AD73: Anna Bryson Not a Spokesperson (Official or Informal) for Southern California Edison
By Ze’ev Wurman, Policy Adviser, Anna Bryson for State Assembly 2014
(This is the 18th in a series of blog posts “Setting the Record Straight on Anna Bryson”)
Anti-nuclear power activist Joe Holtzman (of Mission Viejo) complains in over-the-top language about Anna scores of times on the web – claiming Anna was a spokesperson for the Southern California Edison power company. Holtzman many times called her “a shill for Southern California Edison” and also said (4/21/14, 7/12/14) that she was “pimping” for the company. Even after the primary election, he called her (7/16/14) a utility-company “pig.”
Holtzman asserted (5/1/14) that Anna never missed “any Edison event.” [In fact, out of all Southern California Edison’s multitude of public events in the area, Anna did once go to one – a presentation on conservation (at the Marriott Laguna Cliffs), which was attended by most of the elected city officials in South Orange County.] Continue reading
June 8, 5:30 pm Orange County Primary Election Update
- Ultra-liberal union hack Julio Perez is still losing in the 69th Assembly District. So far corporate Democrat Tom Daly and Republican Jose Moreno are in the Top Two. Perez is about 600 votes behind Moreno, who has over 5,700 votes.
- Joe Dovinh is still in third place in the 72nd A.D. race, by 245 votes. It looks like that race will feature two Republicans, Troy Edgar and Travis Allen, in November. Did Dovinh doom his campaign by advertising on the Liberal OC blog? Tea Party Democrat Albert Ayala has 8,492 votes. I warned Dovinh to run to the right… Continue reading
It was not a good night for Orange County’s liberals, who crashed and burned in California’s first Open Primary.
Labor spent hundreds of thousands on Julio Perez‘ campaign for the 69th Assembly District. The result? So far he is in third place – ahead of Santa Ana Council Member Michele Martinez, wjho had 3,316 votes, and wannabe candidate Francisco Barragan, who must have run so as to keep Perez out of last place. Perez has 3,554 votes. Tom Daly is leading that race with over 8,231 votes. A Republican who spent no money, Jose “Joe” Moreno, is in second place with 4,495 votes. . Continue reading
There are people all over the world who cannot elect their political leaders. In some cases the elections in their countries are flat out rigged – and in others they are allowed to vote for one candidate. And some countries, like Cuba, simply don’t allow elections at all. But here in the United States we have the right to vote. It is dismaying that so many voters in this country simply choose not to vote.
Today is election day here in California and if you have not already voted, via absentee ballot, I urge you to please go do your civic duty and vote. If you don’t know where to go to place your vote, click here. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 2, 2012
Contact: Art Pedroza, Candidate for the Orange County Board of Education, Area One
Phone#: (714) 606-7622, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SANTA ANA – Art Pedroza, a teacher at Cerritos College and the leading candidate for the Orange County Board of Education, has signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge.
Pedroza said, “I have never ever supported a tax increase and I have steadfastly opposed every local and state bond measure.” Continue reading