In a targeted mailer, Keith Curry notifies the 74th AD/48th CD overlay that he has received the endorsement of Congressman Dana Rohrabacher.
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Posted by Chris Nguyen on March 22, 2014
We’re live from the CRA endorsing convention, part 2. The first part was on March 1. Click here for the results from March 1, when endorsements in SD-36, AD-73, AD-74, Supe-2, and Supe-5 were made (CD-45 was deadlocked between Mimi Walters and John Moorlach). This March 22 meeting is to consider races not considered on March 1.
45TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
9:24 AM: In light of John Moorlach dropping out, the delegates voted to suspend the rules to reconsider CD-45.
9:25 AM: Greg Raths speaks about his military service and his family. He speaks about the national debt. He speaks about Mimi Walters’s endorsements and says he has 63 volunteers walking precincts.
9:28 AM: Benita Gagne asks if Raths would vote to impeach Obama.
9:29 AM: Raths says jobs, the economy, education, and repealing Obamacare are more important.
9:31 AM: Tom Pollitt asked Raths about debates in CD-45 and the Taxpayer Protection Pledge.
9:32 AM: Raths says Walters has declined to debate, and he says she voted for a $2.3 billion tax increase.
9:48 AM: After the first round, the vote is Mimi Walters 11, Greg Raths 8, and no endorsement 2. This goes to a second round of voting.
9:55 AM: The second round vote total was not announced, but no one got 2/3 to get an endorsed.
9:56 AM: Raths notes that he is the only candidate who was able to sign his own nomination papers because he actually lives in the district. He says he wants to represent his friends, family, and neighbors. He calls Walters a career politician. He speaks about his military career and his family. He says he is 110% pro-life. He says Walters broke her pledge to not raise taxes. He says CRA should break from the New Majority crowd to endorse him, not Walters.
10:14 AM: There is no endorsement with 10 for Walters, 8 for Raths, and 1 for no endorsement.
NO CD-45 ENDORSEMENT
39TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
9:38 AM: Congressman Ed Royce was endorsed unanimously for re-election in CD-39.
46TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
9:39 AM: Carlos Vazquez speaks about his family fleeing from Cuba. He speaks about reducing regulations, cutting taxes, improving education, supporting charter schools, and repealing Obamacare.
9:43 AM: John Cullum speaks about increasing local control and not being in awe of elected officials. He says he spoke with Loretta Sanchez and told her that she has been in office too long, and she was shocked that he said that in her office, which he calls “the people’s office.” He says he supports jobs, solving healthcare, and improving the economy. He says he will work across party lines.
9:46 AM: Benita Gagne asks about why he supports the removal of the pro-life plank of the Republican Party platform.
9:47 AM: Cullum says he is pro-life, but that he wants to stop alienating people from the Republican Party.
34TH SENATE DISTRICT
10:00 AM: Janet Nguyen thanks CRA members for their help electing Andy Vidak and Kevin Faulconer. She says CRA will help win SD-34 to break the Democratic supermajority. She speaks out against SCA 5, a Democratic proposal to partially overturn Prop 209. She speaks of her family’s immigration to the U.S. She speaks about non-discrimination and the importance of treating people of all races equally. She says Cuong Cao, Westminster CRA President, told her he would oppose her in every election because she is married to a non-Vietnamese person (Tom Bonikowski). Nguyen calls for non-discrimination and party unity.
10:04 AM: A delegate asks if she believes life begins at conception.
10:05 AM: Nguyen says she is pro-life. Rape and incest are her only exceptions.
10:06 AM: Cao says Nguyen should not show up in the Vietnamese community with her non-Vietnamese husband.
10:07 AM: Nguyen reiterates her prior comments on race.
10:07 AM: Joy Neugebauer asks about Prop 13.
10:08 AM: Nguyen says she opposes the split roll. She says she supports Prop 13. She says she opposes eminent domain and supports property rights.
10:09 AM: Jim Cunneen asks how she will bring manufacturing business to SD-34.
10:09 AM: Nguyen says she would support cutting burdensome job-killing regulations and incentivize job creation.
10:10 AM: Pham speaks about immigrating to the U.S. He says he is a problem solver. He says NASA turned to Long Pham. He says Pete Wilson turned to Long Pham. He says when they need nuclear clean-up, they turned to Long Pham. He says he was elected to the Orange County Board of Education. He says his American Dream was shattered by the grand jury report on CalOptima. He was critical of her press conference with Ed Royce where he was not allowed to campaign (the press conference was about a piece of Royce legislation that was suggested by Nguyen).
10:14 AM: A delegate asks about Prop 13.
10:14 AM: He says he supports Prop 13.
10:15 AM: Chris Emami asks why Pham did not endorse CRA-endorsed candidate Robert Hammond for his old seat.
10:15 AM: Pham claims he did not endorse because he didn’t know who was running. (Editor’s Note: Filing closed just five days after Hammond entered the race.)
10:16 AM: A delegate asks Pham why he opposed Prop 32 at the CRA convention two years ago.
10:16 AM: Pham mumbled that he supported Prop 32. (Editor’s Note: That’s not true. I was at the CRA convention two years ago.)
10:16 AM: Nat Serslev asks if Pham attempted to misdirect Congressman Ed Royce about the exact location of the building when Royce arrived in the parking lot for the press conference.
10:16 AM: Pham denies it and accuses Royce and Nguyen of spreading lies.
10:29 AM: Janet Nguyen got 24 votes while Long Pham got 6 votes.
48TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
10:19 AM: Dana Rohrabacher is endorsed by unanimous consent.
47TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
10:22 AM: Voting begins on whether or not to endorse Andrew Whallon against Alan Lowenthal. Whallon is not present.
10:29 AM: Whallon got 15 votes while no endorsement got 5 votes.
49TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
10:23 AM: Darrell Issa is endorsed by unanimous consent.
COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, AREA 5
10:31 AM: Craig Alexander speaks about Liz Parker being a RINO who has voted against 4 of the last 5 charter schools. Alexander speaks about Lindholm’s conservative record on the Laguna Niguel Council. He speaks of her endorsement by Robert Ming, the CRA-endorsed candidate for Supervisor. Alexander speaks of Parker’s liberalism. Alexander notes that Lindholm is endorsed by the two conservatives Orange County Board of Education Members, Robert Hammond and Ken Williams. Alexander hopes that both Linda Lindholm and Tom Pollitt will be elected to change the conservative minority into a conservative supermajority.
10:42 AM: Lindholm got 13 votes while no endorsement got 1 vote.
65TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT
10:36 AM: David Shawver speaks of Young Kim’s conservatism. Shawver speaks about Kim’s election being critical to breaking the Democratic supermajority.
10:45 AM: Young Kim was endorsed with 27 votes. It was unanimous.
68TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT
10:41 AM: Don Wagner is endorsed for re-election by unanimous consent.
69TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT
10:48 AM: Cecilia Iglesias receives 7 votes while no endorsement got 1 vote.
72ND ASSEMBLY DISTRICT
10:58 AM: Travis Allen receives 21 votes while no endorsement got 4 votes.
COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, AREA 2
10:50 AM: Tom Pollitt speaks about the importance of improving children’s education. Pollitt speaks about the literally hundreds of charter schools in Los Angeles County and San Diego County. Pollitt notes his opponent voted for 1 of the last five charter schools. Pollitt wants to support charter schools that help children’s education. Pollitt says he opposes Common Core and supports local control. Pollitt says he supports limited government, personal responsibility, and family values. He notes his endorsements by Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, Supervisor John Moorlach, Mayor Jim Righeimer, Councilman Robert Ming, and Orange County Board of Education Members Robert Hammond and Ken Williams.
10:53 AM: Phil Morello asks about Pollitt’s experience and whether his election matters.
10:54 AM: Pollitt speaks of being chairman of his school board and serving on another school’s board of directors. He says currently there is a 3-2 majority, so his election and Linda Lindholm’s election will flip it to a 4-1 majority the other way.
11:08 AM: Pollitt received 31 votes while David Boyd received 3 votes.
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE OFFICE #35
10:59 AM: Jeff Ferguson speaks about being a senior deputy district attorney. He says he is a constitutionalist. He says he believes in the 2nd Amendment, and he is pro-property rights. He says he opposes including foreign law in California courts.
11:01 AM: Craig Alexander notes that judicial candidates cannot speak about specific rulings, but they can answer questions about their political beliefs.
11:03 AM: A delegate asks about the philosophy of holding constitutional officers should be held to their oaths of office.
11:04 AM: He says, of course. He says he has upheld up his oath as a Senior Deputy District Attorney.
11:05 AM: A delegate asks about his beliefs on abortion.
11:05 AM: Ferguson says he believes life begins at conception.
11:06 AM: He says he’s served three decades as a prosecutor and did 80 trials in his first three years. He says his opponent has 17 years as a federal prosecutor before becoming a Superior Court Commissioner and only did 15 trials.
11:07 AM: Ferguson endorsed by standing vote with only 1 in opposition.
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE OFFICE #14
11:10 AM: Fred Fascenelli went to Villa Park High School, Chapman College, and Western State Law School. He holds a patent. He launched a small business after law school. He speaks of the wide variety of fields of law he’s practiced in. He served as a mediator for the Better Business Bureau for five years.
11:12 AM: Craig Alexander asks about his belief about the Constitution being a living document or being based on original intent.
11:13 AM: Fascenelli says the Constitution should be considered a living, breathing document. He says we need to look at core values and intended purpose of the Constitution.
11:14 AM: Alexander says Fascenelli claimed it was inappropriate to answer the question of when life begins.
11:15 AM: Fascenelli says life begins at the molecular level.
11:15 AM: Tom Pollitt asks about standing on the principles of the constitution.
11:16 AM: Fascenelli says the Commerce Clause has been perverted.
11:35 AM: Fred Fascenelli got 12 votes, Kevin Haskins got 21 (despite not being present), and no endorsement got 22 votes.
11:48 AM: Fascenelli asks if anyone has any questions but is ruled out of order. Fascenelli then says he’s been a businessman who understands what small businesses face from the law.
12:08 PM: Fascenelli receives 15 votes, Haskins received 23 votes, while no endorsement received 15 votes.
12:12 PM: He speaks of his family, including his wife who is on the Villa Park City Council. He speaks of being a lifelong Republican. He has visited a number of foreign courts and believes the U.S. has the best legal system in the world.
12:22 PM: Fascenelli gets 13 votes, Haskins gets 28 votes, and no endorsement gets 11 votes.
NO JUDGE #14 ENDORSEMENT
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE OFFICE #20
11:24 AM: Helen Hayden speaks about her knowledge of not just courtrooms, but contracts too. She speaks of her experience with various corportate and contract law areas. She says she is running against Judge Derek Johnson, who was appointed by Gray Davis, because Johnson was admonished by a judicial panel for arguing that a woman’s body shuts down during a rape and that the victim didn’t fight back.
11:27 AM: Steve Sarkis asks if there was any judicial investigation.
11:27 AM: Hayden says the Commission on Judicial Performance admonished Johnson. Johnson told the commission that his own remarks were the prosecutor’s fault because Johnson was frustrated with the prosecutor.
11:28 AM: Baron Night asks about her thoughts on original intent versus living document for the Constitution.
11:28 AM: Hayden says she will rule based on the four corners of the Constitution.
11:50 AM: Hayden receives 54 votes while no endorsement got 4 votes.
11:41 AM: Claude Parrish speaks about the Assessor’s duties. He speaks about how OC property tax appeals have increased from 8,000 to 25,080 under the incumbent. Parrish speaks about his experience at the Board of Equalization.
11:43 AM: Craig Alexander abstains because he is on the Assessment Appeals Board, but Pam Alexander asks about Prop 8 (the tax one, not the same-sex marriage one) and Prop 13.
11:44 AM: Parrish speaks about Prop 8 property tax assessed value reductions, assessment appeals, and his endorsement by the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association.
11:47 AM: Parrish endorsed unanimously, except for Craig Alexander’s abstention.
11:53 AM: Eric Woolery speaks about what the Auditor-Controller does. He thanks the CRA for its endorsement in his previous successful race for OC Board of Education. He speaks of casting his first vote for Ronald Reagan in 1984. He speaks of his background as a private sector CPA, a County department budget administrator, and Orange Treasurer.
11:54 AM: Steve Sarkis asks about liberal groups attacking Woolery like they have in the past.
11:54 AM: Woolery assumes so but has heard nothing. He notes his other opponents are County bureaucrats.
11:55 AM: A delegate asks if this is an open seat.
11:55 AM: Woolery confirms that it is.
11:56 AM: A delegate asks a question on unfunded pension liability.
11:56 AM: Woolery talks about his experience and his calculations of unfunded liability as Orange Treasurer.
11:57 AM: Don Gilchrist notes he trusted Woolery to do the Gilchrist family’s taxes.
11:58 AM: Woolery endorsed by unanimous standing vote.
