Tag Archive for OC GOP

Carona Resignation Barely Registers at Flash

So much for “Caifornia’s Most Significant Political News.” The Carona resignation story from the Flash Report is a hotlink to a story from the Register. Still waiting for Carona to get the Doolitte treatment from Fleischman/Probolsky et al. (i.e. “I know Mike Carona and he’s agood man….) Marty Wisckol’s column in today’s paper listed US…

What Do YOU Think About Sheriff Carona Resigning?

“While it’s a combination of factors that Mike decided to retire, one of the factors is his ability to focus on his defense [...] He also wanted to make sure the department was ready for a smooth transition.” – H. Dean Steward, Soon-to-be-retired Sheriff Mike Carona’s attorney Have you heard the big news? OC Sheriff…

OC Reacts to the Iowa Caucus Results

“There is an energy in the Democratic Party in Orange County that you’ve never seen before,” said Santa Ana attorney Alfredo Amezcua at a festive house party in his home city with about 30 others. “It’s because of the times. We need a change and it’s going to take energy.” If you haven’t already read…

Caroling for Peace at Ed Royce’s Open House on Friday

Hey, you… My favorite progressive activists in North OC! Are you looking for a great opportunity to do some Holiday Caroling? And would you also like a chance to ask your Member of Congress to bring the troops home from Bush’s failed occupation of Iraq? Great, then join the OC Peace Coaltion for a special…

Updated McGill Resolution: Carona Must Resign

HT to Allan Bartlett at Powder Blue for securing an updated copy on a OC GOP Central Committee resolution from former Cypress Mayor Mike McGill calling for Sheriff Mike Carona’s resignation.  Here’s the copy: Whereas, Orange County Sheriff Carona has had his two Assistant Sheriffs and a Captain convicted of numerous crimes, demonstrating poor leadership…

Will State or OC GOP Require a Loyalty Oath Like Virginia Does?

Found this story off of the Associated Press.  If you’re a Republican and you plan to vote in Virginia’s primary, you must pledge an oath of loyalty to the Republican Party. It’s catching on elsewhere…..could it happen here? RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — If you’re planning to vote in Virginia’s February Republican presidential primary, be prepared…