The New Republic, a publication with a slant to the left, has a story in the current issue that gives full credit to progressives and Governor Jerry Brown for saving California from Republicans who can ony vote “no” on anything.…
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Quirk-Silva holds a 1004 vote lead in the preliminary vote count. If her lead holds, Sharon Quirk-Silva will have scored the big democratic upset of the night
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The Orange County Register reported yesterday on the attempted exit from the race by the lone Republican in the race, Jose “Joe” Moreno. It seems that Mr. Moreno’s candidacy poses a problem for his employer, the County of Orange Social Services Agency.
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Santa Ana City Councilwoman Michele Martinez had a rough day on Thursday after being overheard talking about Independent Expenditures she had presonally secured from the Pala Indian Tribe for her struggling Assembly campaign. Her comments serve as a bullet and her mouth the smoking gun.
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A Pre-Endorsement Conference will be held for democratic candidates seeking the endorsement of the California Democratic Party on Saturday, January 21st. This is the first step in the pre-primary endorsement process for candidates running for state and federal legislative office representing Orange County districts.
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SANTA ANA — The problem for local government entities with transparency is that if you don’t operate transparently all the time, people tend to dig around to figure out what you’re up to. In the tragic case of the Banana…
by Dan Chmielewski • • 9 Comments
State Assemblyman Don Wagner said Friday that if Governor Jerry Brown pushed forth an 18 month extension of the taxes instead of the five year plan Brown wants, the Governor would likely get the Republican votes he needs although Wagner…