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Supervisor Janet Nguyen

Supervisor Janet Nguyen

This just came over the transom from the Janet Nguyen for State Senate campaign:

Taxpayer Groups To Jose Solorio – “Stop misleading voters”

Call For Jose to Stop Claiming He Protected Prop 13

Seal Beach, CA – – Two of California’s largest taxpayer protection organizations joined forces today to call out Jose Solorio for attempting to mislead voters about his record in his campaign.

Jose’s current television advertisement states “Jose Solorio voted to Protect Prop 13.” However, as an Assemblyman he refused to vote against ACA 18, a direct assault on Proposition 13 and he voted in favor of ACR 54 which calls for a split-roll property tax and blames Prop 13 for State budget woes.

“Voters know that what politicians say and what they do isn’t always one and the same,” said HJTA President Jon Coupal. “Jose Solorio wants to call himself a protector of Prop 13 because it’s election season. Unfortunately Jose’s voting record proves otherwise. I’m challenging Jose Solorio to own up to his record and to tell voters the truth. Stop misleading voters. Janet Nguyen is the taxpayer’s choice in this election that’s a fact.”

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The Orange County Public Affairs Association is hosting a 34th Senate District candidate forum luncheon tomorrow featuring Republican Supervisor Janet Nguyen and Democrat RSCCD Trustee Jose Solorio. This is the most high-profile, expensive legislative contest in the state; on the outcome hinges the fate of the Democratic super-majority in the state Senate.  Here’s the info:

“34th Senate District Candidate Forum”
Featuring Supervisor Janet Nguyen and
Former Assemblyman Jose Solorio
Moderated by Ed Arnold

Generously Sponsored By
Time Warner Cable * Curt Pringle & Associates

Wednesday, September 10, 2014
11:30 Reception – 12:00 Noon Lunch

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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 the usual tidal wave of Democrat special interest money.

The GOP political action group The New Majority is hosting a “Take Back California” fundraising event for Nguyen and Kim tomorrow evening at The Pacific Club in Newport Beach:

NM event Janet Young Kim

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Supervisor Janet Nguyen

Supervisor Janet Nguyen

Forbes magazine has put the high-stakes contest in the 34th Senate District (which includes much of Anaheim) on the national political radar with an article spotlighting how the outcome of the battle between Republican Supervisor Janet Nguyen and former Assemblyman Jose Solorio (Democrat) will determine whether the Democrats in control of state government will be able to heap billions more in taxes upon the already over-taxed and over-regulated California economy.

One Race May Determine Whether Taxes Go Up By Billions In The U.S.’s Largest Economy

The top prizes up for grabs in the 2014 mid-term elections are control of the U.S. Senate and 30 of the nation’s governorships, but of more immediate consequence to taxpayers in the most populous state in the union – California – is one single state legislative race that is likely to determine whether or not taxes will rise by billions in the world’s eighth largest economy.

A two-thirds vote is required to raise taxes and fees in California; meaning that if Republicans cannot win over a third of the seats in the Assembly and Senate this fall, they will have no ability to stop Democratic proposals to raise taxes. The only reason that California Democrats are temporarily without a supermajority in both chambers right now is due to the indictment of three Democratic state senators this year. Many of the Golden State’s top political and electoral experts say Democrats’ unchecked ability to raise taxes in 2015 and 2016 depends on one state legislative race in Orange County: California’s 34th state senate district.

“Even with California’s already inhospitable tax climate, the public employee unions desperately need higher taxes to keep their unsustainable pensions and bloated salaries afloat, and they can be expected to pump millions into this one state senate race to ensure that they can continue to advance their agenda at the expense of California taxpayers,” said Jon Fleischman, publisher of California’s Flash Report.

Fortunately for California Republicans, they have a strong candidate in Janet Nguyen, a current Orange County Supervisor, to go up against former Democratic Assemblyman Jose Solorio in this crucial race. Nguyen, who emigrated to the U.S. from Vietnam at age 5, describes herself as “a believer in limited government,” and says that if elected, she would spend taxpayer dollars the way she spends her own. That would certainly represent a stark contrast between both the status quo in Sacramento and her opponent’s legislative record.

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Like her or lump her, agree or disagree with her, Lorri Galloway is nothing if not an energetic candidate.

Next week, she is holding a “show up rally” for her mayoral campaign:

galloway 4-24 rally

 

The special guest speaker will be Jose Solorio, Rancho Santiago Community College District trustee and candidate for the 34th Senate District (which includes much of west Anaheim).

Supervisor Janet Nguyen

Supervisor Janet Nguyen

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 legislation that sought to repeal portions of Proposition 209, has been tabled. For the time being, California voters will not be forced to decide whether they want to grant preferential treatment in public education to individuals on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin. However, the battle over SCA5 is not over.

In the past, SCA5’s author Sen. Ed Hernandez made similar attempts to reintroduce preferential treatment into public education, first in 2010, with Assembly Bill 2047, and in 2011, with Senate Bill 185. Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown and Republican Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed both bills. Consequently, while SCA5 is temporarily dormant, there is no guarantee that it will not return.

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