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June 18, 1994 | JAIME ABDO
Jo Ellen Allen was appointed to the Board of Governors of the State Bar of California, Gov. Pete Wilson announced this week. Allen, 47, is president of Eagle Forum, Phyllis Schlafly's national group that supports traditional family values and principles of limited government. In 1992, Allen ran unsuccessfully for Orange County's 69th Assembly District seat. The Board of Governors regulates the legal profession and works to improve the administration of justice in California.
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February 4, 2001
Re "Moorlach Feels Pain of School Losses," Jan. 18: The story dealt with the Orange County treasurer department's involvements in Edison International commercial paper and short-term notes. I provided my views on that topic and others, and was briefly quoted in the article. However, readers might likely infer from the juxtaposition of my "generic" comment that I lacked faith in Treasurer John M.W. Moorlach's objectivity. Nothing could be further from the truth. Additionally, the article suggested that Southern California Edison's Jo Ellen Allen potentially influenced Moorlach's investment decisions.
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October 22, 1992 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assemblyman Tom Umberg (D-Garden Grove) dispatched a letter Wednesday to Gov. Pete Wilson asking him to rescind his endorsement of Republican challenger Jo Ellen Allen, citing lawsuits and tax liens against her husband's business and the couple's failure to promptly pay $14,600 in back rent on the family's former residence.
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June 25, 1995
Jo Ellen Allen of Corona del Mar has been appointed to the parole authority for convicted felons committed to drug rehabilitation. Gov. Pete Wilson on Friday announced Allen's appointment to the Narcotic Addict Evaluation Authority, a post that pays $33,546 a year. Allen, 48, is a Republican and president of Eagle Forum of California, a nonprofit public policy organization that espouses free enterprise, traditional family values, strong national defense and the principles of limited government.
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October 5, 1992 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nothing riles Orange County's Republican elite quite like the fact that Tom Umberg is the assemblyman in the 69th District. It's little wonder. Umberg is the lone Democrat in Orange County to hold a state or national office and, as such, he's a ready target for Republican ire. Now comes the latest challenger.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1995
Jo Ellen Allen of Corona del Mar has been appointed to the parole authority for convicted felons committed to drug rehabilitation. Gov. Pete Wilson on Friday announced Allen's appointment to the Narcotic Addict Evaluation Authority, a post that pays $33,546 a year. Allen, 48, is a Republican and president of Eagle Forum of California, a nonprofit public policy organization that espouses free enterprise, traditional family values, strong national defense and the principles of limited government.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 4, 2001
Re "Moorlach Feels Pain of School Losses," Jan. 18: The story dealt with the Orange County treasurer department's involvements in Edison International commercial paper and short-term notes. I provided my views on that topic and others, and was briefly quoted in the article. However, readers might likely infer from the juxtaposition of my "generic" comment that I lacked faith in Treasurer John M.W. Moorlach's objectivity. Nothing could be further from the truth. Additionally, the article suggested that Southern California Edison's Jo Ellen Allen potentially influenced Moorlach's investment decisions.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 28, 1992
What do Marian Bergeson, Doris Allen, Jo Ellen Allen, Mary Mays-McCaughey, Deborah Gibson, Emily Sanford, Alexis Pringle, Debra S. Jones, Joy L. Neugebauer, Cathy Sullivan, Rose H. Anderson, Debra Allen, Dorothy H. Hughes, Lynn S. Turner, Mary Ellen Park, Marcia Gilchrist, Kathy Dittner, Dorothy Marie Allen, Norma Bastanchury, Barbara J. Marr, Marilyn A. Sutton, Mary Curtius, June Cerruto, Karen K. Irvine and Alice A. Anderson have in common?...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1992
I am currently an appointed member of the Orange County Republican Central Committee, and I was appointed by a man. I am now a newly elected member of this committee. The composition is 19 men and 23 women. We cannot expect preferential treatment on one hand and then be expected to be treated as equals when it serves our purpose. Candidates who run for office must expect either to win or lose on the merits of their own campaigns. Someone told me recently that those who won by small margins ran an excellent campaign.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 1992
