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Why is SAUSD School Board candidate Mark McLoughlin hiding his financial info from the public?

SAUSD School Board candidate Mark McLoughlin appears to be trying to hide his financial information from the public. McLoughlin was appointed to the Santa Ana Planning Commission in January so he had to turn in a Form 700, to the Santa Ana City Clerk. That Form, which you can see here, is completely devoid of […]

Zeke Hernandez is lying to the voters by pretending to be an Adult Education Director

Zeke Hernandez, a candidate for Area 1 of the Rancho Santiago Community College District, is trying to pull a fast one, using the ballot title of “Adult Education Director.” That is a complete falsehood! Hernandez admitted in a letter he wrote to the Rancho Santiago Community College District’s Chancellor, just last year, to being retired. […]

The City’s Measure AA is a huge Utility Users Tax increase!

City administrators don’t lie all the time – they are sneaky and will lure you with half-truths and then lie to seal the deal. That is what the City of Santa Ana did this week when they issued a community advisory about their Utility Users Tax, which appears on our November ballot as Measure AA. […]

2014 General Election voter guide for Santa Ana voters

This voter guide addresses the Orange County local and legislative races as well as the State and Local ballot measures. General Election, November, 2014: Local Elections Santa Ana City Council Mayor: Endorsed Candidate: Mayor Miguel Pulido Other Candidates: Roman Reyna, Mark I. Lopez Note: Even Reyna’s friends and allies admit that he is not a […]

Let’s change Santa Ana City Council elections to a ward-specific model

  Avery Ann Andres has begun a petition campaign to put an initiative on the ballot to change the Santa Ana Charter so that city council members will be elected by ward rather than at large as is now the rule. Such a change will make the council members more responsive to their ward constituents. If you […]