Albert-Sheridan Lands Former California Deputy AG’s Endorsement for DA

Lenore Albert-Sheridan’s campaign for Orange County District Attorney is incredibly honored to announce that retired prosecutor, Leslie Westmoreland, from the Criminal Division of the Office of the Attorney General, California Department of Justice has officially endorsed her election campaign.

As Deputy Attorney General in the Financial Fraud and Special Prosecutions Section of the Criminal Division of the California Department of Justice, Leslie Westmoreland spent his career fighting for justice for the people of California.  During the great financial crises caused by Wall Street, he was part of the California’s Mortgage Fraud Strike Force team.

Take a look at what he had to say about Lenore’s run for District Attorney:

“I have known Lenore for years. She contacted me with potential cases once the A.G. formed California’s Mortgage Fraud Strike Force, of which I was the team member for the Central Valley.

We have communicated frequently on matters of fraud prevention, upholding Californians’ civil rights, and taking on large interests with vigor for the task.

Lenore is more than committed to truth and justice; she advocates for them.

Lenore Albert-Sheridan will be a strong district attorney, and an excellent leader for the entire office.”

If elected, Albert-Sheridan would be the first woman DA in Orange County history.

For more information go to www.LenoreAlbert.com.

  23 comments for “Albert-Sheridan Lands Former California Deputy AG’s Endorsement for DA

  1. Brooke
    May 16, 2018 at 7:18 pm

    Lenore, is the type of fair and ethical individual that is needed in political positions. She cannot be bought and she can’t be silenced. We need change ,and Lenore can deliver the change we are seeking.

  2. Gerald Senear
    May 16, 2018 at 7:51 pm

    I have known Lenore going on two years. She is fighter for truth and justice. No better candidate has ever run for District Attorney. People for the first time will be able to say, “She serves us.”

  3. Get
    May 16, 2018 at 8:44 pm

    I’ve also known Lenore a few years. She’s a complete train wreck.

    Kudos to Mr. Westmoreland, for taking time out from his hobby of polishing his collection of rare dildos, to make this important announcement.

  4. Melissa
    May 16, 2018 at 8:44 pm

    I’ve known Lenore for 41 years. She represents truth, justice, and the American way . There isn’t a more well-rounded, qualified person. I’m honored to call her friend

  5. Shill Droan
    May 17, 2018 at 7:06 am

    The goddess of justice has many obstacles and tribulations in her path, so it has always been. Heads will roll if need be. Certification by the corrupt State Board is a disqualification, when the Board itself is corrupt, corrupt, corrupt! All hail Lenore! Ja’i guru dharma.

  6. Gladys Barton
    May 17, 2018 at 7:24 am

    I have known Lenore Albert for over 80 years. Even when she was a small child, older children and sometimes adults would come to her to settle their disputes in a fair way. I will never forget how she revived my dead baby ferret. I would follow Lenore into a burning building, or off a cliff.

  7. Bob Barnett
    May 17, 2018 at 10:13 am

    I always look for a disbarred attorney when seeking legal advice. Especially when they’re tools of Epting.

  8. Erika
    May 17, 2018 at 11:25 am

    Lenore is EXACTLY what Orange County needs. Not because she’s a woman, because she seeks truth and justice in all she does. She has never been disbarred by the way, she has been targeted by jealous people afraid of her desire and determination in bringing corruption to the light!

  9. 4th District Resident
    May 17, 2018 at 2:19 pm

    “Lenore is EXACTLY what Orange County needs.”

    A DA who can’t practice law? That concept doesn’t seem awful useful.

    • Dan Chmielewski
      May 17, 2018 at 4:23 pm

      The DA seldom tries cases; they act more as a manager of a large staff of prosecutors.

      • 4th District Resident
        May 17, 2018 at 5:00 pm

        Aw…too bad for Lenore: the DA has to be a lawyer. Threatening to decapitate people isn’t enough.

        The Lost Lenore.

      • Nope
        May 17, 2018 at 7:47 pm

        The DA does have to have an active law license. It is required to “act more as a manager of a large staff of prosecutors.” Or to try cases.

        • Dan Chmielewski
          May 17, 2018 at 9:29 pm

          Did I say the DA didn’t need a license to practice law?

