“Paul Bokota, a local businessman; Lauren Brooks, an educator and businesswoman; Margaret Brown, a school planning director; Omar Ezzeldine, chair of the city’s Finance Commission and an educator; Carolyn Inmon, a retired teacher; Michelle Ollada Alipio, a school nurse; incumbent and board president Michael Parham; Bob Vu, an educator, scientist and entrepreneur; and Deputy District Attorney Cyril Yu filed paperwork with the Orange County Registrar of Voters,” according to the O.C. Register. Continue reading
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THOMAS HOLGUIN ANNOUNCES BID FOR AUHSD BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Former Trustee Favorite Enters Race to Bring Pride & Integrity Back to Anaheim Schools
ANAHEIM, CALIF – Today, Thomas “Hoagy” Holguin, longtime Trustee and past President of the Anaheim Union High School District (AUHSD), kicks off his campaign to win a seat back on the Board of Trustees on November 6, 2012. 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
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Media Contact: Nicole Savio, Orange County Department of Education, (714) 966-4385
ORANGE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS WILLIAM M. HABERMEHL ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT
COSTA MESA, CALIFORNIA, MAY 3, 2012 – At the Orange County Board of Education Meeting today, Orange County Superintendent of Schools, Bill Habermehl announced his retirement effective June 29, 2012. Continue reading
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 One, after he quit the race for the 69th Assembly District. I believe he is also running for the 69th Assembly District OC GOP Central Committee.
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 One.
What my source told me was pretty much what I expected. Hammond did not come up with this scheme himself. Apparently Supervisor Janet Nguyen and OC GOP Chairman Scott Baugh were the ones that advised him to leave the Republican Party of Orange County hanging, with no candidate in the 69th A.D. Continue reading