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Quirk-Silva Pushes Legislation To Speed-Up Theme Park Re-Openings

Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva is co-authoring legislation to hasten the safe re-opening of California theme parks such as the Disneyland Resort, which is the biggest employer and tax revenue generator in Orange County. Quick-Silva introduced the bill with Assemblywoman Suzette Martinez Valladares. The legislation, AB 420, would apply state re-opening guidelines equally to large and small theme parks, and allow them ...

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District 1: Denise Barnes Serves As Prop In Quirk-Silva & Josh Newman Political Production

Anaheim Insider here. This was posted on Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva’s Facebook page last week: And there, front and center, is District 1 Councilmember Denise Barnes – standing next to Sen. Josh Newman. Remember, Quirk-Silva is the Democrat incumbent in Assembly District 65, which is a swing seat. And Democrat Newman represents Senate District 29, and is the target a June ...

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May Day In Orange County: Progressive-Left Marches In Anaheim and Santa Ana

[Cross-posted from OC Daily] It was May Day yesterday, and leftists, progressives, union activists marched in the county’s two largest cities – Anaheim and Santa Ana. Radical political elements were more prominent in the Santa Ana march… The scene was more union-dominated at the OC Central Labor Council-sponsored march in downtown Anaheim… Among politicos seen and hear: Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva; ...

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Reclaim Anaheim From Whom?

This past Saturday, the student political activist club operated by school board member and political activist Ryan Ruelas held an event they called “Reclaiming Our City: A Youth Conference About Ending Racism.” Reclaiming it from whom? The half-a-dozen pathetic Ku Klux Klan members who in late February drove up to Pearson Park, late for their own “rally”? They were out-numbered and ...

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New Majority Event for Janet Nguyen and Young Kim – Tomorrow, September 9

There are less than nine weeks to go before the November election, and Anaheim is part of the battleground in two of the hottest legislative contests in the state: the 34th Senate District and the 65th Assembly District. In both cases, Republicans have fielded hard-working, hard-charging nominees — Supervisor Janet Nguyen and Young Kim, respectively – who are up against ...

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AD65: OC Register Endorses Young Kim

The Orange County Register editorial board today published an endorsement of Young Kim, who is running against incumbent Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva in Assembly District 65, which includes a significant portion of Anaheim: As a former director of Community Relations and Asian Affairs for Rep. Ed Royce, Ms. Kim knows the district well. In her bid to serve the residents, she ...

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SD34 Watch: Janet Nguyen Blasts Democratic Effort To Revive Race-Based Admissions

Supervisor Janet Nguyen (Republican) is running for the open 34th Senate District against Rancho Santiago Community College District Trustee Jose Solorio, a Democrat; SD34 includes a large chunk of west Anaheim. She published this in the OC Register on Monday, and it bears re-publishing here: SCA5 Is A Warning for State By: Janet Nguyen Senate Constitutional Amendment 5, a divisive piece of ...

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AD65 Watch: Quirk-Silva Escapes The SCA 5 Wedge

Earlier this week, Assembly Speaker John Perez pulled Senate Constitutional Amendment 5 from the Assembly at the request of its author, Sen. Ed Hernandez. SCA 5 would basically overturn Prop. 209’s ban on discrimination in public education; per the bill’s text: The California Constitution prohibits the state from discriminating against, or granting preferential treatment to, any individual or group on ...

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AD65 Watch: Young Kim Raises $427,000 In Six Months

This just came over the transom from the Young Kim for Assembly campaign: Young Kim Bursts “Out of the Gate” – $427,000 Raised in Less Than Six Months (Fullerton, CA) Republican Young Kim announced that her campaign will show $382,000 raised on the year end campaign finance report. With the addition of the $45,000 raised at her fundraiser in Buena ...

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