Apparently this Bauman guy is the LA County Democratic Party Vice Chair. He doesn't say which vice, though. My guess it has something to do with tight shoes. The kind some might enjoy tap dancing in, like Fred and Ginger. Which reminds me, the last guy to use this tactic was Joe Mosca. I am certain that is just some sort of coincidence. You know, like the sun coming up in the same place every morning.
The call says that Colin Broadrick is an officially endorsed candidate of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, which kind of puts that whole "I'm an independent who belongs to nobody" rap he was feeding people a month or so ago somewhat in the shade. But then again, what would you expect from a political machine candidate? Particularly one from a County that is under complete one-party rule like the one we live in? A political fiefdom no less corrupt than Chicago.
What is odd here, though, is apparently Colin is not being quite forthcoming about this endorsement, nor the monetary value of this support. It certainly doesn't show up on his campaign fundraising paperwork. This kind of support, which I suppose does come with such an endorsement, has to be quite expensive for somebody. And, if you have seen the Looney Views News today, Colin has a big half page color advertisement in there that lists all of his endorsements. The Los Angeles County Democratic Central Committee is not listed among them.
Must have been a typo.