O.C. Clerk-Recorder Candidate Hugh Nguyen to be interviewed tonight on 88.9 FM

Get the dirt on Tom Daly, live on 88.9 FM tonight at 5:30 pm

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Orange County Clerk-Recorder candidate Hugh Nguyen, who is challenging career politician Tom Daly, will be on the air tonight as Cameron Jackson’s guest, on his popular OC Show.  The program will start at 5:30 pm, at 88.9 FM.

I have a feeling that Nguyen will be telling listeners all about the corruption and waste at Daly’s office.

Jackson provides audio links on his website after the interviews.  We will be sure to post this one when it is available.

In related news, Liberal OC blogger Chris Prevatt, who like Nguyen works for the County of Orange, has been stalking Nguyen again.  This time he sent his campaign manager a series of questions that had NOTHING to do with Nguyen or his campaign.  For some reason Prevatt thinks Nguyen has an ownership interest in the Lee’s Sandwiches that his uncle opened recently in Santa Ana.  I am told that Nguyen blew Prevatt off!  Good for him!

I wonder if Prevatt is working on Daly’s campaign while on the clock at the County of Orange?  There are allegations that he has been blogging at work and that he has been seen taking a lot of non-work related phone calls while on the clock.  He is supposedly being investigated by his boss even now, at the behest of Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach.

Prevatt’s union, the OCEA, is known to be shilling for Daly.  They recently underwrote the new Voice of OC website, which we like to call the “Voice of the OCEA.”  As expected, the “reporters” at the Voice of the OCEA are ignoring all of the corruption and waste at Daly’s office that has been reported here on our blog by Tony Bushala.


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