Tag Archive for OCEA

The Silence of the OC Labor Fed to #MeToo

A week ago, the Orange County Young Democrats announcement about alleged incidents of sexual abuse and sexual assault exposed the Democratic Party of Orange County (and the Phil Janowicz campaign) and the Orange County Labor Federation to charges that female interns were sexually harassed by men in power. The Voice of OC reports that internal…

OCEA Endorses Kerr for 4th District Supervisor

Brea, CA – The Orange County Employees Association (OCEA) announced their endorsement of Joe Kerr for Orange County Supervisor today. The backing of the OCEA represents the first major organizational endorsement to be awarded in the open-seat race for the Fourth Supervisorial District. In announcing their support, OCEA General Manager Jennifer Muir Beuthin released the…

OCEA backs Rudy Diaz for RSCCD Trustee

Orange, CA – Orange County’s largest independent labor union, OCEA has endorsed long time Orange resident Rudy Diaz in his run for the Area 7 seat on the Rancho Santiago Community College District. “To be endorsed by OCEA, which represents 18,000 public employees throughout Orange County is an honor,” stated Diaz. I am running to…

OCEA Backs Loretta Sanchez for Senate

  Orange, CA – Today, the Loretta Sanchez for U.S. Senate campaign announced the endorsement of the Orange County Employees Association (OCEA) for Loretta Sanchez’s bid to replace retiring Senator Barbara Boxer in the United States Senate, citing her strong and consistent voice for working men and women, and pro-labor voting record. Orange County Employees…

County and OCEA Reach Agreement on New Contract

Orange County Supervisors have scheduled a special meeting for Friday, December 18, at 8:30 a.m. to allow for public comment on details of a proposed tentative agreement with the membership of the Orange County Employees Association for a new contract that would extend to June 30, 2018. The proposed tentative agreement is posted for public…

Gun Violence is a Conservative Problem, Not a Liberal One

I meant to get to this post much sooner.  Two Saturday’s ago, the Register’s relocate Libertarian/Christian columnist Mark Landsbaum went after progressives/liberals/leftists in a big way with this column.  Here’s a taste: “Fortunately, after bullying, lying and otherwise contriving themselves into power, self-anointed progressive benefactors’ claims of a better day ahead often are recognized for…