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2-29-2012 Central Committee (AD 65) Filing Update

Posted by Former Blogger Chris Emami on February 29, 2012

Here is part 7 in this 7 part series that is going out this week on the blog.

Thank you to Meridian Pacific for the use of the map to show this district:

This Assembly district is currently represented by Assemblyman Chris Norby and represents North Orange County. With that being said here is the break-down of who has pulled papers:

Alex Burrola– A Republican party activist that has run for partisan office before and been involved in numerous political activities.

Greg Sebourn– He ran for Fullerton City Council back in the 2010 election and fell just short of winning one of the two seats that was up. We might see take two of this election.

Henry Charoen– Currently a La Palma City Councilman and potentially a future candidate for the 65th Assembly District as he has already formed a committee.

Jerry Jackson– He is currently a sitting member of the OC GOP Central Committee. *Incumbent.

Sou Moua– I was not able to find any information about this individual.

Pat Shuff– She currently sits on the OC GOP Central Committee in this district and is a former Fullerton RWF President. *Incumbent.

Alexandria Coronado– She used to be a member of the Orange County Board of Education before she was narrowly defeated last election by David Boyd.

David John Shawver– He is currently a member of the Stanton City Council and a previous opponent of John Moorlach for public office.

Shawn Nelson– Orange County Supervisor representing the 4th district and he has been a solid vote so far. He is also a current member of the OC GOP Central Committee. *Incumbent.

Readers help me out by adding info on any candidates that I may have left out and feel free to fill me in on the candidates I found nothing on.

2 Responses to “2-29-2012 Central Committee (AD 65) Filing Update”

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  2. Alex Burrola said


    This is Alex Burrola and I just thought I’d contribute a bit more about myself for those who might be wondering who I am. As stated above, I ran for Assembly in 2000 and for Congress in 2002 and consider those to have been valuable and practical learning experiences, even though I was unsuccessful in those heavily Democrat districts.

    I have been a Fullerton resident since last summer when I moved from Long Beach, but although I’ve been an Orange County resident a relatively short time, I have been a Republican and conservative activist my entire adult life. I was founding president of the Long Beach Young Republicans in 2009 and served in that capacity until last year, I also continue to serve on the board of the California Young Republican Federation.

    I have served on the Republican Party of Los Angeles County (RPLAC) Central Committee in one capacity or another since 1996 when I was elected at age 18. I served as secretary and as a member of the executive board of RPLAC for about a year and a half.

    My goals if elected to the OCGOP central committee would be to work with others on the committee to boost voter registration, recruit qualified candidates to run for local office and raise money for local GOP operations.

    That’s just the short version about me!

    Please contact me at alexburrolagop@yahoo.com or 562-916-5274 if you have any other questions I can answer. I am also still collecting nomination signatures so if any Republican registered voters in the new 65th AD would like to sign my papers I would be appreciative.


    Alex Burrola

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