Sat. Sep 24th, 2022

Santa Ana’s May Day march was a huge success. The theme of the May Day March was immigration reform.  There are only two immigrants left on our City Council today – Mayor Miguel Pulido and Councilman Vince Sarmiento.  David Benavides, Michele Martinez and Roman Reyna are however fluent in Pocho.

Kudos to Naui for shooting these videos.  Here is another video shot at the march:

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Art Pedroza started Orange County's first political blog, the Orange Juice, back in 2003. He now publishes the top civic blog in Orange County - New Santa Ana, plus other blogs including New Anaheim, New Fullerton and the Irvine News Blog, as well as the OC Politics Blog.

8 thoughts on “Big turnout for Santa Ana’s May Day March”
  1. Really? this is hardly anything let alone harassment… have you ever thought about working for FOX News.

  2. Answer = No.
    I am your anti-correspondent Admin,
    I was there for the whole march.
    The young man in black has his own press org. or website.
    He was basically in the face of the police officers the entire march with the video camera.
    I am sure that he thought he was acting out his rights. What he was actually doing was purposely impeding them from moving forward and protecting the street traffic. The police were very patient by and large.
    Commander Gominsky is an o.k. Dude as far as I know. .

    1. Thanks Mateo. I edited the post to reflect your input.

      Gominsky is actually a pretty funny guy. I can’t believe the SAPD made him go on the march!

  3. “There are only two immigrants left on our City Council today – Mayor Miguel Pulido and Councilman Vince Sarmiento”…….. Hmmmmmmm

    I was running for the council.

    That would made three of us.

    Do I qualify as an immigrant being a supreme white European?

  4. Peaceful march the entire time, i wish OC MAYDAY COALITION lots of success repealing Santa Ana PD’s contract with ICE.

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