Joe Dovinh, a moderate Democratic business owner and member of the Garden Grove Planning Commission, has announced that the Orange County Professional Firefighters Association Local 3631, has endorsed his candidacy in the 2012 Primary Election for 72nd Assembly District. The Orange County Professional Firefighters Association is the local affiliate for the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF), and the membership is limited to full time, professional paid firefighters. Continue reading
For Immediate Release: Monday, March 19, 2012
Contact: Matt Rexroad, 916.648.1222
Former Police Chief Dave Snowden Endorses Leslie Daigle for State Assembly
Costa Mesa’s former “Top Cop” says Sacramento has failed to make Orange County safer
Costa Mesa, Calif. – Former Costa Mesa Chief of Police Dave Snowden today endorsed Newport Beach City Councilwoman Leslie Daigle for the newly drawn 74th Assembly District that includes his former city. Snowden was Costa Mesa’s police chief for 17 years (1986-2003). Today, Snowden serves as chief of police for the city of Beverly Hills. Continue reading
For Immediate Release: February 28, 2012
Contact: Lupe De La Cruz, Cell: (714) 564-0130
Michele Martinez Receives Endorsement from Key Law Enforcement Leaders
Santa Ana, CA – Santa Ana City Councilwoman Michele Martinez received the endorsement of the Santa Ana Police Management Association (SAPMA) today. The endorsement was announced by Jim Schnabl (Police Commander and Secretary/Treasurer of the SAPMA), on behalf of the association that represents the Command Staff of the Santa Ana Police Department. Continue reading
Joe Dovinh, a publisher of a Vietnamese newspaper in Little Saigon, and a candidate for the 72nd Assembly District, has been endorsed by the California Democratic Party. I am told that a press release will be out soon.
Dovinh is one of two Vietnamese candidates. The other one is Orange County Board of Education Trustee Long Pham, a Republican. Other candidates include Huntington Beach Councilman Matt Harper, and Los Alamitos Councilman Troy Edgar. Both of them are also Republicans. Continue reading
Labor hack Julio Perez‘ Assembly campaign sunk to a new low this weekend, in their pursuit of the California Democratic Party’s endorsement. They willfully tried to include a vote from Carl Weibel, a state party member whose Facebook page openly admits he now lives in Hawthorne – a city in Los Angeles County that is not remotely close to the 69th Assembly District Perez is running for.
According to the Liberal OC blog, “Party officials investigated and determined that indeed two Carl Weible’s are registered to vote in Southern California, one in LA and one in Orange County. With that information the officials ruled late Saturday night that Weible was not a qualified delegate and therefore could not assign his vote to a proxy.” Continue reading