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Sharon Quirk-Silva gains support from Anaheim School Leaders

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 FULLERTON, CA—Classroom teacher and 65th Assembly District candidate Sharon Quirk-Silva today announced endorsements from five Anaheim school trustees. Anaheim City School Trustees David Robert (D.R.) Heywood, Ryan Ruelas, and Dr. José Moreno (ret.), and Anaheim Union High School District Trustees Al Jabbar and Anne Marie Randle-Trejo have all signed on to Quirk-Silva’s bid to return…

Daly & Correa Back Quirk-Silva for Assembly

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Classroom teacher and 65th Assembly District candidate Sharon Quirk-Silva today announced receiving endorsements from two of Orange County’s most respected legislators, Sen. Lou Correa, (ret.) and Assemblyman Tom Daly.   Correa served in the Assembly from 1998 to 2004 and the California State Senate from 2006-2014. Daly, the former mayor of Anaheim, represents the 69th Assembly…

Murdock Launches Congressional Bid for CD-39 Targeting Royce

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Former Brea Mayor and councilmember Brett Murdock today announced he is running for Congress, challenging a seat held by Rep. Ed Royce in CD-39.  Murdock was considering a run for State Senate, but will give Congress a try instead. Here’s the announcement: Brett Murdock, a lifelong Orange County resident, attorney, professor, small business owner, and…

A Stronger Democratic Party Emerges from the State Convention

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Any gathering of the Democratic Party always resembles a family reunion.  There’s a lot of joy at seeing your friends and there’s always some little incident that takes place that distracts from the bigger picture, but thanks to our photographer Lou Delgado, you can enjoy these pictures of this weekend’s festivities. The photos accompanying the…

The case for Sukhee Kang in SD-29

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While the news of Sukhee Kang’s candidacy for SD-29 broke last week might be old (I was out of town on business all last week; sorry readers), I hope to shed a little light on his announcement. Kang led Irvine through the toughest years of the Bush-recession as Mayor.  The city of Irvine used a…