In an afternoon press conference yesterday, Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens publicly announced that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer on November 9th.
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The Orange County Register reported yesterday that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected the arguments of Corona’s attorneys that his conviction and sentence to 5 1/2 years in federal prision was flawed and should be overturned. The couirt…
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“Due to the close proximity of Election Day coupled with our independent expenditure efforts it is legally unadvisable to interact or coordinate with the candidate at this time. AOCDS-PAC will conclude its review of all information as well as discuss any concerns with the candidate as soon as practicable following the June 8, 2010 election.”
by Bill Spaulding • • 4 Comments
Yesterday I was given the opportunity to interview Sheriff Sandra Hutchens. So, I was given an hour with our Sheriff. We covered several topics. The hot button item of Concealed Weapons Permits (CCW) was one. I guess it’s inevitable, given the drama around her decision to review who had been given them.
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When the Orange County Register announced that it was dropping its life-long policy of not endorsing individual candidates I suspected the the logic applied to their process might be a bit flawed. I did not expect them to throw common…
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R. Scott Moxley over at OCWeekly reports that; Multiple sources say that the Santa Ana Police Officers Association has yanked its endorsement of Orange County sheriff’s candidate Bill Hunt. The union’s president, Joe Perez, did not return phone calls for…
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UPDATED: A new poll from Lewis Consulting shows that incumbent Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens is locked in a dead heat with challenger Bill Hunt, a retired sheriff deputy. Hutchens polled at 21 percent, followed closely by Hunt at 20 percent in a sampling of 400 voters taken between April 23-26.