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Posted by Craig P. Alexander on October 21, 2014
There are a lot of reasons I have been supporting Robert Ming to be our next Supervisor from the 5th District of Orange County. Robert is a true leader that has proven himself in both the private sector and the public sector (as an eight year member of Laguna Niguel’s City Council – being its Mayor twice).
The Flashreport has just published an article by Robert about the new statewide plastic bag ban. I will not re-print the entire article here, just the first paragraph with a link so the reader can go over to the Flashreport and review the entire article.
“Governor Brown just made single-use plastic grocery bags a thing of the past in California, maybe. Opponents of the ban have already started collecting signatures for a referendum to overturn it. While several people close to me, my wife included, would love to give you an earful about paper vs. plastic, the law is troubling for a bigger reason. It illustrates one of California’s biggest problems: government regulates too much.” – See more at: Not Just A Plastic Bag Ban
In addition, Robert has taken the no union pledge meaning he will not seek endorsements or campaign contributions from public employee unions. Robert’s opponent is being carried by government employee unions as noted by my friend Greg Woodard in his recent post Union Money Invades Mission Viejo. Robert will not be beholden to any public employee union for his election to the Board of Supervisors when he sits across the table with them for contract negotiations.
For more about Robert and his campaign go to www.robertming.com
Disclosure: I am a long supporter of Robert Ming and his campaign for County Supervisor, 5th District. I am also a candidate for Capistrano Unified School District, Trustee Area 4 (Craig for CUSD). In addition, I am not a political consultant or on any candidate’s payroll.
Posted in 5th Supervisorial District, Capistrano Unified School District, Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo, Uncategorized | Tagged: Greg Woodard, Lisa Bartlett, Plastic Bag Ban, Robert Ming | 9 Comments »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on October 18, 2014
A long time ago friends of mine started asking me who to vote for on election day as they know I am involved in politics as an activist and I do research on candidates and causes. I began to prepare and send out by e-mail my voter recommendations which I call “Craig’s Pics.”
I also discovered that my friend Robyn Nordell was doing the same thing but she was several steps ahead of me by publishing her own web site called Robyn Nordell’s Conservative California Election Website. Robyn, a conservative Christian, does her own research which includes extensive interviews of candidates, other local elected officials who are her friends, other activists like myself and she attends every CRA endorsing convention even when she is not a delegate. Robyn always takes extensive notes of what she observes and hears form candidates and others commenting on the choices before voters. Several years ago Robyn offered to publish my Craig’s Pics on the Orange County portion of her web site along with other friends who also prepare their voter recommendations to distribute. I consider it a privilege to have my Pics on her site and to call Robyn a trusted friend.
One of the things I like about Robyn is that she and I do not always agree on our recommendations and some of our friends do not always agree with Robyn’s recommendations. Yet she publishes our Pics because Robyn is not looking for universal uniformity in our recommendations but for thoughtful conservatives giving their opinions and recommendations for voters. Are you looking for some voter recommendations that are well thought out and researched? Are you looking for a place to send friends who would like to receive recommendations for voters that are trustworthy? Then you can recommend friends and family to Robyn’s web site with confidence that you and they will see none of that there. She also has a link to Craig Huey’s excellent guide that has extensive grading and recommendations on Judicial Candidates. Here it is as well: Craig Huey’s Voter Guide.
Of course as I am honored that she allows my Craig’s Pics to be on her site, I would be honored if you would stop by my Craig’s Pics on her site as well. Check out the our other friend’s recommendations on that page too. You may not agree with all of my Pics or all of Robyn’s – but I don’t expect uniformity from everyone who visits the site or reads my Pics either.
Disclaimer – I am a candidate for the Governing Board of Trustees, Capistrano Unified School District, Trustee Area 4 and a supporter of Robert Ming for Supervisor and Bill Brough for 73rd Assembly District among others.
Posted in 73rd Assembly District, Capistrano Unified School District, Uncategorized | Tagged: Bill Brough, Capistrano Unified School District, Craig Huey, Craig P. Alexander, Judicial candidates, Robert Ming, Robyn Nordell, Voter Guides | 1 Comment »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on October 9, 2014
When I decided to become a Candidate for Capistrano Unified School District, Trustee Area 4, I knew I would want to let people who read OC Political know why I am running with a post to this blog. However on Monday (10-6-14) Mr. Robert Loewen of the Lincoln Club of Orange County published in the Orange County Register an opinion piece that does an excellent job of summing up the reasons I am running and why my friends current CUSD Trustee Ellen Addonizio (running for re-election to Trustee Area 6) and Julie Collier (running for Trustee Area 7) are running and what is at stake in this race. Mr. Loewen’s title for his opinion is Support Accountability at Capistrano Unified.
