Robert Hammond Statement on Students Being Questioned By Orange County Schools on Their Sexual Orientation Contact: email@example.com Santa Ana, California – Orange County Board of Education Trustee David Boyd continues to defend the Orange County Board of Education’s policy of questioning children as young as 12 years old about their sexual orientation. Talking recently to
OC Board of Education Trustee Robert Hammond, who as I understand it is a former Amway salesman, isn’t exactly known for deep thought. But he may have lowered the bar even more with a ridiculous letter he delivered to his colleagues. What it amounts to is Constitutional gibberish. But don’t take my word for it
Robert Hammond got 34.5% of the vote in 2010, when he ran for the 69th Assembly District as the Republican nominee. Incumbent Jose Solorio blew him out with 65.5% of the vote, according to Smart Voter. Undeterred, Hammond is at it again this year. This time he is running for the Orange County Board of Education, Area
An OC GOP insider gave me the scoop tonight on what really led to Republican Robert Hammond quitting the primary race for the 69th Assembly District – at the very last minute, last Friday, which was the filing deadline for that race. Hammond ended up pulling papers for the Orange County Board of Education’s Area
As reported in an earlier post today, Republican Robert Hammond has withdrawn from the race for the 69th Assembly District, according to the OC Political Blog. He is running instead for the Orange County Board of Education, in the First Area, which is being vacated by the incumbent, Long Pham. Hammond is an extremist social
When U.S. Rep. John Campbell failed this week to get the OC GOP endorsement, by one vote, who would have figured that the culprit was a veritable Benedict Arnold? That’s right – Republican 69th Assembly District candidate Robert Hammond, who was endorsed by Campbell, failed to return the favor, according to the OC Political blog.