Kris Murray

Fact Check: Did Council Direct The Simultaneous Release of Stadium Appraisal To Public?

Last year, did the Anaheim City Council direct that the Angel Stadium appraisal be released simultaneously to the city council and the public? It did, according to yesterday’s Voice of OC story on Angel Stadium negotiations: “A Nov. 20 2018 vote stipulated the appraisal would be released to the public and the City Council simultaneously, with the language in the ...

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Insightful Analysis Of The 3rd Supervisor District Special Election

Republican consultant Chris Nguyen offers this insightful analysis of the results of this week’s special election to fill the 3rd Supervisor District vacancy: All 7 candidates lost their respective hometowns Sanchez won Irvine, Silverado, and Tustin; she won an absolute majority in Silverado Not surprising that Sanchez won Irvine, as that was the linchpin of the Democratic victories in 2018, ...

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UNITE-HERE Local 11’s Stunt Threatens Orange County Workers

This opinion article was originally published in the Orange County Register on January 25, 2019 By Reuben Franco and Kris Murray A small faction of radical left-wing unionists has been working over the past decade to establish their political dominance in Orange County. They refuse to engage in constructive dialog and regularly put their own political interests ahead of others, including ...

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Councilwoman Kris Murray: Thank You, Anaheim!

From Councilwoman Kris Murray: Thank you Anaheim – It’s Been an Adventure! After two terms, eight years, it’s time to pass the baton to a new generation of city leaders. I took office on December 7, 2010, surrounded by family, friends and community leaders who supported my candidacy to serve as a member of the Anaheim City Council. Tonight, I step ...

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Anaheim Neighborhood Groups Endorse Kris Murray For Supervisor

From the Kris Murray for Supervisor campaign: Neighborhood Leaders Endorse Kris Murray for Orange County Supervisor Anaheim’s Oldest Neighborhood Associations Join Growing Coalition of Support for Murray ANAHEIM, CALIF — Today, the Anaheim Neighborhood Association PAC and Anaheim Hills Community Council have both endorsed Kris Murray as the leading candidate for Orange County’s Third District Supervisor. “Kris Murray has been a ...

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Councilwoman Murray Appointed To Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board

Anaheim City Councilwoman Kris Murray has been appointed to the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board, Governor Jerry Brown’s office announced yesterday. From the announcement press release: Kristine Murray, 50, of Anaheim, has been appointed to the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board. Murray has been president and chief executive officer at KLM Strategies since 2018. She was senior ...

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Loretta Sanchez Running in 3rd Supervisor District Special Election

Former Representative Loretta Sanchez will join the rapidly growing field of candidates who will run in the 3rd Supervisor District special election that will likely take place in March 2019. Sanchez, a Democrat, represented central OC in Congress from 1996 until 2016, when she opted to run for U.S. Senate. Sanchez’ name had been circulating as a possible candidate for ...

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OCCORD Executive Director Shakeel Syed Calls America “Racist”

When UNITE-HERE Local 11 has a political interest in an Anaheim City Council council agenda item, it’s a safe bet Shakeel Syed, the executive director of its subsidiary OCCORD, will be there to speak. Last week, for example, he and other UNITE-HERE Local 11 minions joined co-president Ada Briceno speaking against Councilwoman Kris Murray’s proposal to revise the $18 minimum ...

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Murray V. Moreno

Last week, we posted Anaheim Colony resident Keith Oleson’s July 17 takedown of Councilman Jose F. Moreno’s attempt to deflect constituent ire over a 75-bed homeless recuperative care facility coming to District 3. Oleson’s phillipic was posted on NextDoor.com and the Mother Colony listserv. Moreno published a reply on July 19, in which he attempted to preemptively blame Councilwoman Kris ...

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