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Loretta Sanchez Endorses Jose Solorio for State Senate

Jose Solorio

Hot off the press:  Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez issued a formal endorsement for Jose Solorio as her choice in the 34th State Senate District.  Sanchez’s endorsement is key in the district which includes a large portion of Congresswoman Sanchez’s district. Congresswoman Sanchez’s district includes all or parts of Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Anaheim and Orange. “I’m…

Who Will Be Santa Ana’s Next Mayor?

Claudia Alvarez and Miguel Pulido

There’s a considerable amount of speculation that longtime Santa Ana mayor Miguel Pulido just might sit this fall’s election to focus on the FPPC investigation into the Mayor’s questionable real estate dealings. I’ll believe it when I see it, but should Pulido drop out, there’s no shortage of candidates who seek to replace him.

Solorio Garners New Endorsements for State Senate Race

Assemblyman Jose Solorio

State Senate Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg has endorsed Community College Trustee, and former State Assemblyman, Jose Solorio in his campaign bid for the open 34th State Senate district seat in Orange County and Long Beach. Steinberg plans to make the race a Senate Democratic Caucus top candidate priority for this 2014 election cycle.

Solorio adds Key Labor Endorsements for State Senate Run

Assemblyman Jose Solorio

From a press release from State Senate candidate Jose Solorio: Solorio Receives Early and Important Labor Endorsements for his 2014 Senate Race These endorsements, plus a $450,000 campaign warchest, position Solorio as strong candidate in the 34th Senate District Santa Ana, CA – Community College Trustee Jose Solorio announces he has received an important statewide…

California Supreme Court rejects challenges to Senate, Congress maps

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From SacBee Capitol Alert: The California Supreme Court today rejected legal challenges to the state’s new Senate and congressional maps. The two separate lawsuits were rejected by identical 7-0 votes, said Lynn Holton, court spokeswoman. The court’s decision ended the first hurdle to implementing boundary lines that were drawn this year, for the first time,…