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BREAKING NEWS: Sal Tinajero Also Pulls Papers For Santa Ana Mayor

Posted by Chris Emami on July 30, 2012

The Santa Ana Mayoral race is one Councilmember away from a Brown Act violation at debates with Councilman Sal Tinajero also pulling papers to run for Santa Ana Mayor. This comes on the heels of Councilman David Benavides announcing this morning that he is running for Mayor.

We were tipped off on this just a few minutes ago from a reliable source and will continue to update readers as more information becomes available.

3 Responses to “BREAKING NEWS: Sal Tinajero Also Pulls Papers For Santa Ana Mayor”

  1. junior said

    Probably to split the anti-Pulido vote.

  2. Repulsed said

    Gee, and just a week ago Fat Sal stated at the council meeting he was “just too busy” with his school debate team duties, to be on an important council committee. Was he lying then, or is he lying now about intending to run a legitimate campaign. Either way he’s a liar!

  3. You can’t stop something if it isn’t being done. Corporations don’t use payroll deductions for political purposes they take money from profits– away from stockholders. This has no effect on corporate special interest, Corporate Super PACs, Corporate CEOs or Billionaire businesses contributing unlimited amounts to campaigns. These are the same Corporations that outsource our jobs. Corporate Special interests outspend unions 15-1.
    What’s at stake? overtime pay, work schedules, meal breaks, nurse patient ratios, work place health and safety laws, vacation days, sick leave to name a few. Take a peek at how these same businesses treat their employees in Saipan. In the Philippines 68 us dollars a month for 50 hr week and no worker benefits that we take for granted. Screw 32.

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