Discussing 405 Toll Lanes with KFI's John & Ken

On Tuesday, September 23, 2014 I was on the John and Ken show discussing the toll lanes on the 405. You can listen to the clip by clicking here.

Fundraiser on September 28, 2014

My Commentary in the Daily Pilot: Stop the 405 toll-lane money grab

Here we go again. Critics successfully convinced the Orange County Transportation Authority to shelve the 405 toll-lanes proposal, but now Caltrans is backing the idea and hopes to use Orange County sales tax revenue to tax us even more.

Orange County voters have twice voted for Measure M, the half-cent sales tax, to pay for transportation needs in Orange County. The Measure M promise was clear: a new lane in each direction on the 405 from Costa Mesa to Seal Beach. Caltrans, like OCTA before it, wants to use Measure M funds to further increase revenue through the addition of toll lanes on the 405.

Read full story at DailyPilot.com

Candidates Compared

My opponent and public employee unions are spending over $650,000 to buy this election. Here is a mailer I sent comparing myself and the other main candidate.

Click here to view the whole mailer.

Do You Have Questions Before You Vote?

I'd love to talk with you and answer your questions. My number is 714-758-5318. You can also me email at allan@allanmansoor.com. If you are concerned about some of the things my opponent has said about me, please consider the source (or lack thereof). I've provided substantial documentation to support the reasons why I am the best candidate. You can read it here.

This is quite different from my opponent who has broadly referenced documents spanning almost a decade. My information is complete because it's true. Her information is generic because she is trying to mislead you with distorted information and outright fabrications. So again, if you have any questions for me, please call me at 714-758-5318. I'm looking forward to talking to you.

My Letter to Voters

This campaign has seen my opponent sending at least a dozen pieces of mail. She's spending over $500,000 and there has been at least another $100,000 from public employee unions. Everything I've seen offers little substance about what she will do as Supervisor and the claims they've made about me range from complete distortions to outright fabrications.

Below is a letter I've sent to Orange County voters. I discuss what I want I want to do as County Supervisor and why I'm the best candidate.

Clck Here to Read the Entire Letter

Unlike my opponent, I've documented my claims. While I didn't have room to include them in the letter itself, you can review as much or as little as you like here.

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Assembly Town Hall Meeting this Thursday

This Thursday evening, I'll be holding an Assembly Town Hall Meeting at the Costa Mesa Community Center.  Click here for PDF with more information. 

Topics will include:

  • Update from Sacramento
  • Discussion of my 2014 legislative priorities
  • Q&A on community concerns

I hope to see you Thursday from 6:00 to 7:00. If you have any questions, you can call my district office at (714) 668-2100 or send email to jose.martinez@asm.ca.gov.

What Town Hall Meeting
When

Thursday, February 27, 2014
6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Where Costa Mesa Community Center
1845 Park Ave.
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

 

Campaign Kick-Off on Thursday, February 20th

The June election is around the corner, and we're kicking off my campaign for Orange County Supervisor next Thursday, February 20th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Fountain Bowl in Fountain Valley.

There is no charge to attend, but my host committee – Costa Mesa Mayor Jim Righeimer, Huntington Beach Mayor Matthew Harper, Seal Beach Councilman Gary Miller, and former Fountain Valley Mayor Larry Crandall – all recommend a minimum contribution of $99.

This campaign will be won on the ground, in our communities where people are more important than money. So my kick off is open to all of my friends and supporters, regardless of your ability to make a contribution at this time.

But, my opponent has significant financial resources. She moved her a few years ago from Los Angeles in hopes of buying this election. I will be outspent. So your financial support is very important to helping me get my message out.

I hope to see you at Fountain Bowl on the 20th. If you can't make it, please consider making a contribution online by clicking this link. The maximum contribution is $1900 per person ($3800 for husband and wife). PAC and corporate donations are permitted.

As always, if there is anything you'd like to discuss please send me a return email or call me at (714) 758-5318. If you would like to RSVP for the kick off, please call Daisy at (949) 791-7741 or email daisy@allanmansoor.com.

Allan

 

What: Allan Mansoor for Supervisor Campaign Kick Off
When:

Thursday, February 20, 2014
5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Where:

Fountain Bowl
17100 Brookhurst Street
Fountain Valley, CA 92708

RSVP: Daisy at (949) 791-7741
daisy@allanmansoor.com

To download a copy of copy the invitation, click here.

Help Us Keep the 405 Free

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