11:59 AM: Hugh Nguyen is the son of an American soldier and a Vietnamese woman. He is married to his high school sweetheart, a Latina. He speaks about his 14 years of experience in the Clerk-Recorder’s office. He speaks of his numerous fiscal reforms since becoming Clerk-Recorder.
12:02 PM: Steve Sarkis speaks about Nguyen’s vast improvements since taking over the Clerk-Recorder.
12:03 PM: Nguyen speaks about his Saturday openings, online appointments for marriages and passports, extended hours on Wednesday.
12:04 PM: Craig Alexander asks if Gary Pritchard (one of Nguyen’s opponents) is a liberal Democrat, who opposed both Prop 8 and Mimi Walters and is part of the liberal Capo Unified majority.
12:04 PM: Nguyen says he doesn’t know much about Pritchard. Nguyen speaks about more of his reforms in the Clerk-Recorder’s office to combat real estate fraud.
12:07 PM: Hugh Nguyen is endorsed unanimously.
12:09 PM: All but 3 vote to endorse Tony Rackauckas.
12:10 PM: All but 12 vote to endorse Sandra Hutchens.
12:11 PM: All but 5 vote to endorse Shari Friedenrich.
12:24 PM: CRA June endorsements are completed.
Posted in 34th Senate District, 39th Congressional District, 45th Congressional District, 46th Congressional District, 47th Congressional District, 48th Congressional District, 49th Congressional District, 65th Assembly District, 68th Assembly District, 69th Assembly District, 72nd Assembly District, Orange County Board of Education | 2 Comments »
Posted by Chris Nguyen on March 19, 2014
I’ve had several people ask me what the candidate order for the June ballot will be.
California law requires a lottery to determine the order of candidates on the ballot. Why does this law exist? Studies of the primacy effect showed the candidate at the top of the ballot gains as much as a 5% increase in votes. Consequently, in 1975, California legislators adopted a law mandating an end to the alphabetical listing of candidates (likely to the chagrin of Sam Aanestad and Dick Ackerman but the joy of Mary Young and Ed Zschau) and requiring a lottery before each election.
The Secretary of State’s candidate order lottery has determined the alphabet for the June primary to be ROYWBMCKVTFUQPIHDAJNEXGSZL.
Nowhere was the result more dramatic than the 48th Congressional District. In all of Orange County, the candidate who came in absolutely last was Wendy Brooks Leece (R), who is challenging Dana Rohrabacher‘s (R) bid for re-election. Coincidentally, the candidate who came in first among all Orange County candidates was none other than Rohrabacher.
For multicounty Congressional seats, statewide seats, and Board of Equalization, they will rotate in each Assembly District.
Ed Royce (R) would have come in ahead of Rohrabacher if it weren’t for the fact that Royce’s multi-county district doesn’t get to use the Secretary of State’s drawing, instead using the Assembly District rotation. Since Royce has only one opponent, Peter O. Anderson (D), the two of them will flip-flop throughout the Assembly Districts of the 39th Congressional District.
For multicounty state legislative seats, the Registrar of Voters in each County does another lottery. The candidate order lottery for the Orange County portions has determined the alphabet to be FQMTPUSZJRIBOVCAEKNYWXHLDG.
In the 55th Assembly District, Gregg Fritchle (D) is first (with F being the first overall letter), followed by Steve Tye (R), Ling-Ling Chang (R), and Phillip Chen (R). No alphabet sequence was closer than Chang and Chen. Where C and H drew was irrelevant for Chang and Chen; it was where A and E finished that matters. This was a photo finish: A was the 16th letter drawn while E was the 17th letter. Chang and Chen also possess the two largest warchests of anyone running for the Assembly in Orange County (incumbents included). AD-55 has all the makings of a highly competitive race, and it’s almost like the candidate order lottery reflects that (though obviously the candidate order lottery’s results are just a coincidence).
On a side note, you would think that with electronic voting now, the names could be randomized for every poll voter (obviously, we’d still need the lottery for absentee voters).
Posted in 48th Congressional District, 55th Assembly District, California | Tagged: Dana Rohrabacher, Dick Ackerman, Ed Royce, Ed Zschau, Gregg Fritchle, Ling-Ling Chang, Mary Young, Peter O. Anderson, Phillip Chen, Sam Aanestad, Steve Tye, Wendy Brooks Leece, Wendy Leece | 1 Comment »
Posted by Chris Emami on March 23, 2013
A reader just sent me a new database that included some elected officials that I forgot about the first time around. These offices would be Congress, Senate, and Assembly which I cannot believe I forgot. Take a look at the short but informative database of these elected officials that represent at least a portion of Orange County.
Here you go:
|UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 38th DISTRICT||Linda Sanchez||(D)||2014|
|UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 39th DISTRICT||Ed Royce||(R)||2014|
|UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 45th DISTRICT||John Campbell||(R)||2014|
|UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 46th DISTRICT||Loretta Sanchez||(D)||2014|
|UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 47th DISTRICT||Alan Lowenthal||(D)||2014|
|UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 48th DISTRICT||Dana Rohrabacher||(R)||2014|
|UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE 49th DISTRICT||Darrell Issa||(R)||2014|
|STATE SENATE 29th DISTRICT||Bob Huff||(R)||2016|
|STATE SENATE 30th DISTRICT||Ron Calderon||(D)||2014|
|STATE SENATE 34th DISTRICT||Lou Correa||(D)||2014|
|STATE SENATE 36th DISTRICT||Mark Wyland||(R)||2014|
|STATE SENATE 37th DISTRICT||Mimi Walters||(R)||2016|
|STATE ASSEMBLY 55th DISTRICT||Curt Hagman||(R)||2014|
|STATE ASSEMBLY 65th DISTRICT||Sharon Quirk-Silva||(D)||2014|
|STATE ASSEMBLY 68th DISTRICT||Don Wagner||(R)||2014|
|STATE ASSEMBLY 69th DISTRICT||Tom Daly||(D)||2014|
|STATE ASSEMBLY 72nd DISTRICT||Travis Allen||(R)||2014|
|STATE ASSEMBLY 73rd DISTRICT||Diane Harkey||(R)||2014|
|STATE ASSEMBLY 74th DISTRICT||Allan Mansoor||(R)||2014|
Posted in 29th Senate District, 34th Senate District, 36th Senate District, 37th Senate District, 38th Congressional District, 39th Congressional District, 45th Congressional District, 46th Congressional District, 47th Congressional District, 48th Congressional District, 49th Congressional District, 55th Assembly District, 65th Assembly District, 68th Assembly District, 69th Assembly District, 72nd Assembly District, 73rd Assembly District, 74th Assembly District, State Assembly, State Senate | Tagged: Alan Lowenthal, Allan Mansoor, Bob Huff, Curt Hagman, Dana Rohrabacher, Darrell Issa, Diane Harkey, Don Wagner, Ed Royce, Joel Anderson, John Campbell, Linda Sanchez, Loretta Sanchez, Lou Correa, Mimi Walters, Sharon Quirk-Silva, Tom Daly, Travis Allen | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Chris Nguyen on January 3, 2013
In a far-too-brief summary of the fiscal cliff deal: income taxes increased on people making more than $400,000 (couples over $450,000), tax deductions phase out for individuals making more than $250,000 (couples over $300,000), payroll taxes increased on people making more than $50,000, the death tax was increased from 35% for estates over $5.12 million to 40% for estates over $5 million, the Earned Income Tax Credit was expanded, college tuition tax credits were extended for five years, and federal unemployment benefits were extended for a year.
