Why would two large families want to squeeze into a 2-bedroom, 1-bath, house, when each family already has a home of its own?
Answer: Because one of the men needs to move to within the boundaries of Assembly District 68, that’s why.
Joe Dovinh, who until two months ago went by “Joseph” and was living in Westminster, has now stated under oath that he lives at the small 931-square-foot house in Garden Grove owned by Dina Nguyen. The photo above was taken from realtor.com.
Dovinh is married with at least one child that the Bolsavik knows of. Dina Nguyen has several children of her own. How does this Dovinh-Nguyen bunch all fit into the tiny house? Who knows.
Dina Nguyen is a Republican Garden Grove City Council member and a former OC Supervisor candidate.
Joe Dovinh is running for the Democratic nomination to the Assembly, district 68.
He previously ran for two offices using his Westminster home. (That’s when he added votes from the two races together to claim he’s the second-best Viet vote-getter ever.) That house, however, is outside the district.
Dovinh filed his Declaration of Candidacy below, and his address is shown.
That looks awfully familiar, and sure enough, it’s because the same address is on Dina Nguyen’s financial disclosure form as being hers.
See Dina’s disclosure form after the jump.
The Bolsavik saw the address before, and it stuck because it was the subject of a tax deliquency notice from the county, at the same time Dina was running to be county supervisor.
(Click on pic to enlarge)
Here’s the ownership record as found on NETRonline.com:
For that matter, Joe Dovinh and Dina Nguyen both have the same treasurer Lysa Ray from Santa Ana.
Here’s Joe Dovinh’s financial form (click on pic to enlarge):
The hoops Dovinh jumps through just to get on the ballot….
PS. Usually, the Bolsavik doesn’t post people’s home addresses. This case is an exception, because the address itself is the issue as to the candidate’s eligibility. Still, the Bolsavik refrains from typing the address into the text, so that search engines such as Google won’t pick it up.