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Posted by Chris Emami on November 20, 2013
Assemblyman Allan Mansoor confirmed longstanding rumors last night by officially jumping into the 2nd Supervisorial District race to succeed the termed out John Moorlach.
First of all, I would argue that Mansoor is actually the front-runner in this race, having been on the ballot before when running for Assembly, as well as during his unusually high-profile tenure as Mayor of Costa Mesa. Michelle Steel, his chief opponent, may have more money but just recently moved into the district and will likely face numerous carpetbagger accusations. Mansoor takes Steel head-on in his announcement email: “My decision-making process started a few months ago, when I was approached by many residents and local leaders who suggested I run to replace John [Moorlach]. One of their biggest concerns was that the only major candidate for this office recently moved to Orange County from LA for the sole purpose of running for Orange County Supervisor in hopes of furthering her ambition of running for Congress if/when Congressman Dana Rorhabacher retires.“
Mansoor has also proven that he can defeat candidates with gobs of cash, after having defeated a challenge by Newport Beach Councilwoman Leslie Daigle in 2012 despite her campaign’s vast financial resources from many wealthy contributors, including Charles Munger Jr.
Steel will also likely face accusations of supporting Larry Agran ally and Democrat Sukhee Kang in a past election.
This is the first of what I expect to be a couple of big announcements in the coming weeks with John Moorlach set to officially announce his candidacy for Congress in the very near future. Mansoor sent out an e-mail announcing the following:
As you probably know, I’ve been thinking about running for Orange County Supervisor for several months. I want you to be among the first to know that I’ve decided to run.
John Moorlach has been a great voice for the 2nd District. As a longtime Costa Mesa resident and the County Treasurer who helped Orange County recover from the bankruptcy, he has very strong ties to our community, and his thoughtful and reasoned approach has been an asset in the county. I’m sorry to see term limits force him from office.
My decision-making process started a few months ago, when I was approached by many residents and local leaders who suggested I run to replace John. One of their biggest concerns was that the only major candidate for this office recently moved to Orange County from LA for the sole purpose of running for Orange County Supervisor in hopes of furthering her ambition of running for Congress if/when Congressman Dana Rorhabacher retires.
I’ve always been the first to admit that fundraising isn’t my greatest strength, and even though I’ve always raised enough to be be competitive, I’ve been outspent in every election I’ve run. This campaign won’t be any different, especially against a candidate whose greatest strength is her ability to raise money from interests outside the district.
So this wasn’t an easy decision. It required careful deliberation and long talks with family, friends, and supporters.
Ironically, this campaign reminds me of my first campaign for city council. In 2002, I ran against entrenched establishment incumbents because a group of people from my neighborhood felt like city hall didn’t care about what was happening in our community. While everyone wanted to improve city hall, no one wanted to run. I, somewhat reluctantly, stepped up because someone had to. Ever since, I’ve been happy and grateful for the opportunity to make a difference in the community I grew up in.
Now, more than 10 years later, the community I love has chosen me to represent them not only for two terms on the City Council, but also for two terms in the State Assembly. The easiest path would be to cruise to reelection to a third term in the Assembly, but no one else is ready or willing to stand up and fight to make sure that our community has local representation on the Board of Supervisors.
It will be a lot of work. But I’m ready for it, and I hope to have your help and support. You can start by making a financial contribution by clicking here. Whatever you can contribute, whether it’s $10, $100, or $1000 will help. If you’d like to volunteer, or contact your neighbors, or host a coffee, let me know by replying to this email.
P.S. If you would rather mail a check instead of making an online donation by clicking here, you can send a check to Mansoor for Supervisor 2014, 2973 Harbor Blvd #571, Costa Mesa, CA 92626.
Posted in 2nd Supervisorial District | Tagged: Allan Mansoor, Charles Munger Jr., Dana Rohrabacher, John Moorlach, Leslie Daigle, Michelle Steel, Sukhee Kang | 1 Comment »
Posted by Newsletter Reprint on August 9, 2013
This came over the wire from Assemblyman Allan Mansoor‘s campaign yesterday, in which Mansoor introduces his new wife and states he is confident he can overcome Michelle Steel’s massive warchest:
On Monday, the Assembly returned from a month-long summer recess. It’s back to work in Sacramento, where we will spend the next six weeks wrapping up the year before we adjourn for the year on September 13.
I spent the recess trying to balance my time between meeting with constituents and preparing for my wedding. I hope no one missed the news, but I got engaged to Janniffer Grubisich last November, and on August 3, we both said “I do”. Janniffer was with me in Sacramento Monday, when we returned to session, and I was able to introduce her on the floor to my colleagues as my wife.