The vote on the fiscal cliff provides an interesting illustration of the impact of redistricting on Orange County’s Congressional representation.
The old OC delegation voted 5-2 in favor of the fiscal cliff deal while the new OC delegation voted 4-3 against the fiscal cliff deal, with the new 8th member not yet seated.
More interestingly, the old districts had Republicans 3-2 in favor of the deal with the Democrats at 1-0 while the new districts have Republicans 3-1 against the deal with the Democrats at 2-0.
(Newly Elected Congressman Alan Lowenthal (D-Long Beach) will not take take office until later this morning.)
Congressmen Gary Miller (R-Diamond Bar) and Ken Calvert (R-Corona) represented portions of Orange County until yesterday but now represent exclusively Inland Empire districts. Miller and Calvert both voted for the fiscal cliff deal.
Posted in 38th Congressional District, 39th Congressional District, 45th Congressional District, 46th Congressional District, 47th Congressional District, 48th Congressional District, 49th Congressional District, National | Tagged: Alan Lowenthal, Dana Rohrabacher, Darrell Issa, Ed Royce, Gary Miller, John Campbell, Ken Calvert, Linda Sanchez, Loretta Sanchez | Leave a Comment »
Republican? Democrat? Independent? The Partisan Affiliations of Everyone Running for Everything in Orange County
Posted by Chris Nguyen on October 30, 2012
There’s been a lot of talk and mail about the partisan affiliations of candidates, so I’m providing the definitive guide of partisan affiliations for every candidate running for everything in Orange County in the November 6, 2012, general election. Whether they’re running for President of the United States or Director of the Silverado-Modjeska Canyon Recreation and Park District, we’ve got it all:
President and Vice President
Roseanne Barr/Cindy Sheehan – Peace and Freedom
Thomas Hoefling/Robert Ornelas – American Independent
Gary Johnson/James P. Gray – Libertarian
Barack Obama/Joe Biden – Democrat
Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan – Republican
Jill Stein/Cheri Honkala – Green
United States Senator
Elizabeth Emken – Republican
Dianne Feinstein – Democrat
United States Representative, 38th District
Linda T. Sánchez – Democrat
Benjamin Campos – Republican
United States Representative, 39th District
Jay Chen – Democrat
Ed Royce – Republican
United States Representative, 45th District
John Campbell – Republican
Sukhee Kang – Democrat
United States Representative, 46th District
Jerry Hayden – Republican
Loretta Sanchez – Democrat
United States Representative, 47th District
Gary DeLong – Republican
Alan Lowenthal – Democrat
United States Representative, 48th District
Dana Rohrabacher – Republican
Ron Varasteh – Democrat
United States Representative, 49th District
Darrell Issa – Republican
Jerry Tetalman – Democrat
State Senator, 29th District
Greg Diamond – Democrat
Robert “Bob” Huff – Republican
State Senator, 37th District
Mimi Walters – Republican
Steve Young – Democrat
Member of the State Assembly, 55th District
Gregg D. Fritchle – Democrat
Curt Hagman – Republican
Member of the State Assembly, 65th District
Chris Norby – Republican
Sharon Quirk-Silva – Democrat
Member of the State Assembly, 68th District
Christina Avalos – Democrat
Donald P. “Don” Wagner – Republican
Member of the State Assembly, 69th District
Tom Daly – Democrat
Jose “Joe” Moreno – Republican
Member of the State Assembly, 72nd District
Travis Allen – Republican
Troy Edgar – Republican
Member of the State Assembly, 73rd District
James Corbett – Democrat
Diane L. Harkey – Republican
Member of the State Assembly, 74th District
Allan R. Mansoor – Republican
Robert Rush – Democrat
Aliso Viejo City Council
Ross Chun – Democrat
Greg Ficke – Republican
Donald A. Garcia – No Party Preference
Mike Munzing – Republican
William A. “Bill” Phillips – Republican
Anaheim City Council
Jordan Brandman – Democrat
Brian Neil Chuchua – Republican
Rodolfo “Rudy” Gaona – Democrat
Lucille Kring – Republican
John Leos – Republican
Linda Linder – Republican
Steven Albert Chavez Lodge – Republican
Jennifer Rivera – Republican
Duane Roberts – Green
Brea City Council
Christine Marick – No Party Preference
Chris Parkin – Republican
Marty Simonoff – Republican
Tory Stone – Republican
Steven Vargas – Republican
Brea City Treasurer
Glenn G. Parker – Democrat
Buena Park City Council
Art Brown – Democrat
Paul D. Gonzales – Republican
Baron Night – Republican
Al Salehi – No Party Preference
Fred R. Smith – Republican
Michael Sohn – No Party Preference
Rod P. Williams – Democrat
Cristi Woodward – No Party Preference
Costa Mesa City Council
Sandra L. “Sandy” Genis – Republican
Colin McCarthy – Republican
Al Melone – No Party Preference
Steve Mensinger – Republican
Gary Monahan – Republican
James Rader – No Party Preference
John Stephens – Democrat
Harold Weitzberg – Democrat
Cypress City Council
Rob Johnson – Republican
Bijan Mohseni – Republican
Jay Sondhi – Republican
Mariellen Yarc – No Party Preference
Dana Point City Council
Norm Denton – Republican
Carlos N. Olvera – Republican
J. Scott Schoeffel – Republican
Ed Stevenson – Republican
Fountain Valley City Council
Cheryl Brothers – Republican
Steve A. Nagel – Republican
Duy T. Nguyen – Republican
Bryan J. Tice – American Independent
Patrick Tucker – Republican
Fullerton City Council
Rick Alvarez – Republican
Don Bankhead – Republican
Brian Bartholomew – No Party Preference
Jennifer Fitzgerald – Republican
Jan M. Flory – Democrat
Matthew Hakim – Democrat
Kitty Jaramillo – Democrat
Travis Kiger – Republican
Barry Levinson – Republican
Jane Rands – Green
Roberta Reid – No Party Preference
Bruce Whitaker – Republican
Mayor of Garden Grove
Bruce A. Broadwater – Democrat
Myke Cossota – Republican
Sherry Runnells Williams – Republican
