Lorri Galloway in 4th in the 4th
A way back, when her carpetbagging candidacy actually seemed plausible in some circles, Anaheim Hills’ Precious Princess unleashed a video campaign that portended all sorts of unintended hilarity.
It was called “Lorri in 4th Gear” and was supposed to feature the Precious One in meaningful dialog with her would-be constituents. The first video was so comical and so amateurish that there were no more.
Now, Galloway’s efforts have given new meaning to the phrase “Lorri in 4th Gear” as she has now slipped under the vote count tallied by Buena Park’s Art Brown – who barely campaigned at all and is now in third place. Here are the latest numbers posted by the ROV:
|ROSE MARIE ESPINOZA||6,231||12.4%|
As you can see, things aren’t looking too good for Lorri’s Legacy. Of course her dollar to vote count isn’t nearly as embarrassing as Hide and Seek Harry Sidhu and his union pals, so there’s always that perspective to fall back on.
5 Replies to “Lorri Galloway in 4th in the 4th”
Maybe next time the Galloways can register little Bella to vote and run her instead.
Bound to do better. I wonder what the Liberal OC’s Dan Whatshisname thinks about his $200 investment now.
Well, we’re stuck with her for another couple of years and then she’ll be gone for good. In the meantime maybe somebody in authority will look into why nobody lives at the Eli Home shelter in Anaheim.
Yeah, where is Friends for Anaheim’s Future on this one?
Fullerton Rudy: I’m very proud of Lorri! Even though she didn’t win, fourth place is nothing to sneeze at! In fact, I just sent her another couple hundred dollars — I’m hoping that next she’ll “move” to Irvine to start a supervisorial run in my district!
Lorri is such a special treasure — a great, saintly servant to the people and a brilliant politician — that I’m hoping that she doesn’t let this temporary setback get her down!
And as of today, LORRI IS BACK IN 3RD PLACE BY AN OVERPOWERING 23 VOTES!!!!!!1!!!!!!
GO LORRI GO!!!!!! WE BELIEVE IN YOU!!!!!!!!
I was planning to spend this afternoon writing a 65,000 word “think piece” (that’s what us pro PR men call it) on the wider implications of my lawsuit against Art Pedroza, followed by a short update on my daughter’s pro-am Badminton team, but I’m so pumped that I think I’ll spend the day starting a “Write In Galloway For Supe ’10” campaign instead.
Go Lorri! I haven’t been so excited since the day I was able to get a picture of me standing next to Hillary Clinton and Loretta Sanchez!