As many of you know, I’ve been contemplating a 2014 run for Orange County Supervisor. The current Second District Supervisor, John Moorlach, is leaving office due to term limits, and this is an “open seat.” There are several other candidates running (or thinking about running). Those following the race might recognize the name of Michelle Steel, a State Board of Equalization Member from LA County. She moved to Orange County to run for this seat and has lots of money. Her money makes her a formidable opponent, and I’m sure she will out-spend me. But I’ve been out-spent everytime I’ve been on the ballot, and have complete confidence that if I run, I will be able to raise enough money to wage a competitive and successful campaign.
For now however, I’m focused on doing my job representing the 74th Assembly District in Sacramento.
What’s to come in the next six weeks? I wish I had good news. But as you know, Sacramento Democrats have a 2/3 majority in both houses of the Legislature, and typically, during the last weeks of the year, we see a flurry of bad bills coming at us. I will keep you up-to-date on some of the bills that we will be seeing as our legislative year comes to a close.
But it’s not all doom and gloom. Even though Democrats hold a 2/3 majority, we’ve managed (so far) to stop most of the significant attempts to alter Prop 13 and prevented significant attempts to raise taxes and we passed some significant reforms to limit Prop 65 shakedown lawsuits. As the session winds to a close, I’m looking forward to spending more time in the district and hope that anyone who hasn’t been able to meet Janniffer yet will be able to do so.
Posted in 2nd Supervisorial District, 74th Assembly District, Board of Equalization | Tagged: Allan Mansoor, Janniffer Grubisich, John Moorlach, Michelle Steel | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Chris Emami on August 2, 2013
Chris Nguyen gave an excellent analysis yesterday of the 73rd Assembly District campaign finance reports. I figured that I wanted to contribute to the party by providing a similar analysis of the 2nd Supervisorial District. This analysis is going to show that Michelle Steel is in a commanding lead. She currently has more cash on hand than every candidate running for the 2nd Supervisorial District and 73rd Assembly District combined.
The biggest surprise from this race is Joe Carchio. It was announced by Carchio last week that he was running for the seat. I obviously don’t expect him to report any money raised for the period covering January 1st- June 30th 2013, but he hasn’t even opened a committee yet.
Michelle Steel got the early lead on this race being the first to announce her candidacy. Her fundraising totals are quite impressive with just under $450,000 (includes transfers) in actual direct contributions arriving during this reporting period. That is an impressive number for any campaign, especially a Supervisorial campaign. I must admit that I was surprised that she doesn’t appear to have a campaign website up and running yet.
It is still really early in the race and Allan Mansoor is still only exploring a run for Supervisor, but his numbers are not super impressive. $8,400 (includes transfers) raised is not going to get the job done. He might have a name ID advantage going into the race but he cannot have a repeat performance of what happened in 2012 (getting massively outspent) against Michelle Steel. If he steps up his fundraising this election I can see him putting together some impressive fundraising numbers from some local grassroots organizations. At this point though it may be too late.
Jim Moreno raised the second most at $12,785 and did not have to transfer anything over from his College Board Account. This number is not great compared to Steel but I will give him credit for raising more than Mansoor. It will be interesting to see what he raises for this campaign as I do consider him a bit of a wild card candidate to make it to the run-off.
One of the more interesting statistics that I noticed from the reports are the lack of expenditures. Generally, candidates end up spending a lot of money up front, but that is not the case in this race with Steel leading the pack on spending at a whopping $6,593. I have a feeling that spending will go dramatically up during the next reporting period for all of the candidates.
Here is the breakdown:
||Cash on Hand
|Notes: Figures may be off by one dollar due to rounding.
Campaign finance reports for January 1-June 30, 2013 were due at 11:59 PM last night.
In order to provide the complete story, it must be noted that Michelle Steel did transfer money from her Board of Equalization account and Allan Mansoor transferred money from his Assembly account. Here is a chart to showing the breakdown of how much was raised and how much was transferred:
Transfer to Supe
Raised for Supe
Ladies and gentlemen this race is very one sided as of today. Michelle Steel has over 25 times as much money as all three of the other opponents COMBINED! I admit that Allan Mansoor has a name ID advantage going into the race and he did beat Leslie Daigle in 2012 despite being massively outspent, but if he doesn’t step up these numbers his chances of getting elected are very unlikely.
Posted in 2nd Supervisorial District | Tagged: Allan Mansoor, Jim Moreno, Joe Carchio, Michelle Steel | 3 Comments »
Posted by Dominus on June 29, 2013
A press release from the Michelle Steel for Supervisor campaign:
MICHELLE STEEL ANNOUNCES MORE THAN HALF A MILLION DOLLARS CASH ON HAND
In the election for 2nd District Orange County Supervisor, Michelle Steel announced the current cash on hand numbers for her campaign. With 4 days still to go before the June 30th report deadline, Michelle Steel announced having over $530,000 dollars already in her campaign account. The final cash on hand numbers will be released sometime during the month of July per election law and covers all campaign finance from the first of the year.
