At least they were subtle with Travis Kiger, Jennifer Fitzgerald, and Bruce Whitaker.
This time Chevron wrote a check for $500 directly to Don Bankhead. It wasn’t routed through the OC Biz PAC, it wasn’t routed through their Land and Development Manager, and it wasn’t routed through their Policy, Government, and Public Affairs Manager, either.
This is corporate meddling at its worst. You can view Mr. Bankhead’s 460 form (filed very late by the way) here.
Some food for thought, Fullerton . . .
Chevron thinks that Measure W, Development in West Coyote Hills, is a great idea and in Fullerton’s best interest. They’re calling it a “win-win”.
Chevron also thinks it’s a great idea and in Fullerton’s best interest to let Don Bankhead into the Guinness Book of World Records as the first public official in the United States to return to the same office from which he was recalled TWICE. Maybe we can call that a win-lose-win-lose-win.
Here’s hoping we can put two and two together to get four.