Rancho Santa Margarita, CA. Each of the most
prominent Republican Party organizations have
Jack Brick, Ken Maddox, Sue Palazzo and Mike
Winsten, the four reform
candidates running for seats on board of trustees of
the Capistrano Unified School District in the
November 4th general election. The
endorsements were unanimous and came from the most
prominent Republican Party organizations, including:
• The California Republican Assembly Link
• The Republican Party of Orange County Link
• The Orange County Young Republicans Link
Brick, Maddox, Palazzo and Winsten are also endorsed by the CUSD Recall Committee.
Brick, Maddox, Palazzo & Winsten each bring a wide spectrum of impressive personal and professional talents that will make them uniquely qualified and ready to serve as CUSD Trustees once elected in November. They possess qualities and experience the “old guard” Trustees clearly lack.
San Juan Capistrano, CA. Ellen Addonizio, Jack Brick and Larry Christensen have each declared their intention to run for a position on the Capistrano Unified School District (CUSD) Board of Trustees in this November’s elections. Today, the CUSD Recall Committee officially endorsed Addonizio, Brick & Christensen.
After an exhaustive search for the very best candidates, the CUSD Recall Committee is confident that Addonizio, Brick & Christensen will put the best interests of the children and the taxpayers above all other interests in each decision they make. We are also confident these reform candidates will ask the tough questions, hold the CUSD administrative staff accountable for their actions, and work to create a transparent organization that is responsive to the community. Read More...
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA. CUSD Superintendent James Fleming has “resigned” in disgrace. “This moves us one step closer to restoring honesty, integrity and accountability into our public school system,” said Thomas Russell, spokesperson for the CUSD Recall Committee.
In announcing his resignation, Fleming posted three self-serving, self-aggrandizing and misleading statements on the CUSD official website. In summary, those statements provided: Read More...