As well as already receiving many notable endorsements, Steel’s impressive cash on hand number is exciting news for the campaign. The growing list of endorsements includes U.S. Representatives Ed Royce and Dana Rohrabacher, District Attorney Tony Rackauckas, Sheriff Sandra Hutchens and former Assemblyman and Orange County Supervisor Jim Silva.
Jon Fleischman, publisher of the widely read Flashreport.org website and a respected political analyst, commented on the strength of Steel’s robust fundraising and grassroots support, “this report will show Michelle is gaining broad support. Early in an election, a candidate’s strength is usually determined by the number of local endorsements they receive and the amount of money in the bank. Michelle is running away with both. With about a year before the election this is quickly becoming a one horse race.”
Michelle Steel currently serves as the Vice Chair of the California State Board of Equalization representing the 3rd District, which includes Orange County.
Posted in 2nd Supervisorial District | Tagged: Michelle Steel | 2 Comments »
Posted by Dominus on June 7, 2013
The snow ball is getting bigger for the Steel campaign with this latest endorsement:
HOWARD JARVIS TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION ENDORSES MICHELLE STEEL FOR SUPERVISOR
ORANGE COUNTY, CA – Michelle Steel continues to position herself as the front-runner in her election for Orange County Supervisor in the 2nd District, after announcing the endorsement of Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association PAC (HJTA). The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association is California’s leading taxpayer advocate organization and is notable for their efforts to pass California’s landmark law Proposition 13 protecting taxpayers.
“The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association PAC is pleased to endorse Michelle Steel for the Orange County Board of Supervisors,” said HJTA President Jon Coupal. ”Michelle has a long history of fighting government bureaucracy and standing up for taxpayers. We need more leaders like her at every level of government because she stands up for taxpayers.”
“This is a telling endorsement. Receiving the highly coveted HJTA endorsement this early in the election cycle combined with her early fundraising and endorsement success proves Steel’s strength as a candidate,” said Steel Campaign Consultant Dave Gilliard. “The list of supporters grows every day and this is a great sign that voters are lining up behind a consensus candidate. Orange County’s taxpayers know that Michelle will fight for them on the board of Supervisors, just as she has fought for them for the last six years as their representative on the State Board of Equalization.”
Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas, county Sheriff Sandra Hutchens, and former Assemblyman Jim Silva are serving as Steel’s campaign co-chairs. She has also been endorsed by Congressmen Dana Rohrabacher and Ed Royce.
Michelle Steel currently serves as the Vice Chair of the California State Board of Equalization.
Another powerful endorsement for Michelle Steel. How will this impact Assemblyman Allan Mansoor’s decision for re-election?
Posted in 2nd Supervisorial District | Tagged: Michelle Steel | 1 Comment »
Posted by Dominus on May 23, 2013
Today the Michelle Steel for Supervisor campaign sent out this press release:
ORANGE COUNTY GOP CONGRESSMAN ENDORSE MICHELLE STEEL FOR SUPERVISOR
Huntington Beach, CA – Michelle Steel’s campaign for County Supervisor continued to gather momentum today, with the announcement that she has been endorsed by Republican Congressmen Dana Rohrabacher and Ed Royce.
Michelle Steel is the Vice Chair of the California State Board of Equalization, where she has represented Orange County for the past six years. She is running for Supervisor in the 2nd district.
“I have known Michelle all my life,” said Rep. Rohrabacher. “She is honest, a hard worker and a patriot.”
“Michelle Steel is a champion for Orange County taxpayers on the BOE and I am confident she will continue her strong advocacy for taxpayers and small business owners as a County Supervisor,” said Rep. Royce.
Both Congressmen made a guest appearance at Michelle Steel’s fundraiser, hosted by OC Republican Party Chairman Scott Baugh, which brought her campaign for Supervisor to over $460,000 in the bank with another $40,000 in pledges.
“It is an honor to have the support of Representatives Rohrabacher and Royce and to know that they have faith in my ability to represent the taxpayers of the 2nd district,” said Steel.
While we will have to wait and see if Michelle Steel can raise a total of $500,000 by June 30, her current cash on hand is an impressive number in itself. It is hard to get donors to write big checks these days when the economy is still sputtering.
Posted in 2nd Supervisorial District | Tagged: Michelle Steel | 1 Comment »
Posted by Dominus on May 11, 2013
Last week Huntington Beach Councilman Joe Carchio sent out an email to his “friends & supporters” requesting inputs on a potential run for Orange County Supervisor, 2nd District. This email came on the heel of similar email that was sent out by Assemblyman Allan Mansoor. Here is a portion of that email:
Like some of you, I sat on the sidelines for year while others did the work. I’ve voted in all the elections that I was able, sent along my contributions to candidates I cared about, stuffed envelopes, walked precincts, etc.