James Torres Ybarra – Republican
Garden Grove City Council
Zack Barrett – Republican
Kris Beard – Democrat
Phat Bui – Republican
Steve Jones – Republican
Josh McIntosh – No Party Preference
Jenny Nguyen – No Party Preference
John R. O’Neill – Republican
Chris Phan – Republican
Huntington Beach City Council
Bruce J. Brandt – Republican
Tony James Carter – No Party Preference
Barbara Delgleize – Republican
Devin Dwyer – Republican
Jill Hardy – Democrat
Jim Katapodis – Republican
William “Billy” O’Connell – Republican
Erik Peterson – Republican
Alexander S. Polsky – Democrat
Tim Ryan – No Party Preference
Dave Sullivan – Republican
Bob Wentzel – Republican
Huntington Beach City Clerk
Joan L. Flynn – Republican
Huntington Beach City Treasurer
Alisa Cutchen – Republican
Mayor of Irvine
Larry Agran – Democrat
Steven S. Choi – Republican
Katherine Daigle – Republican
Irvine City Council
Evan Chemers – Republican
Gavin Huntley-Fenner – No Party Preference
Beth Krom – Democrat
Lynn Schott – Republican
Christina L. Shea – Republican
PK Wong – No Party Preference
Laguna Beach City Council
Steve Dicterow – Republican
Jane Egly – Democrat
Verna Rollinger – Democrat
Robert M. Ross – No Party Preference
Bob Whalen – Democrat
Laguna Beach City Clerk
Lisette Chel-Walker – Democrat
Laguna Beach City Treasurer
Laura Parisi – No Party Preference
Laguna Hills City Council
Raghu P. Mathur – Republican
Aj Djowharzadeh – Republican
Andrew Blount – Republican
Dore Gilbert – Republican
Bill Hunt – Republican
Laguna Niguel City Council
Laurie Davies – Republican
Tony English – Republican
Jerry McCloskey – Republican
Jerry Slusiewicz – Republican
Brad Barber – Republican
Laguna Woods City Council
Mara G. Hodgkins – Republican
Shari L. Horne – No Party Preference
Milton W. Robbins – Democrat
David Russell Ohrn – No Party Preference
Cynthia S. Conners – Democrat
Noel Hatch – Republican
Lake Forest City Council
Marcia Rudolph – Republican
Ken Carrell – Democrat
Kathy “Kathyz” Zechmeister – Republican
Adam Nick – Republican
Jim Gardner – Republican
Dwight Robinson – Republican
Terry D. Anderson – Republican
La Palma City Council
Robert Carruth – No Party Preference
Patricia “Pat” Craig – Republican
Sylvia Colannino Smith – Republican
Steve Shanahan – Democrat
Gerard Goedhart – Republican
Christine Barnes – Republican
Peter Kim – Republican
Los Alamitos City Council
Ken Stephens – Republican
Dean Grose – Republican
Demi Devaney – Democrat
Richard D. Murphy – Republican
Mission Viejo City Council
Richard W. Coleman – American Independent
Wendy Bucknum – Republican
Frank Ury – Republican
Desi J. Kiss – Republican
Cathy Schlicht – Republican
Ed Sachs – Republican
Newport Beach City Council, District 2
Anthony Petros – Republican
Newport Beach City Council, District 5
Edward D. Selich – Republican
Newport Beach City Council, District 7
Keith D. Curry – Republican
Mayor of Orange
Teresa “Tita” Smith – Democrat
Jon Dumitru – Republican
Orange City Council
Lawrence R. “Larry” Labrado – Democrat
Robert L. Douglas – Democrat
Ray Grangoff – Republican
Mike Alvarez – Republican
Brian A. Del Vecchio – Republican
Mark A. Murphy – Republican
Josh Nothom – Democrat
Richard Callahan – Republican
Orange City Clerk
Mary E. Murphy – Republican
Orange City Treasurer
George Small – Republican
Helen Y. Walker – Republican
Placentia City Council
Jeremy Yamaguchi – Republican
Alan D. Frank – Republican
Scott William Nelson – Republican
Constance “Connie” Underhill – Republican
Placentia City Treasurer
Greg Sowards – Republican
Craig Green – Republican
Rancho Santa Margarita City Council, 4-Year Full Term (2 Seats)
Kenney Hrabik – Republican
Carol Gamble – Republican
Tony Beall – Republican
Rancho Santa Margarita City Council, 2-Year Short Term (1 Seat)
Lawrence McCook – Republican
Glenn Acosta – Republican
Brad McGirr – Republican
San Clemente City Council
0 Robert “Bob” Baker – Democrat
1 Robert “Bob” Baker – Republican
Jim Dahl – Republican
Chris Hamm – Republican
David Clegg – Republican
Mike Mortenson – Republican
San Clemente City Clerk
Joanne Baade – Democrat
San Clemente City Treasurer
T. Pall Gudgeirsson – Republican
San Juan Capistrano City Council
Kim McCarthy – Republican
Roy L. Byrnes – Republican
Sam Allevato – Republican
Ginny Kerr – Republican
Melissa Abbott-Kaffen – Republican
Tom Marantz – Republican
Mayor of Santa Ana
George M. Collins – Republican
Lupe Moreno – Republican
Miguel Angel Briseno – No Party Preference
Miguel A. Pulido – Democrat
P. David Benavides – Democrat
Santa Ana City Council, Ward 1
Estela Amezcua – Democrat
Vincent F. Sarmiento – Democrat
Santa Ana City Council, Ward 3
Angelica Amezcua – Democrat
Shane Ramon Barrows – Democrat
Eric M. Alderete – Democrat
Brett Elliott Franklin – Republican
Charles Hart – Republican
Stefano “Steve” Rocco – No Party Preference
Santa Ana City Council, Ward 5
Karina Onofre – Republican
Roman A. Reyna – Democrat
Stanton City Council
Andrew N. Marques – No Party Preference
Sou Moua – Republican
Bryan Palomares – Republican
Carol Warren – Democrat
Al Ethans – Republican
Tustin City Council
John Nielsen – Republican
Tracy Worley Hagen – Republican
Charles E. “Chuck” Puckett – Republican
David Waldram – Republican
Allan Bernstein – Republican
Mayor of Westminster
Ha Mach – Republican
Tri Ta – Republican
Penny Loomer – Democrat
Al Hamade – Republican
Tamara Sue Pennington – Republican
Westminster City Council
Tyler Diep – Republican
Charlie Nguyen Manh Chi – Republican
Helena Rutkowski – Republican
Sergio Contreras – Democrat
Khai Dao – Libertarian
Diana Carey – Democrat
Al P. Krippner – Republican
Yorba Linda City Council
Kennith L. Peterson – Republican
Mark Schwing – Republican
Nancy Rikel – Republican
Eugene J. “Gene” Hernandez – Republican
Louis Lee Knappenberger, Jr. – Democrat
Craig Young – Republican
