DOG BITES MAN; DALY ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR 4TH DISTRICT SUPERVISOR
To no one’s surprise Tom Daly used his St. Paddy’s Day fundraiser to announce his candidacy for 4th District Supervisor, to replace outgoing Chris Norby.
However, the John Lewis-orchestrated candidacy does not appear to have gotten the Norby Endorsement that it has been pressuring the Supe to bestow.
Why a Republican ex-State Senator would be the driving engine behind a Dem’s candidacy has never been fully explained, although to all appearances it seems to be a way that Lewis can control a position that can help him promote his own agenda.
Nobody is buying into the “we owe him a favor for 2002” routine, not even Chris Norby, apparently.
Other candidates who may enter the fray include Fullerton’s own Shawn Nelson, and Anaheim Councilman (and necessarily carpetbagging) Harry Sidhu.
Another name that keeps surfacing is that of lilliputian Lorri Galloway, also of Anaheim, who, we have heard, is interested in pursuing other political options. Well, it’s a long time to the election and it’s a mid-termer for her so don’t place any bets just yet.
3 Replies to “DOG BITES MAN; DALY ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR 4TH DISTRICT SUPERVISOR”
Oh great, a campaign that stands for nothing except promoting the people involved.
I guess that’s business as usual.
BTW, love the graphics.
Apparently Lewis and a couple of fellow lobbyists descended upon Norby in his office Monday forcefully pleading for his endorsement of Daly.
It didn’t happen.
Maybe Norby is seeing the light about his association with these parasites. Let’s hope so. Better late than never.