• Manuel Delgadillo

    Our SAPOA had lost its voice due to a prior president’s agenda of not being politically involved. Different styles of management that was not suited or benefitting our SAPOA. The City of Santa Ana is home to a rough crowd and I feel our politicians forget this. There is not a day that goes by without Santa Ana being in the news are comments I hear. The situation is now looking brighter for the community as well as for the officers that serve this cultural diverse city. God Bless America because change is good!

    • Juan-R-Perales

      Funny how officers getting more money in their pockets gets the City on the right track.

      • Manuel Delgadillo

        Sir, Staffing had been short for sometime. Staffing numbers are slowing back on the rise. Thank goodness….

  • LFOldTimer

    Before the elections I asked the SA voters to give me a reason to believe.

    Now it’s clear SA is a lost city. FUBAR.

    Now SA will turn into a police state and the union will clean the taxpayers out.

    Then they protest Trump. lol. Surreal.

    • David Zenger

      Now it’s clear SA is a lost city. POBOR

  • David Zenger

    They had their shot and proved to be just a petty, blind and venal as Pulido – like one junta replacing another.

  • Juan-R-Perales

    This campaign was about 3 issues: larger pay raises for officers, more officers & larger pensions. Gerry Serrano almost delivered for his members & hopes to lavish his riches on officers at the expense of city taxpayers.

    • BeeBee.BeeLeaves

      Chosen Few over Greater Good.
      Serf city.