Todd P. Cooper – Republican
COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARDS
North Orange County Community College District, Trustee Area 7
M. Tony Ontiveros – Republican
Monika Koos – Republican
Rancho Santiago Community College District, Trustee Area 3
Nelida M. Yanez – Democrat
Thomas Anthony Gordon – Republican
Antonio Jesus “Tony” Tapia – Democrat
Rancho Santiago Community College District, Trustee Area 5
Claudia Alvarez – Democrat
Mark McLoughlin – Democrat
R. David Chapel – No Party Preference
South Orange County Community College District, Trustee Area 1
Dave Lang – Republican
David L. Martin – No Party Preference
South Orange County Community College District, Trustee Area 3
William “Bill” Jay – Republican
Arlene C. Greer – Republican
Jennifer J. Long – Democrat
South Orange County Community College District, Trustee Area 7
John S. Williams – Republican
Mike Moodian – No Party Preference
Jan Serrantino Cox – No Party Preference
Timothy “Tim” Jemal – No Party Preference
Anaheim City School District
John Santoianni – Democrat
Bob Gardner – Democrat
Al Jabbar – Democrat
James Derek Vanderbilt – Republican
Jerry Silverman – Democrat
Anaheim Union High School District, 4-Year Full Term (2 Seats)
Katherine H. Smith – Republican
Gerald C. Adams – Republican
Brian O’Neal – Republican
Thomas “Hoagy” Holguin – Republican
Anaheim Union High School District, 2-Year Short Term (1 Seat)
Annemarie Randle-Trejo – Democrat
Vernon F. Beckett – Republican
Thomas Peters – Republican
Capistrano Unified School District, Trustee Area 1
Karin Schnell – Democrat
Amy Hanacek – Democrat
Capistrano Unified School District, Trustee Area 2
Jim Reardon – Republican
Carol L. McCormick – Republican
Don Franklin Richardson – Republican
Michele Taylor-Bible – No Party Preference
Capistrano Unified School District, Trustee Area 3
Yolanda McNamara – Democrat
Steve R. Lang – Republican
John Alpay – Republican
Capistrano Unified School District, Trustee Area 5
Gary Pritchard – Democrat
William “Bill” Perkins – Republican
Centralia School District
Ashi Kothary – Republican
Dennis Salts – Republican
Steve Harris – Democrat
Art Montez – Democrat
Cypress School District
Alexandria Coronado – Republican
Candi Kern – Democrat
Jimmy Fuller – Republican
Brian Nakamura – Democrat
Fountain Valley School District
Jeanne Galindo – Republican
Thomas Hobbs – No Party Preference
Jim Cunneen – Republican
Ian Collins – Democrat
Fullerton Joint Union High School District
William E. “Bill” Dunton – Republican
James A. Najera – Democrat
Andy Montoya – Republican
Barbara R. Kilponen – Republican
Garden Grove Unified School District
Linda Zamora – Democrat
Linda Paulsen-Reed – Republican
Bao Quoc Nguyen – Democrat
George West – Democrat
Huntington Beach City School District
Rob Fishel – No Party Preference
Brian Rechsteiner – Republican
Bridget Kaub – Republican
Huntington Beach Union High School District, 4-Year Full Term (2 Seats)
Edward C. Pinchiff – Republican
Tom Dern – Republican
Susan Henry – Republican
Michael H. Simons – Republican
John Briscoe – Republican
Huntington Beach Union High School District, 2-Year Short Term (1 Seat)
Cathey Ryder – Republican
Duane Dishno – Republican
Irvine Unified School District
Michelle Ollada Alipio – Republican
Margaret Brown – Republican
Michael Parham – Republican
Bob Vu – Republican
Paul Bokota – Democrat
Omar Ezzeldine – No Party Preference
Lauren Brooks – Republican
Carolyn Inmon – No Party Preference
Cyril Yu – Democrat
La Habra City School District
John Dobson – Republican
Elizabeth “Liz” Steves – No Party Preference
Kevin Jacobson – Republican
Susan M. Hango – Republican
Laguna Beach Unified School District
Dee Namba Perry – Democrat
Tammy Keces – Democrat
Jan Vickers – Democrat
Bill Landsiedel – Democrat
Lowell Joint School District
Martha Leonard – Democrat
Fred W. Schambeck
Brandon R. Jones – Republican
Magnolia School District
Nathan Zug – Republican
Gary Shields – Republican
Barbara J. Clendineng – Republican
Ocean View School District
Debbie Cotton – Republican
Gina Clayton-Tarvin – Democrat
Norm Westwell – Libertarian
Orange Unified School District, Trustee Area 3
Robert “Bob” Ausmus – Republican
Alexia L. Deligianni – Republican
Michele Gabbard – No Party Preference
Orange Unified School District, Trustee Area 6
Mark Wayland – Republican
Tracey L. Colombo Curtis – No Party Preference
Saddleback Valley Unified School District
Suzie R. Swartz – Republican
Don Sedgwick – Republican
Ginny Fay Aitkens – Democrat
Earl H. Carraway – Republican
Santa Ana Unified School District
Cecilia “Ceci” Iglesias – Republican
Robert Allen – Republican
Rob Richardson – Republican
Jose Alfredo Hernandez – Democrat
Myriam Tinajero – Democrat
Valerie Amezcua – Democrat
Tustin Unified School District
Tammie Bullard – Republican
Monique Ketteringham – Democrat
Elias Teferi – Democrat
James H. Laird – Republican
Francine Pace Scinto – Republican
Westminster School District
Jamison Power – Democrat
Jo-Ann W. Purcell – Democrat
Amy Walsh – Republican
East Orange County Water District
Bill Vanderwerff – Republican
Douglas M. Chapman – Republican
Douglass S. Davert – Republican
El Toro Water District
Ralph Sogliuzzo – Republican
Ted F. Martin – Republican
Carol Moore – Republican
Edward Fern – Libertarian
Jose Vergara – Republican
Scott Goldman – Democrat
Mesa Consolidated Water District, Division 1
Eric Bever – Republican
Fred R. Bockmiller – Republican
Mesa Consolidated Water District, Division 2
Dan Worthington – Republican
James R. Fisler – Republican
Mesa Consolidated Water District, Division 3
Ethan Temianka – Republican
Trudy Ohlig-Hall – Republican
Moulton-Niguel Water District, Division 6
Wayne Posey – Republican
Larry McKenney – Republican
Moulton-Niguel Water District, Division 7
Michael Kogus – Republican
