Does Quirk-Silva know what district she is running for? The 65th Assembly District does not include even one block of Santa Ana. The 65th Assembly District includes parts of these cities: Continue reading
Orange County Democrats were ecstatic when former Fullerton Mayor Sharon Quirk-Silva knocked off Chris Norby in 2012, in the 65th Assembly District. They partied hard but the party is over now that former Ed Royce staffer Young Kim has trounced Quirk-Silva in the 2014 General Election.
This was not a casual loss for the Democrats. It may well end up costing them their super majority in the State Assembly – an uncertain matter as several Assembly seats are still in close contention.
Make no doubt about it – retaining the 65th Assembly District was the major goal of the Democratic Party of Orange County in the 2014 General Election. They failed – and there are several good reasons for that. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: OCTOBER 1, 2014
SHARON QUIRK-SILVA FOR STATE ASSEMBLY
(714) 485-3377 – email@example.com
1559 W. Commonwealth Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92833
MEDIA CONTACT: Jonathan Barba, (562) 631-5098, Jonny@SharonQuirkSilva.com
Local Leaders Say Yes to Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva’s Re-election
Mayors and Council Members endorse Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva
Fullerton, CA- Elected officials from Anaheim, Buena Park, Cypress, Fullerton, La Palma, and Stanton added their support to Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva’s re-election campaign. Endorsements from Mayors and Council Members reflect support from every city in the 65th Assembly District.
Sharon Quirk-Silva for Assembly announced the following endorsements today: Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
SHARON QUIRK-SILVA FOR ASSEMBLY
MEDIA CONTACT: Jonathan Barba | (714) 485-3377 | Jonny@SharonQuirkSilva.com
Assembly Candidate Young Kim Fails to Attend Election Forum Hosted by College Students
Fullerton, CA – Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva participated in a candidate forum at California State University, Fullerton CSUF on Monday, September 29. The question-and-answer forum was hosted by the CSUF Associated Students, Inc. in conjunction with the Division of Politics, Administration and Justice, and the Office of Community and Government Relations. Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva’s opponent, Young Kim, did not respond to the students’ invitation to attend.
“Candidates Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva and Young Kim were invited via e-mail, phone, and mailed letter. Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva accepted the invitation by written hand-delivered letter. Young Kim did not respond to multiple attempts by Cal State Fullerton students to contact her office via mail, phone calls and follow-up e-mails,” stated CSUF Associated Students, Inc. Lobby Corps in a written statement. Continue reading
The O.C. Register asked four experts to analyze the results of this year’s June Primary election, to sort out who did and didn’t vote. The experts included our friend Scott Lay, the publisher of aroundthecapital.com.
What they concluded was:
- Rich, educated people vote more.
- Independent voters are less likely to vote in primaries.
- Seniors vote more.
- Ethnicity can influence turnout. (ie. Latinos don’t vote but Asians do)