The issue here is not that Nelson’s firm represents people in criminal matters. It’s that he has spent the better part of two years trying to cover that up. Nelson says his clients are accused of “small potatoes” crimes. They’re your neighbors and family members who get in trouble.
Andrew Do, who played a central part in the election saga of Orange County Supervisor Janet Nguyen in 2007 and then became her chief of staff, will leave the fifth floor this coming week, just months after Nguyen took over as chairwoman of the Board of Supervisors.
Nelson’s law firm focuses on ambulance chasing and criminal defense. He’s been trying to distance himself from the criminal defense work that he and his firm perform. Because of his work in criminal defense, Nelson should know you can run, but you can never hide.
Two more mail drops for Lorri Galloway in the 4th Supervisor’s race. The first is from the Orange County Labor Federation and continues with the theme of Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!
Here is the latest mail piece sent out by Lorri Gallowayâ€™s campaign for 4th district Supervisor. Her mailer focuses on the need for job creation, accomplishments in job creation in Anaheim during her time on the city council, and her support for new jobs in the future if elected as Supervisor for the 4th district.…
Tonight the OCYD will be doing endorsements for all the constitutional statewide races, the local legislative races and the County Supervisor race. I am looking forward to supporting Councilwoman Janice Hahn tonight in her run for Lieutenant Governor. Please read below for all the details:
The Fourth District Supervisor’s race has given me a bit of heart burn the past few weeks. As most people have guessed, I was leaning heavily in support of Clerk-Recorder Tom Daly for the Supervisor’s seat vacated by “Cuckoo for Coco Puffs” Chris Norby. When Tom dropped that campaign I was left with several choices,…