Lorri Galloway

It’s Official: Lorri Galloway is Running for Mayor

She’s been telling people for months, and we’ve been posting about it here for months (and before anyone else). Now she’s making it official via a Frank Mickadeit column: former Councilwoman Lorri Galloway is running for Mayor of Anaheim against incumbent Tom Tait. Frank writes: Galloway’s [candidacy] is a shock, however, given their political relationship. Even though she is a ...

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More Lorri Galloway for Mayor Buzz

Anaheim Insider here. Back in August, I reported that Lorri Galloway was plotting to run against Tom Tait for Mayor next year. Last week, I blogged that at a union send-off party for OC Labor Fed firebrand Tefere Gebre, Galloway was telling others of her plans to challenge Tait. Gabriel San Roman is following on our heels with this post on ...

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Overheard: Lorri Galloway Readying A Mayoral Run

Anaheim Insider here. The OC Labor Federation had a send-off celebration for its Executive Director Tefere Gebre. The left-wing firebrand is off to Washington DC to be the Executive Vice President of the AFL-CIO. From there, he can wage war on free enterprise on a national scale. Former Anaheim Councilwoman Lorri Galloway was at the union gathering, and was overheard ...

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Who Is Running for Mayor of Anaheim?

Anaheim Insider here. The buzz around insider circles is the possibility that state Sen. Lou Correa might run for Mayor of Anaheim next year, when current Mayor Tom Tait seeks a second four-year term. Correa is forced out of the state Senate by term limits in 2014. What are his plans? He has a Lou Correa for Attorney General 2018 ...

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ESCRI Forum: Blame The Anaheim Police

I encourage you to read today’s Voice of OC article on last night’s forum organized by the East Street Community Renewal Initiative (ESCRI), a project of former (and potentially future) Councilwoman Lorri Galloway. It contains many jewels. Let’s start with this one: “The consensus from the forum attendees was clear – the police department is still racist, and city government still can’t ...

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“Civil” Unrest?

I was looking at the flyer for tonight’s “Voice of the Community” Forum taking place this evening at St. Anthony Claret Church. It’s a project of the East Street Community Renewal Initiative, which is a project of former-Councilwoman Lorri Galloway, whom it is widely assumed will be running for Anaheim City Council next year. I was noticed the title – “The Aftermath of Anaheim’s Civil Unrest” ...

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Why Did Tom Tait Appoint A Liberal Transplant To Council Elections Committee?

Anaheim Insider here. Reading Matt Cunningham’s coverage of the Anaheim Citizens Advisory Committee process ought to be an eye-opener for anyone concerned about the future of our city. It has put all other media coverage combined to shame. Sad to say, it has largely been hijacked by a confederacy of highly-organized and well-funded liberal pressure groups with direct representation on the ...

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Citizens Advisory Committee: A Majority For 6 Councilmembers; Split on At-Large v. Single-Member Districts

The Anaheim Citizens Advisory Committee on Elections held its next-to-last meeting last night (I’ll post the video when it is available). It’s main business was voting on recommendations about the structure of the Anaheim City Council — specifically, whether to expand the size of the council, and whether to continue electing members at-large or switch to a single-member district basis. ...

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UNITE-HERE Pushing Anaheim To Adopt “Retention” Policy

Wondering what kind of anti-business policies single-member council districts would make more likely in Anaheim? Look no further than UNITE-HERE Local 11’s lobbying of the City of Anaheim to adopt a “retention” policy a la that paragon of mismanagement and ill-governance, Los Angeles. To illustrate how “retention” works, I’ll excerpt from Los Angeles International Airport’s retention policy, which imposes these requirements on LAX contractors: ...

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