Why is Lou Correa hanging signs on Santa Ana Schools?
Posted by Thomas Gordon on January 23, 2015
I was alerted to the fact that Lou Correa has a sign hung on Santa Ana Valley High School.
Doesn’t he know that this property belongs to the taxpayers and that candidates should respect the taxpayers by not blighting it with political graffiti?
This isn’t the first time that Lou Correa or a member of his staff have abused the public trust.
State owned computers in then Assembly member Lou Correa’s office were traced to dozens of e-mails sent out for political purposes, per a report in the Orange County Register. E-mails praising Mr. Correa and attacking his opponents were sent to a chat room called SantaAnaCitizens.
Mr. Correa fired an aide, Douglas Vogel, because of the incident. The OC Register stated that it was discovered that two computers, those of Mr. Vogel and chief-of-staff Chris Leo, were used during work hours to send the e-mails.
Mr. Vogel denied sending the messages. Mr. Chris Leo, using as a defense his lax work habits, said his computer is accessible by others as no password is required to sign on and he does not lock the door to his office.