  10. OC Voter
    May 17, 2018 at 3:50 pm

    Lenore is an embarassment. Can she currently practice law? No, Despite her numerous explanations to the contrary. Her campaign (and previous campaigns) has been a joke from day one. Her latest tactic of attending city council meetings during public comment to promote herself (and subsequently getting cut off) underscores how truly misguided she is. This is same person who railed against Sanctuary activists coming into cities not their own when discussing SB54 and yet she’s been doing the exact same thing, Fullerton being the most recent example when she tried to promote herself, got cut off for campaigning, and then came back to speak on homelessness/affordable housing, Please do us a favor. Organize actual campaign events don’t waste our time.

  11. The Law-less license-less wonder
    May 18, 2018 at 5:46 pm

    A district attorney who has no license and new state bar amended complaint cause of action being Lenore forging a client’s signature on a legal form… No license pending cases yes multiple, at the bar court, 100s of thousands owed to others for losing every single case built around her bogus conspiracy theories, which she still tries to convince others it’s true, a district attorney on probation herself (I guess that’s her knowing the system), and Brooke I didn’t know you could access the internet from Jail. You should read the ruling in your case Lenore lost because she admits she wrote your declaration (against the laws/rules) and sent to sign it but her lack of attempt to find you in the jail system is why you lost. Unless Lenore are you using your clients account to try and boost your name…. That’s a classic

  12. Lenore
    May 19, 2018 at 9:38 am

    Just in case anyone here is new to this blog or me. Yes, I have my “fans” who for the most part stalk everything on the internet about me and come up with these incredibly untrue stories. For the most part, they have violent backgrounds so I have been advised not to engage with them.

    They get someone thrown in jail by selling them their sovereign citizen packages and then they blame me for it. I am to blame for almost any and everything that happens to anyone in their mind. That is why they are radicalized extremists. People have to stop giving them money.

    Reasonable readers should give greater weight to the endorsement by a real former prosecutor than to anonymous people commenting who most likely have criminal backgrounds that are saying outlandish things.

    I am not afraid to go after corruption or domestic terrorists. That makes some people very nervous. Imagine a world where the D.A.’s office was really run for and at the service of ALL people in the community.

    A court already ruled I am qualified to run and my name remains on the ballot for that purpose. My candidate statement can be found at http://www.lenorealbert.com or with the candidate filings online at http://www.ocvote.com

  13. May 20, 2018 at 6:26 am

    Lenore Albert defends the innocent and attacks corruption. The outrage of the corrupt speaks for itself. On the other hand, the best people support her, despite coming from diverse political backgrounds. Everyone from Republicans to independents to the California Democratic Party supports her. There has been a 12,000% increase in the homeless population of Orange County since Rackaickas became District Attorney. He will do everything he can to take more homes from Orange County residents, and with his buddy Spitzer vetoing the South County Mayors’ donation of land for a homeless shelter, he is poised to make OC a homeless capital on par with LA, San Diego, Chicago and New York. Our only way to stop this from happening to OC is to vote Lenore Albert for District Attorney. Intelligent, resourceful and determined, three things her opponents are not.

    • Yeah, no
      May 20, 2018 at 8:27 pm

      The district attorney, whether it is Tony Rauckaukus or someone else, does not “take homes from people.” That isn’t how the system works. People get foreclosed on, and the vast majority of foreclosures are lawful. Those people lose their homes during a foreclosure process which has nothing to do with the DA. They might be locked out if they get foreclosed on, then lose an eviction lawsuit, and still not leave. But the DA has little to do with any of that, unless they commit some kind of property crime to try to save their home.

      So, no, fail, totally off-point. It’s childish and ignorant to think the DA is “taking their homes.”

  14. OC DEM
    May 21, 2018 at 6:52 am

    I voted for Lenore, just to protest Diamond and Nelson, for being such pontificating apples.

    • Dan Chmielewski
      May 21, 2018 at 8:14 am

      I think Murdock got a trial date for the lawsuit his neighbors filed over the fence he tore down and then put up on a different property line. You’d like to think a knock on the door and a conversation over coffee might be the way to resolve a conflict with a next door neighbor….

      • Lenore
        May 22, 2018 at 3:34 pm

        Did you know that Murdock took the land from neighbors of Japanese descent?

        • Oh good heavens no!
          May 23, 2018 at 1:19 pm

          Wow – such deee-thpickable candidates! By reading here we can learn that having a property dispute with a neighbor, or having a blog which involves “pontificating” about politics, are way, way worse THAN BEING TOTALLY UNQUALIFIED TO RUN FOR OFFICE BY VIRTUE OF A SUSPENDED LAW LICENSE, AND HAVING PENDING ADDITIONAL CHARGES WITH THE STATE BAR

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