Tag Archive for Rep. Loretta Sanchez

Rep. John Lewis Talks Civil Rights at CSUF

In recognition of Black History Month, the Center for Oral and Public History, CSUF, welcomed U.S. Rep. John R. Lewis to the Fullerton Arboretum. “Maybe our fore-mothers and fore-fathers all came to this land in different ships, but we’re all in the same boat now;” said Lewis.

US Energy Department Taps Great Park for 2013 Solar Decathlon

This announcement came in and we had to post because it’s great news about The Great Park and great news about the Federal Government’s committment to alternative and renewable energy and hopefully will rub the climate change deniers on the Register’s editorial pages to do some homework about climate change that isn’t based on research…

A Matter of Trust

The enormity of the Kindee Durkee scandal still hasn’t completely sunk in. A number of elected Democrats and Democratic candidates are still assessing the damage to their accounts. But for Durkee, the damage is done. The local newspapers are doing a great job covering the story and each day’s newest detail is as shocking as…

Loretta Sanchez Gets Married

On Saturday, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez tied the knot with Jack Einwechter, a retired Army Colonel, in a private Santa Ana ceremony. The nuptials were presided over by Federal Court Judge Davis O. Carter.

Technology Leadership PAC names Kirsten Mangers to Leadership Post

  Kirsten Mangers, the founder of WebVisible, has been named the new chair for the Technology Leadership PAC. Mangers is a pioneer in the Web-based marketing industry and has received numerous awards for her leadership at Irvine-based WebVisible.  She was one of the business/technology leaders who supported Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez at a press conference last…

Rep. Loretta Sanchez to serve as Ranking Member of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Strategic Forces

I am honored that my Democratic colleagues on the Armed Services Committee have selected me to serve as Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces,” said Rep. Sanchez. “There is perhaps no greater responsibility than ensuring our nation is properly prepared for a potential missile or nuclear attack. I look forward to working with Chairman McKeon, Ranking Member Smith, and Subcommittee Chair Turner as we look for new, more effective ways to assess and protect against threats to America’s security.”