I’ve been told I have some good ideas that would work well for Orange County. However, what I think of my accomplishments so far is not as important as what you think of the role I have played in our local political leadership lives and what perhaps I could do for all of us at the County. I have no political further careers goals and would dedicate myself to serving the people of Orange County as 2nd District Supervisor.
Joe Carchio is currently a part-time Field Representative for Assemblyman Travis Allen. He is will be forced out of the Huntington Beach City Council at the end of 2014 because of term limits. In 2011, he publicly stated that he will run for the newly created 72nd Assembly District only to later discovered that he lives in the wrong part of Huntington Beach.
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Posted by Dominus on May 6, 2013
While political insiders gossip about the possibility of Assemblyman Allan Mansoor giving up his third term in the lower house of the Legislature to challenge BOE Member Michelle Steel for the position of OC Supervisor, 2nd District, the Daily Pilot made the whole situation public last week.
Conventional wisdom predicted that Allan Mansoor will run for State Senate in the beginning of 2015 when incumbent Senator Mimi Walters vacate her seat after her installation on to the Orange County Board of Supervisors. The most obvious threat to Allan Mansoor for this senate seat is Assemblyman Don Wagner. Both Wanger and Mansoor were elected in 2010 so both are termed-out at the end of 2016.
Last week, Allan Mansoor did a huge favor to Don Wagner by telling the local press that he is mulling a run for OC Supervisor.
But Wagner is not the only one who stand to gain the most – Supervisor John Moorlach is also benefiting from a possible Steel v. Mansoor match up.
Moorlach is at the end of his career with the County of Orange and is looking for a new public office to occupy.
John Moorlach detested the idea that Michelle Steel is going to succeed him. He is convinced that Michelle and her husband Shawn Steel were some how responsible for the defeat of his effort to extend supervisorial term limits to three consecutive 4-year terms.
Moorlach preferred to have someone like former Huntington Beach Councilman Don Hansen or Costa Mesa Mayor Jim Righeimer take over his seat.
Jim Righeimer decided against a run for supervisor due to unfinished business in Costa Mesa. Don Hansen is having second thought about this race, according to multiple sources.
So John Moorlach and company needed to find another candidate. They turned to Allan Mansoor.
They convinced Allan Mansoor that it is in his best interest to forgo a possible third term in the assembly to run against Michelle Steel.
Any political insider could have told Mansoor that the safer route to take is to run for re-election, then run for state senate in a special election from a safe seat.
But of course the people telling Mansoor to run for supervisor doesn’t exactly have his best interest at heart. They’re just looking for the strongest candidate they can find to run against Michelle Steel.
THE POSSIBLE BENEFICIARIES
If Allan Mansoor does indeed give up his Assembly seat to run for Supervisor, John Moorlach is going to walk right into the 74th Assembly District.
Assemblyman Don Wagner will have little problem succeeding Senator Mimi Walters to the upper chamber.
THE RISK FOR ALLAN MANSOOR
Between Don Wagner and Michelle Steel, I believe that the latter is a more formidable opponent. Taking on Don Wagner in a special election from a safe seat is the path with zero risk for Allan Mansoor.
Running against Michelle Steel in a regular primary and then general election will mean that Allan Mansoor will have to give up his third and final term in the Assembly. If Mansoor prevail in this match then life is great. However, should he come up short, unemployment at the beginning of 2015 is not pleasant for a former member of the Legislature.
Something for Assemblyman Mansoor to consider as he is about to start a family.
Posted in 2nd Supervisorial District, Orange County Board of Supervisors | Tagged: Allan Mansoor, Don Wagner, John Moorlach, Michelle Steel | 4 Comments »
Posted by Chris Emami on April 1, 2013
Now that we have had some April Fools Day fun on to the real business for the day. Here is a post that has no pranks or jokes in it.
Tomorrow evening we will likely have a new Orange County Clerk-Recorder in place after what I am sure will be a lengthy and intriguing deliberation by the Orange County Board of Supervisors. I will be in attendance live blogging all of the interviews for our readers and giving my take on what is happening. be here with us at OC Political at 9:00 AM to follow along.
To explain how it will be formatted I will start with a post that details the opening of the meeting. After my original post I will have a separate post for every single interview up until the end of the meeting. After the interviews are done I will have a separate post for the deliberation and appointment. With any luck I might even get an interview with the individual who gets nominated. My suggestion to readers in order to be able to follow along live is to click on each post as it goes up and hit refresh to get a live update on what is going on with that interview.
We have had some of the best coverage of the Orange County Clerk-Recorder saga over the past few weeks often being the blog to breaks stories on this subject. Let’s take a moment to recap the process from the beginning.
Due to the length of the post I am cutting it off here. Click the link to view the rest of it. Read the rest of this entry »
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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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