Jordan Brandman

Moreno’s Double Standard Regarding Democrats Supporting Republicans

On March 8, the Chicano Latino Immigrant Democratic Club of OC hosted Daraka Larimore-Hall, a democratic socialist and candidate for chairman of the California Democratic Party. During the question-and-answer portion of the program, Anaheim Councilman Jose F. Moreno tossed this query at Larimore-Hall: “My question is related, from my end, as a Central Committee of the Democratic Party here in ...

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Mayor Sidhu Pledges $250 Million In Resident-Driven Neighborhood Investment That Puts “Anaheim First”

  In his inaugural State of the City address yesterday, Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu laid out an ambitious, upbeat vision of resident-driven investment in neighborhoods and economic development with a purpose – the underpinnings of what he termed a “new Golden Age for Anaheim.” [Click here to read the speech.] $250 Million In Resident-Driven Neighborhood Investment Over 10 Years “Over ...

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Ad Hoc Council Committee To Explore Revamping City Boards and Commissions

After a long and jumbled discussion of city boards and commissions primarily focused on the Youth Commission, the Anaheim City Council last week formed an ad hoc committee to address attendance problems that prevent some commissions from functioning. The ad hoc committee of Mayor Pro Tem Lucille Kring and Councilmembers Jose Moreno and Jordan Brandman will report back in 60 ...

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Are Days Numbered For Maxwell Park Homeless Encampment?

The temporary emergency shelter on State College is due to open its doors the morning of December 20. The first order of business is to accommodate those homeless encamped at Maxwell, Twila Reid and La Palma parks.  Homeless people camping at those parks have been outreached to and warned that with the opening of the temporary shelter, the city will ...

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Anaheim/OC Hotel & Lodging Assoc. Endorses Brandman, Caldwell and O’Neil for Council

From the Anaheim/Orange County Hotel & Lodging Association: AOCHLA PAC Announces 2018 Anaheim City Council Endorsements ANAHEIM, CALIF – AOCHLA PAC, the political action committee formed by the Anaheim/Orange County Hotel and Lodging Association, has announced its endorsements for Anaheim City Council Districts 2, 3 and 6. The PAC is endorsing Jordan Brandman for District 2. “Jordan is a previous ...

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Anaheim Firefighters Endorse Jordan Brandman for Council in District 2

From the Anaheim Firefighters Association: Firefighters Announce District 2 Endorsement in November’s Council Race Anaheim, CA. – August 22, 2018. The Anaheim Firefighters Association, Local 2899 is pleased to announce its support for former councilmember Jordan Brandman to represent the City’s 2nd Council District. According to Association President Rick Cheatham, the organization’s members picked Brandman because he is a proven ...

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District 3: Moreno Edges Brandman For The Win

[Cross-posted from OC Daily] Every day since Election Day, leftist Chicano Studies professor Jose F. Moreno has chipped away at the lead of Councilman Jordan Brandman. By Friday, the two Democrats were tied, and this evening’s ballot counting update put Moreno 44 votes ahead of Brandman: While there are reportedly some challenged ballots still to be counted in District 3, ...

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UPDATED – District 3: Brandman and Moreno TIED

[Cross-posted from OC Daily] You cannot make this stuff up. The Council District 3 race – upon which the balance of power on Anaheim City Council hinges – is tied: It’s our understanding all the ballots in District 3 have been counted. If so, state law says the winner is decided by a coin flip. The loser of the coin ...

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District 3 Update: Brandman Holds Onto Lead Over Moreno

[Cross-posted from OC Daily] Another round of ballot counting updates, and the race in Anaheim’s Council District 3 got a little tighter. Leftist academic Jose F. Moreno picked up some votes, but it wasn’t nearly as big a gain as yesterday. Another 1,217 votes were counted in District 3, and Moreno picked up 34 – putting him 61 votes behind ...

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