As we roll into the Memorial Day weekend we have an update on the campaign cash race in the 69th Assembly District contest. The reports provide detailed insight into who supports who, and how much money is being tossed in the direction of the candidates.
by Joe Hill • • 3 Comments
Two weeks ago I was trying to figure out why 69th Assembly District candidate Michele Martinez wanted to change campaign finance law in the Santa Ana regarding campaign contributions. With the release of campaign finance reports for the most recent period, the picture has cleared up.
by Dan Chmielewski • • 15 Comments
The race for the Assembly seat in AD-69 is by far one of the most interesting and competitive to watch. It’s a race that screams for a debate on the issues and yet we’ve had but one half-hearted debate in…
by Dan Chmielewski • • 5 Comments
With the prospect of a $16 billion budget shortfall facing the state, we thought we’d review the positions of the top three candidates in the 69th Assembly contest on the Governor’s proposed tax increases.
by Dan Chmielewski • • 7 Comments
According to the Statement of Economic Interest’s (Form 700) she filed on March 5, 2012, 69th Assembly district candidate Michele Martinez is unemployed. In fact, she has reported that she has no source of financial support for her day-to-day living expenses.
by Dan Chmielewski • • 6 Comments
Mailboxes have been filling up with additional campaign mail for the 69th Assembly district race. We thought we’d share some of the recent mail pieces that have dropped over the past week.
by Joe Hill • • 6 Comments
Different election, different position. In 2008 Santa Ana Police Officers strongly opposed Michele Martinez in the contest for Santa Ana Mayor, when she challenged Mayor Miguel Pulido—calling her a “self-admitted former drug dealer.”