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Santa Ana Youth Commissioner Jonathan Espinoza is leading the vote for “Man of the Year”

We started the tradition of asking our readers to vote for the “Santa Ana Man of the Year” last year, when my friend Naui Huitzilopochtli won easily.  I believe he now lives in Costa Mesa, so he won’t be repeating – but we do have some great choices in the poll below.

As 2011 draws to a close, it is time one more to ponder, who was Santa Ana’s Man of the Year?  Vote below – and yes you can vote for up to three choices (if I missed someone you think should be on the list, please let us know by commenting!):

Who was Santa Ana's Man of the Year in 2011?

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22 thoughts on “Poll closes tonight: Who was Santa Ana’s Man of the Year in 2011?”
  1. No Dwight Smith? Although I don’t live in Santa Ana and wouldn’t feel right about voting, I would think he would be on the list. He’s a pretty good guy and would probably make a hell of a councilmember (watch those fireworks) if you could get him to run.

  2. This ones easy:
    Walters allows the smoke and mirror cuts for PD, he promised he wouldn’t allow and dump the FD to save the City over $20 a year.
    How could you not vote for him?

        1. Lou is the best and so is Max. Jonathan has benefited from being mentored by those two. I expect great things from him when he comes back to Santa Ana with his degree from Georgetown!

    1. I’m not quite sure why so many people think I even had anything to do with it. I supported it on my blog and think yhe made a fine effort. The real joke in Tustin is Jerry himself.

  3. “I mean on the list of Great Santa Ana Men!’…… Hmmmmm

    I am there and you are not
    I am man you are not
    that is all what matters

    Now compose something in the e-flat on your keyboard and you have a hit “Strange Kid”.

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