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While the Disney Company, through the SOAR PAC, has been propping up Tom Daly’s lame campaign for the 69th Assembly District, he is being outworked by his leading opponent – Santa Ana Councilwoman Michele Martinez.  Just look at the endorsements she has racked up thus far:

  • Assemblyman Ben Hueso
  • Assemblyman Roger Hernandez
  • Assemblyman Ricardo Lara
  • Assemblyman Henry Perea 
  • Assemblyman Jose Solorio
  • Ret. Senator Martha Escuita
  • Ret. Assemblywoman Cindy Montanez
  • Ret. Assemblyman Alberto Torrico
  • Santa Ana, Mayor Miguel Pulido
  • Santa Ana, Councilmember David Benavides
  • Santa Ana, Councilmember Sal Tinajero
  • Santa Ana, Councilmember, Vince Sarmiento
  • Garden Grove, Councilmember, Dina Nguyen
  • Garden Grove, Former Councilmember, Mark Rosen
  • Brea, Councilmember, Ron Garcia
  • Lake Forest, Councilmember, Kathryn McCullough
  • San Juan Capistrano, Councilmember, Laura Freese
  •  Montebello School Board, Gerri Guzman
  •  Cudahy, Mayor Josue Barrios
  •  El Monte, Councilmember, Joseph Gonzalez
  •  Bell Gardens, Sergio Infanzon
  •  Southgate, Jorge Morales
  •  Hawthorne, Mayor Protem, Alex Vargas
  •  Hawthorne, School Board, John Vargas
  •  Santa Ana, Planning Commissioner, Eric Adelrete
  •  Santa Ana, Planning Commissioner, Patrick Correa
  •  Santa Ana, Planning Commissioner, Sean Mill
  •  Santa Ana, Housing and Redevelopment Commissioner, Lynnette Verino
  •  Santa Ana, Housing and Redevelopment Commissioner, Monica Garcia
  •  Santa Ana, Parks and Recreation Commissioner, Ken Nguyen
  •  Santa Ana, Parks and Recreation Commissioner, Max Madrid
  •  Santa Ana, Youth Chair Commissioner, Jonathan Espinoza
  •  Santa Ana, Environmental and Transportation Commissioner, Don Cribb
  •  Santa Ana, Environmental and Transportation Commissioner, Kim Olson
  •  HOPE, PAC
  •  (Partial Listing)
Impressive!  And I hear she has a good shot at landing the endorsement of the California Assembly Latino Caucus.
Martinez notes on her website that “the newly reapportioned Assembly district is extremely diverse- it has a population that is 78.3% Latino, 9.7% Asian and 1.5% African American (2010 Census). ”  All the more reason to elect Martinez, not Daly.
Click here to get involved in her campaign and click here to contribute to the effort.
What about the other Democratic candidate?  Well, Julio Perez continues to be unknown in the district and the Disney Company took away his biggest campaign issue when they settled their contract with their hotel workers.  Game over for Perez!