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Campaign contributions from outside of Anaheim continue pouring into the left-wing campaign to change how Anaheim citizens elect their city council.

The Korean Resource Center of Los Angeles has contributed $20,000 to the Yes on Measure L campaign. I called the KRC to ask why it is involving itself in a campaign to change Anaheim city council elections from at-large to by-district, and was put through to Director of Digital Yong Ho Kim.

Mr. Kim said KRC has been working with OCCORD, OCCCO and other groups on “civic engagement” and “voter education” (I used quotes because those are rubrics under which progressive non-profits obtain grant money for to engage in political activity) for several years – mainly in Buena Park and  Fullerton, and to a lesser degree in Anaheim and Garden Grove.  The KRC has an office in Buena Park.

Mr. Kim said the KRC’s donation was a “contract grant” to the Yes on Measures L and M campaign to fund educating Korean-American voters in Anaheim to support by-district elections and enlarging the city council.

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