Let me give Hugh Hewitt seven real reasons why Bush won't win big in Orange County. I don't need anywhere near the space he took. 1. Orange County's economy stinks, and Bush doesn't have a clue what to do about it. 2. Our taxes are higher than ever. Bush lied--and his apology aside, we don't believe him any more. 3. Crime in this county and our country is growing faster than ever, and Bush, although he talks tough, that seems to be about all he does. 4. The Democratic Party has moved to the center, while the Republicans have been captured by the religious right.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 16, 1995
Re "Wilson Seeks 15% Income Tax Cut Over Three Years," Jan. 10: Is he out of his gubernatorial mind? The recession has not left the majority of Californians, the state treasury is broke, essential services are being cut, or eliminated, and Pete Wilson wants to undermine the financial health of California by giving us a post-election placebo. If anything, taxes need to be raised, not lowered. I firmly believe that we must stop acting penny-wise and pound-foolish by jumping on the tax-cut bandwagon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 1994 | JAIME ABDO
Jo Ellen Allen was appointed to the Board of Governors of the State Bar of California, Gov. Pete Wilson announced this week. Allen, 47, is president of Eagle Forum, Phyllis Schlafly's national group that supports traditional family values and principles of limited government. In 1992, Allen ran unsuccessfully for Orange County's 69th Assembly District seat. The Board of Governors regulates the legal profession and works to improve the administration of justice in California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 1992 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County's 69th Assembly District has always produced some of the region's most bruising political campaigns, and this season's high-priced slugfest has held true to form. Democratic Assemblyman Tom Umberg, 37, and Republican challenger Jo Ellen Allen, 46, have spent nearly $1 million combined, and they have used most of the campaign cash to batter each other with political mail as indelicate as an uppercut.
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October 22, 1992 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assemblyman Tom Umberg (D-Garden Grove) dispatched a letter Wednesday to Gov. Pete Wilson asking him to rescind his endorsement of Republican challenger Jo Ellen Allen, citing lawsuits and tax liens against her husband's business and the couple's failure to promptly pay $14,600 in back rent on the family's former residence.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1992 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nothing riles Orange County's Republican elite quite like the fact that Tom Umberg is the assemblyman in the 69th District. It's little wonder. Umberg is the lone Democrat in Orange County to hold a state or national office and, as such, he's a ready target for Republican ire. Now comes the latest challenger.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 1992
Let me give Hugh Hewitt seven real reasons why Bush won't win big in Orange County. I don't need anywhere near the space he took. 1. Orange County's economy stinks, and Bush doesn't have a clue what to do about it. 2. Our taxes are higher than ever. Bush lied--and his apology aside, we don't believe him any more. 3. Crime in this county and our country is growing faster than ever, and Bush, although he talks tough, that seems to be about all he does. 4. The Democratic Party has moved to the center, while the Republicans have been captured by the religious right.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1985
A Times editorial (Aug. 20), "See the Busy Book-Burners," implied that Eagle Forum, a national organization founded by Phyllis Schlafly, is engaged in "censorship in the nation's public schools" and "efforts to ban books" based on "educational agendas aimed at tailoring students' thinking to their point of view." Had The Times' editorial writer contacted Mrs. Schlafly, he would have learned that Eagle Forum actively promotes balanced presentations of subject matter, an emphasis on academic subjects, and parental involvement in the education of their children, not censorship.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1992
I am currently an appointed member of the Orange County Republican Central Committee, and I was appointed by a man. I am now a newly elected member of this committee. The composition is 19 men and 23 women. We cannot expect preferential treatment on one hand and then be expected to be treated as equals when it serves our purpose. Candidates who run for office must expect either to win or lose on the merits of their own campaigns. Someone told me recently that those who won by small margins ran an excellent campaign.
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