Tag Archive for Trung Nguyen

A Personal Response to a Personal Attack

Sean Mill and I are friends. I know that sentence makes some of my co-bloggers here uneasy at best and angry at worst. I’ve never had a problem with Sean and I don’t think he’s had one with me. And even after we get through this post, I expect we’ll still be on speaking terms. And if we’re not, c’est la vie. But his post on the OJBlog yesterday warrants a response. The post is a “criticism” on Claudio W. Gallegos’ post about Ceci Iglesias’ campaign for Congress in CD-47 where it appears she’s being placed to draw votes from Rep. Loretta Sanchez.

Election Night Upset In Garden Grove

Well here’s one that not many people expected. Community organizer Robin Marcario has managed to pull off a surprising victory in the race for Garden Grove City Council. Robin was outspent by Steve Jones, Andrew Do, Linh Ho and Trung Nguyen to place second in the contest behind Incumbent Steve Jones. The smart money in…

Big Trouble for the Emperor of Little Saigon

The Emperor I refer to is of course, the current reigning Assemblyman from the 68th Assembly District Van Tran. Radio, in particular talk radio, is big in the Vietnamese-American community. The airwaves over Little Saigon are some of the most politically charged in the country. Sean Hannity, Bill O’Riley, Rush Limbaugh, and Air America have…

Trung’s Signs and others on Temple Grounds

I’ve written previously about Trung Nguyen and his failure to understand that campaign signs don’t belong on temple grounds. Seems he still doesn’t get it. Maybe it’s blind ambition or just arrogance that allows him to use these temples and risk their tax status for his political gain. But it also looks like it’s not…

Garden Grove Voters Trash Mail from Trung and Jones

Garden Grove, CA — This morning at the main post office in Garden Grove, voters were contributing to their own informal poll by tossing political mailers in the branch’s trash bins. The overwhelming numbers of Trung Nguyen and Steve Jones mailers may be an indication of voter preferences. A few Andrew Do mailers were also…