Deceptive mailer alert: Lorrie Galloway is NOT the Democratic-Endorsed Candidate!

Just got this this morning from Supervisorial Candidate Rose Espinoza, and it seemed important to share here, before too many Democrats cast their votes in the First Supervisorial race.  I wonder who would be behind a paid slate mailer falsely claiming Lorrie to be the DPOC-endorsed candidate?  You think the Liberal OC guys will look into this, as they’re so close to Lorrie?  (By the way, if I lived in that district I would vote for Rose, the more serious progressive choice.)

Councilmember Rose Espinoza, Ann Meyers, and John Wooden.

Dear Vern

Some of you may have received a slate mailer called Democrat Election Education Guide. The slate mailer says that Lorri Galloway is the official endorsed candidate of the O. C. Democratic Party. That information is wrong.

At the April 26, Central Committee Meeting, neither Rose Espinoza nor Lorri Galloway received the official endorsement of the delegates voting that evening. No candidate received the endorsement of the Democratic Party of Orange County for Orange County Board of Supervisor, 4th District.

As most of you know, I am a life-long resident of La Habra and the Fourth Supervisorial District. I started Rosie’s Garage in 1992 to help kids stay away from gangs and be successful in school. I am the Executive Director of Rosie’s Garage and believe in giving kids the tools necessary to be successful in life.

In 2008, I was one of the recipients of the 2008 Caring Institute Awards. I was honored to receive the award along side John Wooden and Ann Meyers. John Wooden is the former UCLA basketball coach and Ann Meyers was a former basketball player. Each recipient had their own individual way of doing public service.

Reminder, phone banking next Sunday, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM at Casa Adelita Restaurant in La Habra.  Please help me become the new incumbent of the 4th Supervisorial District on June 8.

About Vern Nelson

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