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According to Roll Call, Rep. Loretta Sanchez to Marry this Weekend — UPDATED: Married this Weekend

July 14th, 2011 · 8 Comments

Roll Call is reporting that Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez is marrying Lt. Colonel Jack Einwechter this weekend. He has known Rep. Sanchez for awhile and has been a donor to her campaign in the past. Currently, he’s an attorney/lobbyist. This is the second marriage for both Sanchez and Einwechter. If you remember, Loretta Sanchez’s sister Linda Sanchez also married to someone involved in lobbying a few years ago. So I guess you can say that both of the Sanchez sisters are literally in bed with lobbyists.

For those of you who can’t access that link from Roll Call:

“Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Calif.) will be marrying retired Army Lt. Col. Jack Einwechter on Saturday.

The couple will say “I do” in a small ceremony in her Orange County district.

“She is thankful for the well wishes from her friends and colleagues and looks forward to starting this new chapter in her life,” Sanchez spokeswoman Adrienne Watson tells HOH.”

Hopefully, the Rep. Sanchez will be happier this time.

Edited to add 7/18/2011: Congresswoman Sanchez is now a married woman and has released a picture of the wedding ceremony. White dress and quinceañera curls; here’s another picture that was released.

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8 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Michaelr // Jul 20, 2011 at 3:43 pm

    And she wore a white dress? Do you think Hugh Hefner’s conversions regarding that point are drawing a blank?

  • 2 Anna // Jul 21, 2011 at 10:24 pm

    She can wear whatever color dress she wants. Enough with your sexist comments you lowlife.

    Congratulations Congresswoman Sanchez!

  • 3 helen tran // Jul 22, 2011 at 12:48 am

    Congratulations Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez!

  • 4 theKaiser // Jul 24, 2011 at 4:16 pm

    Look who’s calling the kettle black…the Latino Apologist, slimeball of slimeballs.

    Will this partnership enable LOWretta to be publically responsible to her constituents, of course not? She is what she is. What is now obvious is that the taxpayer will now have to finance more deadweight on Low Low’s paid vacations to Vietnam, and the Caribbean (listed in her expense reports as fact finding missions). And now that LowLow is married to one of her former Lobbyist lovers, the financial transactions that used to take place in restaurants in Newport Beach, can now take place in between the commercials of telenovelas.

  • 5 Larry // Jul 25, 2011 at 9:22 pm

    Congratulations on your marriage Loretta, keep up the good work. I do not understand how people have nothing better to do, but bash on successful people like yourself and your sister. If people could focus their energy on being great citizens and acknowledge
    people that have made it in life, this place would be a better place.

    Where is the self-gain for putting people down that are honest, hard workers, and
    try to make your districts or government better. Sky is the limit Loretta, for all those
    that can’t achieve 10% of what you have accomplished, get a life.

  • 6 politcal rookie // Aug 3, 2011 at 11:30 am

    Can someone tell me what politcal influence Loretta Sanchez has? I have an indirect relationship with her via my father and his employer. She has made numerous empty promises over the last 5 years.

  • 7 Shocked At The System // Aug 7, 2011 at 12:14 am

    I went to Pomona College several months back to listen and learn more about the Dream Act from Loretta Sanchez, something http://www.Latinopoliticsblog.com was informative to post about and was there to tape for prosperity. Of course, most of us were appalled at the level of deception and condescension Loretta Sanchez conveyed to all of us when we sought her opinion on the many political issues confronting the Latino Community. Instead she avoided talking about the Dream Act and pontificated on this obvious mythology regarding her families’ ties to Caesar Chavez, and the whole Civil Rights Movement, speaking to us as if we were third graders. She continually sidestepped all of the questions asked that night and focused exclusive on self-promotion. The American political process and the viability that the voting process follows a democratic majority took a huge beating that night. How can we as young adults be inspired, when phony, superficial, flimflam types like Loretta Sanchez are representing Congressional Districts? She is definitely not role model material. Instead she tends to remind me of one of those Tea Party crazy/racists. How does this person manage to get elected? What does this say about the voters in her District?

  • 8 El Cholo // Aug 7, 2011 at 12:33 am

    If LowLow had any political influence in the House of Representatives, the Congressional Ethics Committee would have already removed her from public office for numerous issues ranging from misappropriation of campaign funds, collusive relationships with Lobbyists, repetitive turnover in staff, not living in her Congressional district, and using public monies to self-promote herself in incredible bad taste annually with those Holiday greeting cards she sends out every year. And the list goes on and on. However, since she has created very little legitimate legislation in the twelve years she’s been in office, and only interested in some perverse form of celebrity status, no one of substance on Capitol Hill sees her as a threat. So she remains there, collecting and spending your tax dollars, while doing nothing to earn it. But of course, she likes to make promises that she will never intends to keep, or do anything about. It says a lot about the voters in the 47th Congressional District, and her.

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