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  1. Measure J Scoreboard - and More on How NOCCCD Marketed ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Orange Juice

    Where did we leave off with Measure J, which needs 55% support - not rounded off, but meaning more than 54.9999999999% - to pass? Let's see: before those last 50 paper ballots, the score was this: Add 18 yes votes and 11 no votes - 62.0689655172%, if anyone's wondering - and we get this distribution of our 150,171 votes: But that , of course, does not settle the issue. The issue will be settled in La Harbra Heights And that means that we're waiting on the final returns from Los Angeles.

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  2. Measure J Scoreboard - and More on How NOCCCD Marketed ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Orange Juice

    Where did we leave off with Measure J, which needs 55% support - not rounded off, but meaning more than 54.9999999999% - to pass? Let's see: before those last 50 paper ballots, the score was this: Add 18 yes votes and 11 no votes - 62.0689655172%, if anyone's wondering - and we get this distribution of our 150,171 votes: But that , of course, does not settle the issue. The issue will be settled in La Harbra Heights And that means that we're waiting on the final returns from Los Angeles.

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  3. 50 Ballots Left: A Narrow Nguyen Win (By 15) Over Broadwater; Measure ...Read the original story

    Saturday Nov 15 | Orange Juice

    Just 50 paper ballots, of the 640,353 ballots cast from all of OC, still remain uncounted. It's all over but the shouting Let's look at our close races, in order of largest to smallest margin.

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  4. One Day More (Or So) - Hardly Any Movement in Close Races With...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Orange Juice

    One Day More - Hardly Any Movement in Close Races With Only 6,000 Ballots Left; Bao Now Up 16 One More Day of counting ballots - and very little changed today. This is making some of us MiserA bles.

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  5. Bao, Humphrey, Melissa Fox, Measure J All Close In By 1/3 of the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Orange Juice

    Bao, Humphrey, Melissa Fox, Measure J All Close In By 1/3 of the Margin, But None Yet Leading - Looks Close! The tight races we're following in Garden Grove, Costa Mesa, and Irvine all got tighter today - in a day that looks like it may not have had a full crew of counters - but none have as yet reversed their outcome. In all three races, the trailing candidate made up about 1/3 of their deficit with about 1/3 of the provisionals left to count.

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  6. Costa Mesa/Garden Grove Update 11/10: Bao's, Galloway's...Read the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Orange Juice

    Some readers may not have realized, or may have forgotten, that I'm updating the current election update each day at this post located back on Nov. 5. So from now on, I'm going to remind you. One of the most useful things I'm doing there is keeping a running update of the "What's Left to Count" notice for each day, which let's us figure out what happened the previous day.

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  7. What Money Bought Dave GilliardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Orange Juice

    Before the election we discussed the California Homeowner's Association , one of the fronts Dave Gilliard uses to move corporate money into local races. Now that the election has passed, I have compiled a score card of where the money went and the outcome.

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  8. Picking Over the Carcass of Election 2014, Part 3: School Boards,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Orange Juice

    Part 3 of this review of election results will follow OJB's Guide to Your Whole Freakin' Ballot , starting down with "Community College Board" races. Our Guide received a combined over 4000 page views, which is pretty good for us.

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  9. Atlas PAC Would Like to Preen in Front of You About the Election Results. You Should Endure It.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 8 | Orange Juice

    Those of us who are not on the right political email lists may not be exposed to the celebrations of their big funders. Well, why not? Courtesy of the Winships, here's what Atlas PAC is telling its donors and other interested persons about what happened in this past election.

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  10. Elections Have Consequences: Defund the Anaheim Chamber Now! And, My Evolution on Districting.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 8 | Orange Juice

    This week's election has dire consequences for some who put all their eggs in the Kleptocacy's basket, so confident that the nearly one million dollars worth of Disney-bucks would be their salvation. Despite all that money, they were wrong.

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  11. Where Team Tait Says "Let's Face the Voters," Team...Read the original story

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Orange Juice

    Lucille Kring and Tom Tait are the leading candidates for Mayor. Among leading Council Candidates: top row: Gail Eastman and James Vanderbilt; bottom row, Kris Murray and Dr. Jose F. Moreno.

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  12. Anaheim Voter Guide, November 2014Read the original story

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Orange Juice

    Today is election day and I couldn't be happier that this will be the final day of this hideous season. I'm tired of being bombarded with negative campaign mail, sifting through lies, and sorting through bullpuckey.

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  13. Follow the Dark Money, Part 1: A Streetcar Named 'Desire to Use ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | Orange Juice

    This is part one of a series. The big money being spent in Anaheim campaigns right now is a drop in the bucket in comparison to what can be gained from the special interests laundering funds through a variety of Curt Pringle's groups.

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  14. Civics Teacher Joanne Fawley Tries to Break Through the Entrenched...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 2 | Orange Juice

    Four of the five current members of the Fullerton Joint Union High School Governing Board - including the three incumbents now running for reelection - have served together for 30 years. Continuity has its benefits - but also its drawbacks.

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  15. As Predicted, Jordan Brandman Betrays Latinos and His Nominal Party...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 1 | Orange Juice

    I wish that I and others had been wrong in predicting that, no matter what he said, Jordan Brandman would ultimately betray the interests of Latinos and Democrats in the Anaheim City Council election by supporting the two candidates from his true party - the Pringle Ring. If I had been more bold, I would have predicted that he'd do so after promising not to do so - and at the sneakiest and worst possible last-minute time for the endorsed Democratic candidate, Dr. Jose F. Moreno.

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  16. The Orange Juice Blog's Comprehensive 2014 Voters' GuideRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 1 | Orange Juice

    TOP ROW, L to R: Katrina Foley , Sharon Quirk-Silva , Wendy Gabriella , Roman Reyna , Roy Englehardt ; MIDDLE ROW: Katherine Daigle and Mary Ann Gaido , Al Jabbar , Neel Kashkari , Nader Shahatit ; BOTTOM ROW: Diane Harkey , Robin Marcario , Bao Nguyen , Dr. Jose Moreno . Statewide Races : Vote for the Democrat.

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  17. A Simple Mailer Devastates Kris Murray's Campaign - and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | Orange Juice

    One quibble: High-speed rail is the state's issue. Murray's spending Anaheim into oblivion to help her bosses is the issue for Anaheim's voters.

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  18. Voters Facing High-Profile, High-Conflict Races are Delaying Return of Their Vote-By-Mail BallotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 28 | Orange Juice

    The maxim in OC is that 1/3 of the voters turn in their vote-by-mail ballots right away, 1/3 turn them in sometime over the course of the following few weeks, and the final third vote at the polls. I'm not sure whether that's true, but more than one source has proclaimed it to me with the confidence suggesting that it's conventional wisdom.

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  19. Not DUNN with HB yet? Toll Lane Lucy, Bolsa Chica Betrayer, tells us who to vote for.Read the original story

    Monday Oct 27 | Orange Juice

    Orange County Business Council head flack Lucy Dunn is well-known and well-remembered in my hometown of Huntington Beach. And I'll get into why real soon.

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  20. I Have Earned the Right to Display the RNC's Precise ElephantRead the original story

    Monday Oct 27 | Orange Juice

    My party's symbol is the elephant. The elephant is a quick way to tell the Voters that I am a Republican.

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