Politics (Page 3)

featured graphic for Nathan Hochman campaign for attorney general

At this weekend’s California Republican Party Convention, Nathan Hochman received the state party’s endorsement in his campaign to unseat appointed Attorney General Rob Bonta. “It is an honor to earn the endorsement of the California Republican Party in this vital race to restore order to our justice system in California,” …continue reading

Lincoln Club of Orange County

California’s leading conservative donor organization, the Lincoln Club of Orange County, announced its endorsement of Hugh Nguyen for OC Clerk-Recorder. As the incumbent candidate, Nguyen possesses unmatched experience in county operations and effective management of public records. Lincoln Club of Orange County President Teresa Hernandez issued the following statement: “Common-sense, …continue reading

featured graphic for campaign of Jon Elist for US Senate

Conservative outsider, small business owner, and former government advisor Jon Elist raised $258,157 in his very first reporting period as a candidate. Elist is prepping a bid to tackle failed career politician Alex Padilla. The Primary election is June 7, 2022. Notably, Elist is now the among the top fundraising …continue reading

featured graphic for the campaign of Lisa Bartlett for Congress

County Supervisor, businesswoman, and conservative candidate for California’s 49th Congressional District Lisa Bartlett raised $374,119 during her first reporting period as a congressional candidate. The reporting period covers donations from January 1, 2022, through March 31, 2022. Bartlett’s impressive haul of $374,119 was $101,000 more than her nearest Republican opponent, …continue reading

featured graphic for the campaign of Steven VArgas for Orange County Supervisor

Lieutenant Commander Steven C. Vargas condemned racist remarks by Congressional candidate Jay Chen. Chen recently attacked Congresswoman Michelle Steel for her accent, claiming that “you kind of need an interpreter to understand exactly what she’s saying” and “the more she speaks the better for us” while referring to his congressional …continue reading

featured graphic for campaign by Suzie Price for mayor of Long Beach CA

Jeff Kellogg, former Long Beach Vice Mayor and Long Beach City College Trustee, announced his endorsement of City Councilwoman Suzie Price for Long Beach City Mayor. The endorsement comes on the heels of Price earning the endorsements of the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local …continue reading

featured graphic for the campaign of Quaye Quartey for Congress

CA-27 Challenger Quaye Quartey announced outraising his closest Democratic opponent, Christy Smith, by over $370,000 since launching his campaign for Congress. Quartey, a first-time candidate with no prior political experience, has outraised Smith, the previous two-time Democratic nominee in this district, for three quarters in a row. In the first …continue reading

featured graphic for the campaign of Mark Meuser for US Senate

After quarter one filing, Mark Meuser, US Senate Candidate for California and Constitutional Lawyer, has raised $330,000, outpacing all primary challenger opponents, setting him up to face incumbent Senator Alex Padilla in the general election. 55% of the total contributions came from donations of less than $200, showing large grassroots …continue reading

featured graphic for campaign by Suzie Price for mayor of Long Beach CA

Rae Gabelich, former Long Beach Eighth District Councilwoman, announced her endorsement of City Councilwoman Suzie Price for Long Beach City Mayor. The endorsement comes on the heels of Price earning the endorsements of the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 47, California State Controller Betty …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for April 10 through April 16 include a man with a gun in Seal Beach, a coyote and burst water main in Cypress, and crawfish. Top Ten Stories for April 10 through April 16 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding …continue reading

Cover art for the January 2022 issue of OCB's Dining, Art, and Entertainment guide

While pulling together the Top Ten Stories list on Sunday, April 10, I realized that I have neglected monthly, quarterly, and yearly Top Ten Stories. The last monthly Top Ten Stories article was for September 2021. As part of catching up, here is a list of the Top Ten Stories …continue reading