for AD-69

AD-69, currently occupied by State Rep. Jose Solorio, is the lone assembly seat where the Democratic candidate should win in a walk. Currently, there are three declared candidates for the seat and they include, in order Tom Daly, Orange County’s clerk-recorder and former mayor of Anaheim; Michele C. Martinez, Santa Ana city council member, and Julio Perez, a labor activist from Anaheim

Fast and Furious: Santa Ana Ward Boundaries Redrawn for Political Gain?


At the December 19th meeting of the Santa Ana City Council, the ad-hoc committee for Decennial Council Ward redistricting will present its proposed realignment. The Committee is comprised of members Sal Tinajero, Michele Martinez and David Benavides. All three members represent Wards that are not up for election in 2012. Realignment consideration is required every…

Santa Ana Ward Realignment Proposal Developed in Secret

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It’s concerning that members of the City Council found it important to participate in the State and County redistricting processes and join the public to present their recommendations and concerns. Yet in the case of their own process, they failed to offer the residents of Santa Ana the same opportunity.