Thank you from the bottom of my heart for giving me the opportunity to continue to be your voice in Congress. With nearly every vote counted, 62% of votes in California's 46th Congressional district were cast in my favor, and for that strong support I am eternally grateful.Continue Reading
Election Day is just a few days away, which means it's Time to Get Out the Vote!
If you've got a few hours to spare this weekend, Loretta needs your help to finish strong and ensure she can keep representing you in Congress. Loretta will be at her campaign headquarters every day this weekend, working together with you towards a win. Can you make door hangers? Meet voters? Enter data? Whatever your skills, she needs you!
Saturday, November 3
Sunday, November 4
Monday, November 5
ELECTION DAY, November 6
You can text the word LORETTA to 83224 for information on volunteering. Or, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When can you help Congresswoman Sanchez in the final push?
Reaching out to voters, delivering yard signs, knocking on doors, entering data...
We're open every day and all weekend until late. Let us know what works with your schedule.
Reach us by texting the word Loretta to 83224 and texting your availability. Call the campaign office at 714-860-5778. Thanks!
Think what you might about Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez's politics, but there is no denying that the Anaheim Democrat continually helps steer important federal grants to Orange County's local government entities, especially law enforcement agencies.
Yesterday, with our Liz Monroy watching, Sanchez visited Sandra Hutchens' Orange County Sheriff's Department and its OC Crime Lab to celebrate a 2011 award of $485,000 from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Federal officials hope the money will speed critical, forensic DNA analysis in the county's criminal cases.
During her visit, the congresswoman--a member of the House Armed Services Committee and the Committee on Homeland Security--met with Elizabeth Thompson, the crime lab's DNA director, and Bruce Houlihan, director of the entire operation. The two gave Sanchez--who was upbeat and funny--a tour of the lab and explained the process of DNA analysis, according to Monroy.Continue Reading