Sanchez Is Trounced in Bid for U.S. Senate Seat

With more than 65 percent of precincts reporting as of early Wednesday morning, state Attorney General Kamala Harris led Orange County Rep. Loretta Sanchez 63.6 percent of the vote to 36.4 percent.

Sundheim Announces Cascade of Endorsements After Chavez Exits Race

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Angela Toft
Tel: 626-710-0695
Palo Alto, Calif. (February 9, 2016) – Following on the heels of Rocky Chavez’ withdrawal from the U.S. Senate race, Duf Sundheim announced a cascade of endorsements. Highlights:

Decorated war veteran General William Lyon has agreed to serve as the Campaign’s Honorary Chair
Congresswoman Mimi Walters announced her support
Republican State Senate Leader Jean Fuller endorsed Duf
One of the largest donor groups in the country, the Lincoln Club of Northern California, announced its support and made a maximum contribution
The 203,000-member California Small Business Associationannounced their endorsement
Local elected officials from across California including Humboldt County Supervisor Rex Bohn; Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren; San Pablo Mayor Rich Kinney; San Jose City Councilman Johnny Khamis and Morgan Hill School Board member Gino Borgioli all announced their endorsement.

Loretta Sanchez’s plan to win, in two words

Hao-Nhien Vu, also known as the Bolsavik, writes on issues related to Little Saigon and this week explains why all those candidates seeking to replace Loretta Sanchez should have no fear of her going back to her House seat.

Sanchez Jumps Into Race for Boxer’s U.S. Senate Seat

The nine-term Democratic U.S. congresswoman will go up against Attorney General Kamala Harris in what promises to be a hotly contested race in 2016. Former state Sen. Lou Correa followed Sanchez’s announcement with his intention to run for her House seat.