Right Place, Right Time

It has been quite a week for the State Senate. On Wednesday, March 23rd, former Democratic State Senator (and current Congressional candidate) Lou Correa noticed a fire at an apartment complex in Santa Ana and, using a garden hose, had the fire mostly extinguished by the time the fire department arrived. He was credited with helping the seven […]

California’s Newest Almost-A-Political Party

Even many of those who follow California politics most closely may not have heard about the new and unique political party which may have enough registered voters to become ballot-qualified, but is being held up on a technicality. An article in the November edition of Ballot Access News, “California Secretary of State Refuses to Tally Independent Party […]

Perea to Resign December 31st

As was reported in the news yesterday, Assemblyman Henry T. Perea has announced that he will resign effective December 31st. Some quick statistics about his service and resignation; Perea will leave office after 265 weeks in office, ranking as California’s 3237th longest-serving legislator (just ahead of John Campbell at 264 weeks). In past 5 decades, only […]