I will not re-print all of Mr. Loewen’s excellent article here but here is the beginning and a link to the article (it is not behind the Register’s pay wall) for those of you who would like to read the entire article. You will find it quite eye opening:
/ Contributing Writer
Jack was confused. When his neighborhood carpool dropped him off at Barcelona Hills Elementary that spring day in 2011, it seemed like just another school day. It was not a big deal to the seasoned fifth-grader when he trudged from the busy carpool drop-off area and was herded with his classmates onto school property. He and other kids were handed signs bearing big red letters, “SOS,” the call sign at sea for disaster. Jack assumed the signs held by students were about Earth Day or “Saving Our Planet.” But when Jack took time to read one of the signs, he saw it was a slogan, “Save Our Schools.”
Suddenly, Jack was no longer confused. The signs were a mean-spirited rebuke to a project proposed by his mother, Julie Collier and some other parents, who wanted to see if they could use innovations allowed by state charter-school law to improve the learning environment for their own children.
So Jack found himself in the middle of a protest by someone who used kids to make their point. Jack threw his sign on the ground. Smiling, his teacher came over and handed it back to him. “Jack, could you hold up this sign again? I want to take your picture.” Click.
Jack’s mother, Julie Collier, is running for a seat as trustee on the Capistrano Unified School Board, Area 7. For Julie, it’s personal. She doesn’t mind discussing the issues of accountability and allocation of limited funding in education with anyone.
As a teacher herself, she can more than hold her own. But who gave public school teachers permission to turn her kids, or anyone’s kids, into political pawns?…….” Support Accountability at Capistrano Unified School District
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Thank you Mr. Loewen for an excellent article.
Julie, Ellen and I have opponents who are all endorsed by the unions who are pouring tens of thousands of dollars into our opponents’ campaigns. That is no surprise to us and neither are the tactics being employed by the unions one of which was discussed by my friend Greg Woodard in his piece on this blog: Unions Care Nothing About Facts and on my own campaign web site: LAWSUITS?”
For more information about my friend Julie Collier and her race go to Julie Collier for CUSD. For Ellen Addonizio go to Re-Elect Ellen Addonizio.
For my campaign web site go to: Craig For CUSD or my Facebook page Craig Alexander for CUSD
Julie, Ellen and I respectfully ask each voter in Trustee Areas 4, 6 and 7 for their vote. Thank you all for your support.
Posted in Capistrano Unified School District | Tagged: Capistrano Unified Education Association, Capistrano Unified School District, Capistrano Unified School District Board, Craig Alexander, CSEA, CUEA, CUEA HOPE PAC, Ellen Addonizio, Greg Woodard, Julie Collier, Lincoln Club of Orange County, Orange County Register, Robert Loewen, Trustee Area 4, Trustee Area 6, Trustee Area 7 | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Greg Woodard on October 7, 2014
I am all for engaging in a healthy debate with liberals, particularly during election season. And I am not such a Pollyanna that I do not recognize that candidates on both sides embellish their credentials and take liberties in their attacks on their opponents. However, when unions make up “facts” simply to smear a good candidate who opposes their stranglehold on school board power, well I will not let that go unchallenged.
In the battle for control in the Capistrano Unified School District Board, the union has stooped to outright lies to its members in an effort to sway the vote. Sally White, President of the Capistrano Unified Education Association (CUEA), recently sent an email to CUSD retirees. In the email, she falsely states that Craig Alexander, a conservative candidate for Area 4, has “sued the district several times.” I spoke with Craig (for full disclosure, I am supporting Craig in this election), and he assured me that he has never once sued the district, either as an attorney (his profession) or personally, let alone sued the district “several times.” Craig sent Ms. White a letter nearly two weeks ago in an attempt to clear up the misconception that he had sued the district several times, but, not surprisingly, he has not heard back from her. Of course, Ms. White has no support for her bald assertion, and I would challenge her to either produce some evidence that her claim is true, or issue a retraction and an apology to Craig (don’t worry, I won’t hold my breath).
In that same email, Ms. White endorses Lynn Hatton, career union candidate, in Area 7 against Julie Collier. Ms. White predictably has nothing good to say about Ms. Collier, and the union makes no bones about how they feel about Julie, including entrapping her son into a false advertisement for the union against a charter school Julie supported. The union also was silent as the charter school students had rocks thrown at them during school, likely by union supporters.
I have no respect for union hacks who use extorted dues to fuel their political ambitions. But lying and using children to advocate their cause shows how truly classless these folks are. If you live in the CUSD, you have a chance to send a message in November to the unions that their tactics and their bad policies will not be tolerated. Craig Alexander, Julie Collier, and Ellen Addonizio (Area 6) are the parent-power advocates on the ballot next month, and I would encourage voters to support real change that will benefit the students, and not line the unions’ pockets (and reward bad behavior).