Gary R. Kurtz – Republican
Municipal Water District of Orange County, Division 3
David Vu Pham – Republican
Wayne Osborne – Republican
Larry R. Crandall – Republican
Joel M. Rattner – Democrat
Municipal Water District of Orange County, Division 4
Joan Finnegan – Republican
Dwayne Smith – No Party Preference
Daniel “Skip” Marshall – Republican
Municipal Water District of Orange County, Division 6
Don Chadd – Republican
Jeffery Thomas – Republican
Municipal Water District of Orange County, Division 7
Vanessa A. Mathews – Republican
Susan Hinman – Republican
Orange County Water District, Division 2
Douglas M. Chapman – Republican
Denis R. Bilodeau – Republican
Orange County Water District; Division 3
Roger C. Yoh – Republican
Frank Alonzo – Republican
Santa Margarita Water District
Stan Dziecielski – Democrat
Betty H. Olson – No Party Preference
Charley Wilson – Republican
Fred Carr – Republican
Charles “Chuck” Gibson – Republican
Serrano Water District, Division 3
Jim Fasbender – Republican
Robert “Woody” Rickerl – Republican
South Coast Water District
Rick Erkeneff – Republican
Joel Bishop – Republican
Gary “Water Watch Dog” Langdale – Republican
Richard Gardner – Democrat
Dick Dietmeier – No Party Preference
Wayne Rayfield – Democrat
OTHER SPECIAL DISTRICTS
Costa Mesa Sanitary District
Art Perry – Republican
James Ferryman – Republican
Jeff R. Mathews – Republican
Don Harper – Republican
Midway City Sanitary District
Jerry Vilander – Republican
Frank Fry – Republican
Joy L. Neugebauer – Republican
Al P. Krippner – Republican
Placentia Library District
Richard DeVecchio – No Party Preference
Diane Cunningham – Democrat
Gayle Carline – Democrat
Joann Sowards – Republican
Elizabeth Minter – Republican
Rossmoor/Los Alamitos Area Sewer District
William C. Poe – Republican
Van M. Jew – No Party Preference
Jim Bell – Republican
Carolyn T. Sylvia – Republican
Eric Frankenberg – Democrat
Silverado-Modjeska Recreation and Park District
Chalynn “Chay” Peterson – No Party Preference
Lisa Collins – Republican
Steve Kerrigan – Liberatrian
Timothy Janca – Democrat
Jane Bove – Democrat
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Posted by Chris Emami on September 12, 2012
After looking at a one of the most competitive seats in California yesterday, we know go back to the boring and obvious. In this case though the boring and obvious looks to be a good thing for Republicans.
Thank you to Meridian Pacific for the use of the map.
As you can see from the map Republicans not only hold a 17% registration advantage over Democrats, but Democrats are holding just a slim 7% advantage over DTS voters. With DTS voters leaning more conservative in this area it leads to what will likely be one of the slam dunk races in Orange County.
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher has held this seat for a while and has strong name ID especially in Huntington Beach & Costa Mesa which are the 2 largest cities in the district. Ron Varasteh just simply does not have the name ID.
Results in the primary also show that Rohrabacher is in a strong position to win with over 65& of the vote:
United States Representative; District 48
- Dana Rohrabacher, Republican ………. 73,302 votes 66.3%
- Ron Varasteh, Democratic ………. 31,912 votes 28.9%
- Alan Schlar ………. 5,355 votes 4.8%
Varasteh ran directly in line with voter registration for his party and with Schlar running as a DTS candidate his votes will likely split between Rohrabacher and Varasteh.
Fundraising also is an advantage for Rohrabacher as when I tried to pull up the financial numbers for Ron Varasteh on the FEC website it informed me that he had no information to report. Rohrabacher reports over $280,000 cash on hand after the primary.
Looking at all the factors at play in this district I believe that the winner will be:
Posted by Newsletter Reprint on August 25, 2012
This came across the wire this week from the Campbell for Congress Campaign. His quote is the one at the bottom:
Governor Romney Releases North American Energy Independence Plan
Caucus released the following statements in response to the Governor’s plan:
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Posted by Newsletter Reprint on May 18, 2012
This came over the wire from Atlas PAC on Wednesday (and was re-sent to us by a helpful reader yesterday)…
Atlas PAC Newsletter & Voter Guide May 16, 2012
In This Issue Calendar of Events Candidate Forum Photos Stop the Special Interest Money Now Event June Primary Voter Guide Atlas PAC Director Featured on Rick Reiff’s Show
Calendar of Events
Stop the Special Interest Money Now Reception
May 23, 2012
Del Mar Day at the Races
July 28, 2012
San Diego, CA
The Atlas PAC BoardLee M. Lowrey
Vice ChairmanDave BartelsJohn DraperMary DreyerKurt EnglishKathryn FeatherJoe Ludlow
Walter Myers III
Dear,With the June Primary Election just around the corner, Atlas PAC has updated our list of endorsed candidates for local, state and national elected office. As always, we will continue to present to our membership candidates that practice our core values of limited government, free market, low taxation, and individual liberty.Join us this month as we host a fundraising reception for the Stop the Special Interest Money Now Initiative featuring columnist Steve Greenhut and Chapman Law School Professor John Eastman. Please mark your calendar for our upcoming events and we hope to see you soon.
Atlas PAC Mission Statement
The Atlas PAC mission is to create an environment of business professionals that believe in the ideals of limited government, free market enterprise, low taxation, and individual liberty to associate, network, and socialize with like-minded individuals. Through this association, the Atlas PAC supports like-minded candidates and issues through its monetary and political support.
