Tag Archive for Pam Keller

No Pie for Amante

Councilwoman Deborah Gavello -Tustin

It’s not even July 4th but there were plenty of fireworks in Tustin at last Tuesday’s city council meeting.  Gentle readers, I direct you to the video of said meeting here and scroll ahead to abut the 44 minute mark to listen to Councilwoman Deborah Gavello’s comments directed at fellow Council member Jerry Amante, and…

Three Slates of Candidates for the Fullerton Recall?

Now that recall petitions have been certified in Fullerton for the recall of three conservative Republican city council members in Fullerton, we anticipate three distinct slates of candidates to emerge.  The first is simply the No Recall slate that aims to keep council members Dick Jones, Pat McKinley and Don Bankhead in power on the…

Anonymous Bloggers for Nelson

Shawn (“BS” or “Dye Job”) Nelson has secured the prestigious endorsement of an anonymous blogger from the Fullerton’s Lowest Common Denominator” blog. In the classic, “psst, hey buddy….this is the guy you should vote for style,” the blogger “Grover Cleveland” has come out strong for Mr. Half Nelson.

Pam Keller won’t run for re-election in Fullerton

Fullerton city council member Pam Keller has decided not to run for re-election to the Fullerton City Council in November according to the Orange County Register. In a County where Democrats are in the minority, and effective elected Democrats like Keller in even shorter supply, this news is troubling to us at The Liberal OC. …

Leave Candidates’ Families Alone

As people are aware, I am not the biggest fan of Lorri Galloway nor am I a fan of her stunt of carpetbagging into the 4th Supervisorial District in order to exact her grudge match with Tom Daly and Lou Correa. I think it was ridiculous to move to a “house” not zoned for residential.…

Daly releases first round of endorsements for Supervisor

“I am humbled to earn the support of so many respected local leaders,” said Daly. “As County Clerk-Recorder and former Mayor of Anaheim, I’ve built a reputation as a strong fiscal conservative and a problem-solver who delivers results. I will bring this common sense approach to the County Board of Supervisors.”