Assembly District 11 Campaign Tidbits

The three Democrats in the race campaigning for the newly created AD-11 seat will be in San Diego this weekend seeking the official endorsement of the Democratic Party for the June 5 primary.  This should go to Jim Frazier based on his landslide 96% a few weeks ago at the pre-endorsement conference in Sacramento, but you never know what may happen. Click here to see the official pre-endorsement list results.

Endorsing caucuses will take place on Saturday February 11th. Ratification of endorsement recommendations will take place on Sunday, February 12th. California Democratic Party’s State Convention will be held in San Diego from February 10 to 12, 2012.

Jim Frazier Launches Website

Campaign Frazier has taken the approach of People Before Politics as a campaign theme—I have to admit, it has a nice sound to it. More importantly, those who look into his accomplishments for the City and non-profits and donated time will realize he can backs up the campaign statement. To view his website, visit

Mike Hudson Announces Upcoming Events

  • Friday, February 10th – Grand Opening Campaign Headquarters, 411 Main Street, Suisun City, 5:30-7:30 pm. According to the invite, attendees will enjoy a snack with  fellow county residents as you listen to Mike’s practical approach to overcome some of our districts greatest challenges! Hear what exciting and new plans Mike and his Team have to make Assembly District 11 an even better community to Live, Work, and Raise your Family!
  • Wednesday, February 15th – Community Coffee, MJ’s Café, 655 First Street, Brentwood, 10:00 am

Mr. Hudson also released an updated list of his endorsements which include Antioch City Councilman Gary Agopian and former councilman Allen Payton. Brentwood Vice-Mayor Steve Barr has also locally endorsed Hudson.

Len Augustine Announces Kick Off Event

An invitation recently went out inviting people to join Len Augustine as he kicks off his campaign on Feb. 23 at the Jelly Belly Candy Company in Fairfield.  The event is $50 per person or $99 per couple.

Patricia Hernandez Takes to Facebook

Ms. Hernandez appears to be reaching voters via her campaign facebook page. My only beef with her is how she is reaching out to people by playing identity politics which is pretty pathetic. I am all for being proud of heritage, but you are representing the entire district, not just Hispanics and women.

A recent post states the following:

“The Latino Legislative Caucus has just endorsed my campaign! I have the distinctive honor of being the only Latina, non-incumbent candidate who has received this honor.” –  Tuesday at 5:32pm via mobile.

I am just not a fan of anyone who plays just the identity politic card. I cannot support it.

Gene Gantt Somewhat Silent

There is no information or recent articles about his campaign since I posted how much funding was raised, but he did make a post via his campaign Facebook page which stated the following on Feb. 1, 2012.

“With the release of the campaign finance reports, it’s clear that we have a real chance to win in AD11. We’re right on the heels of some folks that have been in this race for far longer, and it won’t be long before we’ve passed them up.  A huge thanks to all of my supporters so far – let’s keep the momentum going!”


About burkforoakley

I call it like I see it . I love my city, I love my community and I want what is best for the people around me. Do the right thing, I will support you. Do the wrong thing, I will oppose you!
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