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Big Night for Democrats in OC

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For the fist time, Democrats beat Republicans in voter turnout for a primary election in Orange County and there were several surprises with last night’s primary results.  Here’s a quick snapshot below: Polls tightened in California between Secretary Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders leading up to Tuesday night’s election.  With the Associated Press calling…

FPPC Complaint Filed Against Tony Bushala

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A formal complaint has been filed with the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) against Fullerton developer Tony Bushala for his IEs against State Senate candidate Sukhee Kang. You can read the entire complaint here. The gist of the complaint is really nothing new; Bushala typically doesn’t properly disclose the full details of his IEs or…

FPPC Poised to Fine Fullerton Developer Tony Bushala Over 2012 Mailer

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The Fair Political Practices Commission will decide next week whether to fine Fullerton developer Tony Bushala, the former blogger for Friends for Fullerton’s Future, $2,000 over irregularities in a political mail issued in the 2012 election designed to hurt Fullerton City Council member Jan Flory. In the meeting next week, the Commission will review what really is…

Bushala’s Baaaaccckkkk; Anti-Kang Website Debuts

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Former Friends for Fullerton’s Future (FFFFF) blogger Tony Bushala, best known for a brief success and then failure to take over the Fullerton City Council, has reared his ugly blogsphere noggin with a new anti-Suhkee Kang blog and website.  Tony’s complaint?  Kang, a candidate for State Senate in SD-29, is a carpetbagger.  Of course, if you look in the…

Flory Thanks Fullerton Voters

Dear Angels, WE DID IT!  Last Wednesday, the Registrar of Voters certified the election results and I squeaked past Travis Kiger by 29 votes.  Bill is now calling me “Landslide Jan”.  No matter, our task was to take out a well-funded incumbent, and we did it.  Many of us are breathing a sigh of relief…