Tag Archive for Tustin

BRIAN FORDE – “OBAMA’S TUSTIN TECHIE” – ANNOUNCES CONGRESSIONAL RUN FOR HOMETOWN SEAT

In July, technology entrepreneur and former Obama Senior Advisor, Brian Forde, announced his run for Congress in California’s 45th District. “Virtually every challenge we face today — economic growth, national security, cybersecurity, healthcare, personal privacy, climate change, and retirement security — is intertwined with technology,” said Forde. “And yet, very few members of Congress understand…

Screaming at Mimi; Protests at Rep. Walters Office on Extreme Vetting and Healthcare

Rep. Mimi Walters (CD-45) might want to put more chairs out in her Orange County offices because protesters are going to be showing up on a regular basis. The next such appointment is Tuesday afternoon (1/31) with constituents very upset about the Congresswoman’s support of President Trump’s illegal and unconstitutional ban on Immigrants and Refugees…

Building Bridges in Tustin is What Clark is All About

At the Tustin City Council candidate’s forum Tuesday night, council member Allan Bernstein “jokingly” said he wants to build a wall between Tustin and Irvine and “Irvine will pay for that wall.”  Nice to know another pro-Trump Republican has outed himself and Tustin deserves better than this. As an Irvine resident with a business in…

Exclusive: Lalloway won’t run for Assembly

TheLiberalOC has learned that Irvine Mayor Pro Tem Jeff Lalloway will not run for AD-68 if State Rep Don Wagner wins a special election for for State Senate. Lalloway cited the young age of his two daughters and desire to remain close to his family in Irvine as a principal reason.  Lalloway told TheLiberalOC Friday…

Angels Talk to FivePoint as Stadium Appraisal Released

The Los Angeles Times reports that representatives from the Los Angeles Angels met with representatives of FivePoint, the developer of Irvine’s Great Park, on a possible stadium site for the Angels near the El Toro Y.  Of course, both sides are saying nothing other than a meeting took place, but the LA Times has more…