Will Joe Dunn run for the 68th Assembly District and take out Allan Mansoor?

Joe Dunn

Former State Senator Joe Dunn and Past 68th A.D. candidate Paul Lucas

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“Joe Dunn, an attorney and former state senator representing an Orange County district, said Tuesday he was stepping down as chief executive officer of the California Medical Association, which represents some 35,000 doctors statewide. He also said he hoped to remain with the CMA in some capacity,” according to Capitol Weekly.

I doubt Dunn will stay on the sidelines for long.  I think he could easily win the 68th Assembly District, which is being vacated by termed out Talibani Republican Van Tran.  The leading Republican candidate for this seat is the nightmarish Allan Mansoor.

Dunn already defeated a Republican legislator in Garden Grove when he whacked former State Senator Rob Hurtt back in 1998.  It would be no big deal for Dunn to move into the 68th, which he already represented in the State Senate.  Dunn would have name I.D., money and lots of support from the D.P.O.C.

Mansoor would be toast!

Dunn could serve three two year terms in the 68th then run for the Supervisorial seat held currently by Republican Janet Nguyen.  Dunn would easily prevail over lame Assemblyman Jose Solorio for that seat.  And I doubt the Republicans would be able to field any credible candidates for that seat.  The only elected Republican left in the area is questionable Santa Ana Councilman Carlos Bustamante.

I suppose a slew of Trannies could run for Nguyen’s seat, but after the fall of Andy Quach this week they are all suddenly on shaky ground.

Welcome back Joe – please run for the 68th and do us all a favor by defeating the crazed hater Mansoor!

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