Posted in Capistrano Unified School District | Tagged: Capistrano Unified Education Association, Capistrano Unified School District Board, Craig Alexander, CUEA, CUSD, Ellen Addonizio, Julie Collier, Teachers Union | 1 Comment »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on May 26, 2014
The folks over at The Munger Games blog are once again spot on about Charles Munger trying to purchase a seat in the Assembly for candidate Anna Bryson.
I reported a few days ago about about Mr. Munger’s big buy into Ms. Bryson’s campaign with his dropping over $250,000 into his Spirit of Democracy IE PAC in support of her campaign for the 73rd Assembly District (Charles Munger Dipping…) and my fellow blogger Allan Wilson reported about the same thing happening in the 55nd Assembly District (Charles Munger and California Dental IE PAC) with his Dental IE PAC.
Now the Munger Games folks have noted that Mr. Munger has put in another $71,000 for pro-Bryson mailers over the last few days (Munger Money-Mongering). As a resident of the 73rd Assembly District I can attest that I have been receiving multiple pro Anna Bryson mailers over the last few days – in fact they appear to be using the same mailers over and over again. Some of these mailers come directly from her campaign and some from the Spirit of Democracy PAC (i.e. from Charles Munger). All of them tout her conservative credentials even though such a claim is, in my opinion, false (Why Does the Teachers Union Love Anna Bryson). Friends also tell me they have seen Anna Bryson commercials while watching TV. It is apparent that Charles Munger wishes to buy this seat for Anna Bryson.
With this much money being spent for her, in my opinion there is a definite expectation that if she wins she will be beholden to do as Mr. Munger demands for things like appointments of delegates to the California Republican Party and votes in the legislature for left of center positions on social issues, etc. From her votes on the school board since late 2010 I conclude that she has already proven Anna Bryson will switch sides if she perceives it to be to her benefit.
Of all of the local activists in Orange County who put out voter recommendation lists, none of them to my knowledge have recommended that you vote for Anna Bryson. Almost all of them recommend voting for Bill Brough as the true conservative in this race (Why I Support Bill Brough).
My thanks to The Munger Games folks for helping us keep track of Mr. Munger’s meddling in our Assembly race in South OC.
Posted in 73rd Assembly District, Capistrano Unified School District, Dana Point, Uncategorized | Tagged: Anna Brsyon, Bill Brough, California Republican Party, Charles Munger, Spirit of Democracy IE PAC, The Munger Games | 5 Comments »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on May 21, 2014
It is no secret that Palo Alto physicist and political financier Charles Munger likes to put his money into Republican v. Republican races. What is his goal? In my opinion to remake the California Republican Party in his own liberal / moderate image complete with a platform that takes no position on social issues (or takes pro-abortion / pro-homosexual marriage positions). Thus you can count on the candidates he backs to appoint delegates to the CRP who will be Charles Munger approved and vote they way he wants.
In the 73rd Assembly District (where I live) there are four Republicans and one Democrat running to replace Diane Harkey who is termed out (and running for the State Board of Equalization). One of the Republicans is CUSD school board trustee Anna Bryson who I used to support. However after she won re-election in 2010 she took a sharp turn towards the teachers union and started voting for their causes and positions. I have posted about this before: Why Does the Teachers Union Love Anna Bryson? Due to these votes, I and many others who supported her previously do not support her for any elected position including this one.
Now her major financial backer, Charles Munger, has put into his Spirit of Democracy PAC $250,000 to support Ms. Bryson in her quest for the 73rd Assembly seat. John Harbe over at CalNewsroom.com blog has posted an excellent article outlining how Mr. Munger has spent $322,713 (inclusive of the recent $250,000 into his PAC for her) in support of Ms. Bryson (73rd Assembly: Charles Munger). This is more than all of the candidates have raised for this race combined.
Apparently those of us living in the 73rd Assembly District will now be subjected to TV and other media ads for Ms. Bryson. While she touts herself as a conservative – her voting record (as I have posted about in the above link) tells a very different story. In addition, she recently lost a challenge to her ballot statement when the judge found she had made a false and misleading statement in it (and it was stricken and amended by the judge). I posted on this blog twice about that. Breaking News & Follow Up the latter post including a link to an excellent article by Katy Grimes over at the Flashreport on this subject.
What is particularly disappointing to me are the number of conservatives who have either not vetted her record, spoken to local activists like myself or simply don’t care about her record and endorse her anyway. These include people like Edwin Meese, III, George Shultz, Hugh Hewitt and Assemblyman Don Wagner. I note that none of them live in the 73rd Assembly District. I don’t know if these conservatives realize it, but by supporting someone like Anna Bryson, they are supporting someone who is now extremely beholden to Charles Munger. She will likely join him in making the CRP are much more liberal place where conservatives like them are not welcome. This is in addition to adding her wobbly voting record to the floor of the State Assembly.