June Primary Voter GuideNational Ted Cruz – U.S. Senate, TXJeff Flake – U.S. Senate, AZ
George Allen – U.S. Senate, VA
Josh Mandell – U.S. Senate, OH
Richard Mourdock – U.S. Senate, IN
Jason Chaffetz – US Congress, UT
Eric Cantor – US Congress, VA
Paul Ryan – US Congress, WI
Allen West – US Congress, FL
Michele Bachmann – US Congress, MN
Tom McClintock – U.S. Congress District 4
Tony Strickland – U.S. Congress District 26
Ed Royce – U.S. Congress District 39
John Webb – US Congress District 45
Jerry Hayden – US Congress District 46
Gary DeLong – US Congress District 47
Dana Rohrabacher – US Congress District 48
Darrell Issa – US Congress District 49
Duncan Hunter, Jr. – US Congress District 50
Bill Emerson – State Senate District 23
Bob Huff – State Senate District 29
Jeff Miller – State Senate District 31
Mimi Walters – State Senate District 37
Tim Donnelly – State Assembly District 33
Mike Morrell – State Assembly District 40
Curt Hagman – State Assembly District 55
Eric Linder – State Assembly District 60
Joe Ludwig – State Assembly District 61
Chris Norby – State Assembly District 65
Craig Huey – State Assembly District 66
Phil Paule – State Assembly District 67
Don Wagner – State Assembly District 68
Diane Harkey – State Assembly District 73
Allan Mansoor – State Assembly District 74
Rocky Chavez – State Assembly District 76
Carl DeMaio – San Diego Mayor
Proposition 28 – No
Proposition 29 – No
Janet Nguyen – OC Supervisor, District 1
Ethan Temianka – Mesa Water District
Orange County Republican Party Central Committee
55th AD – Tim Shaw, Jim Domen, Desare Ferraro
65th AD – Baron Night, Shawn Nelson, Greg Sebourn, Steve Hwangbo, Henry Charoen, Pat Shuff
68th AD – Jon Dumitru, Ken Williams, Lynn Schott, Walter Myers III, Mark Bucher, Denis Bilodeau
69th AD – Thomas Gordon, Charles Hart, Robert Hammond, Lupe Moreno, Cuong Sinh Cao
72nd AD – Janet Nguyen, Dean Grose, Matthew Harper, Mark McCurdy, Dennis Catron, John Briscoe
73rd AD – Chandra Chell, Mike Munzing, Mary Young, Tony Beall, Linda Barnes, Greg Woodard, Jon Fleischman
74th AD – Pick among the following: John Draper, Jeff Mathews, Allan Bartlett, John Warner, Bill Dunlap, Scott Baugh, Scott Peotter, Rhonda Rohrabacher, Emily Sanford, Christina Shea, Don Hansen, T.J. Fuentes
About Atlas PACAtlas is a politically based membership organization made up of business, political, and community professionals who share a passion for free enterprise, limited government, reduced government regulatory burdens, low taxation, and individual liberty. Atlas furthers its ideals by funding candidates and causes who aggressively advocate the values of Atlas.
Posted in 1st Supervisorial District, 29th Senate District, 37th Senate District, 39th Congressional District, 45th Congressional District, 46th Congressional District, 47th Congressional District, 48th Congressional District, 49th Congressional District, 55th Assembly District, 65th Assembly District, 68th Assembly District, 73rd Assembly District, 74th Assembly District, Fullerton, Mesa Consolidated Water District, Orange County Board of Education, Republican Central Committee | Tagged: Allan Bartlett, Allan Mansoor, Allen West, Atlas PAC, Baron Night, Bill Dunlap, Bill Emmerson, Bob Huff, Carl DeMaio, Chandra Chell, Charles Hart, Chris Norby, Christina Shea, Craig Huey, Cuong Sinh Cao, Curt Hagman, Dana Rohrabacher, Darrell Issa, Dean Grose, Denis Bilodeau, Dennis Catron, Desare Ferraro, Diane Harkey, Don Hansen, Don Wagner, Duncan Hunter Jr., Ed Royce, Emily Sanford, Eric Cantor, Eric Linder, Ethan Temianka, Gary DeLong, George Allen, Greg Sebourn, Greg Woodard, Henry Charoen, Janet Nguyen, Jason Chaffetz, Jeff Flake, Jeff Mathews, Jeff Miller, Jerry Hayden, Jim Domen, Joe Ludwig, John Briscoe, John Draper, John Warner, John Webb, Jon Dumitru, Jon Fleischman, Josh Mandell, Ken Williams, Linda Barnes, Lupe Moreno, Lynn Schott, Mark Bucher, Mark McCurdy, Mary Young, Matthew Harper, Michele Bachmann, Mike Morrell, Mike Munzing, Mimi Walters, Pat Shuff, Paul Ryan, Phil Paule, Proposition 28, Proposition 29, Rhonda Rohrabacher, Richard Mourdock, Robert Hammond, Rocky Chavez, Scott Baugh, Scott Peotter, Shawn Nelson, Steve Hwangbo, Stop Special Interest Money Now, Ted Cruz, Thomas A. "T.J." Fuentes, Thomas Gordon, Tim Donnelly, Tim Shaw, Tom McClintock, Tony Beall, Tony Strickland, Walter Myers III | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Chris Emami on May 14, 2012
Since I already ran the endorsements sent out from the Lincoln Club, I thought that I would also take the time to publish the CRA newsletter that just came out with their list of endorsements. In the newsletter our very own Chris Nguyen got a shout out from Celeste Greig for being “A brilliant young man.” Hopefully this does not go to his head. (Full Disclosure: Custom Campaigns is the lead consultant on the Hammond and Williams races for County Board of Education)
Here are the endorsements:
|CRA ENDORSED CANDIDATES (As of 4/23/12)|
|U.S. Senate:||Al Ramirez|
|U.S. Congress:||CD 39 Ed Royce
CD 46 Jerry Hayden
CD 48 Dana Rohrabacher
CD 49 Darrell Issa
|State Senate:||SD 29 Robert “Bob” Huff
SD 37 Mimi Walters
|State Assembly:||AD 55 Curt Hagman
AD 65 Chris Norby
AD 68 Donald P. “Don” Wagner
AD 72 Troy Edgar
AD 73 Diane L. Harkey
AD 74 Allan R. Mansoor
|Supervisor District 1||Janet Nguyen|
|Supervisor District 3||Todd Spitzer|
|Board of Ed. Area 1||Robert Morris Hammond|
|Board of E. Area 3||Ken L. Williams, Jr.|
Posted in 1st Supervisorial District, 29th Senate District, 37th Senate District, 39th Congressional District, 3rd Supervisorial District, 46th Congressional District, 48th Congressional District, 49th Congressional District, 55th Assembly District, 65th Assembly District, 68th Assembly District, 72nd Assembly District, 73rd Assembly District, 74th Assembly District, California, Orange County Board of Education | Leave a Comment »