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Anaheim: Vanderbilt Won the Hills, Murray & Eastman Won the Flatlands

Virtually every political analysis of the City of Anaheim references the split between Anaheim Hills and the Flatlands.

A closer look at the 2014 election results confirms that split – but in counterintuitive fashion.   624 more words

Anaheim

Measure L-Created Wrinkles for the 2016 City Council Election

A friend alerted me that missing from yesterday’s post on implementing Measure L was a discussion of how many council seats will be on the ballot in 2016. 332 more words

Council Districts

Democratic Former State Senator Gloria Romero Records Robocall Against Vanderbilt and Moreno

Former state Sen. Gloria Romero devotes herself to championing charter schools and helping parents utilize the Parent Trigger Law (which she authored) to create better educational opportunities for their children. 327 more words

2014 Election

The Tait-Vanderbilt-Moreno Popular Front

We’re near the finish line for the Anaheim elections. On the council side of things, the real choice before Anaheim voters is between re-electing Mayor Pro Tem Kris Murray and Councilwoman Gail Eastman, or replacing them with two members of Anaheim City School District Board of Education: James Vanderbilt and Jose F. 354 more words

Tom Tait

Anaheim Mailbox: Vanderbilt Lies About Murray Vote On Measure N

When he decided to run for Anaheim City Council at the beginning of the year, James Vanderbilt told both Mayor Pro Tem Kris Murray and Councilwoman Gail Eastman that he was mainly running to build up name ID, that he thought they’d done a good job and he wasn’t going to attack them. 201 more words

2014 Election

Anaheim Mailbox: James Vanderbilt of Team Tait Hit For "Educator" Claim

The surviving official member of Team Team is James Vanderbilt, Jose Moreno’s colleague on the Anaheim City School District Board of Education

Vanderbilt has also been on the receiving end of at least three hit pieces in the last week, all from the OCTax PAC. 70 more words

2014 Election

Dan Rather Political Drama 'Truth' to Shoot in Australia

Robert Redford- and Cate Blanchett-starring political drama “Truth” is to shoot in Australia from early 2015.

The decision to shoot in Sydney, New South Wales, for eight weeks was announced by NSW deputy premier and minister for the arts Troy Grant. 150 more words

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