For me, I will continue to support the real conservative in the race for the 73rd Assembly District: Dana Point City Councilman Bill Brough. (Why I Am Supporting Bill Brough) I should note that the California Republican Assembly endorsed Bill Brough (CRA RECAP) and he was featured in our recent mailer which Chris Emami just reported on (CRA Newspaper). Anna Bryson did not even show up to the CRA endorsing convention to ask for the endorsement or defend her voting record – even though she was invited to do so. Naturally I hope that Charles Munger cannot buy this seat for her and Bill Brough will be one of the top two to advance to November.
Posted in 73rd Assembly District, Capistrano Unified School District, Dana Point, Uncategorized | Tagged: Anna Bryson, Assemblyman Don Wagner, Bill Brough, California Republican Assembly, CalNewsroom.com, Charles Munger, CRA, CRP, Edwin Meese, FlashReport, George Shultz, Hugh Hewitt, John Harbe, Katy Grimes, Spirit of Democracy PAC | 4 Comments »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on April 1, 2014
As I reported last week, 73rd Assembly candidate Anna Bryson was found by a Superior Court Judge in Sacramento to have made a false and misleading statement in her ballot statement. Here is my post about that: Sacramento Judge Rules.
Today Katy Grimes (a Flash Report Senior Correspondent) did a through post over at the Flashreport about this situation including the various press releases from the Bryson campaign in which Ms. Bryson tries to spin a loss into a win. Ms. Grimes’ article (which includes some quotes by this blogger) is at AD73: Bryson Campaign Tries… and it is obvious Ms. Grimes put in a lot of time researching this article including speaking with various members of the Bryson campaign including Anna Bryson herself. Katy also includes a copy of the Court’s order which clearly states the Judge found Ms. Bryson’s original statement to be false, misleading and inconsistent with the Elections Code by clear and convincing evidence.
I highly recommend you read Ms. Grimes article and her insights into the Bryson’s campaign’s attempts to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.
Again, for full disclosure I am supporting Dana Point City Councilman Bill Brough who is running to be my next Assemblyperson from the 73rd Assembly District. I recommend you check out Bill Brough and contact him through his web site at: http://billbrough.org/ Bill’s next event will be on at 5:30 p.m. on April 22nd at Paradise Automotive in San Juan Capistrano. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 714-388-6515. If you met Bill and talk with him about the issues and his background, I believe you will come away supporting him as I am.
Posted in 73rd Assembly District, Capistrano Unified School District, Dana Point | Tagged: Anna Bryson, Bill Brough, FlashReport, Katy Grimes, Sacramento Superior Court | 1 Comment »
Posted by Craig P. Alexander on March 28, 2014
Today Judge Shelleyanne W.L. Chang ruled that 73rd Assembly candidate Anna Byrson made a false and misleading statement in her campaign statement. The judge ruled that the statement “On the school board, I returned $59 million to taxpayers” was false and misleading and ordered the statement stricken and re-written. In this type of ballot challenge the burden of proof the person challenging the statement is “clear and convincing” not the easier to prove “preponderance of evidence” standard. The petitioner, Mission Viejo resident Dale Tyler, via his attorney Chad Morgan, was successful in submitting clear and convincing evidence that Ms. Bryson’s statement was both false and misleading to voters.
Ms. Bryson, as part of her opposition, submitted a declaration by her fellow CUSD Trustee John Alpay wherein he stated (among other things) that Ms. Bryson was “instrumental” in returning $59 million to taxpayers. Yet the Court still found the statement false and misleading! I represented Greg Powers in his challenge to Mr. Alpay’s ballot statement when he challenged former Trustee Mike Winston in the recall election of 2010. The Court at that time struck two statements contained in Mr. Alpay’s ballot statement as being false and misleading. So it is no surprise to me that Judge Chang found Mr. Alpay’s declaration in support of Ms. Bryson to not be convincing either.
Full disclosure: I am supporting 73rd Assembly candidate Bill Brough (who currently serves on the Dana Point City Council). I was a supporter of Ms. Bryson in the past, but not any longer due to her voting record: Why to the Teachers Unions Love Anna Bryson? Check out Bill’s web site at Bill Brough for Assembly.
Posted in 73rd Assembly District, Capistrano Unified School District, Dana Point | Tagged: Anna Bryson, Bill Brough, Chad Morgan, Dale Tyler, Greg Powers, John Alpay, Mike Winston | 8 Comments »
Posted by Chris Emami on March 22, 2013
I was working on a database of the part affiliation of all Orange County local elected officials. Finally, I have completed the project with all of the special districts and county seats being added. I also fixed some errors in the previous versions (here, here, and here) and have combined the database into one post.
We have added a button on the menu bar for our readers to always be able to access this database and use it for whatever research/political needs that they may have. Due to the length of th epost you are going to have to click the below link to read the rest of the post.
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