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State Rep. Lou Correa (D-CA): 2010 “Xerox” Award Winner

 
Congratulations to….
 
California State Sen. Lou Correa
2010 “Xerox” Award Winner
 
The Watchdawg is proud to announce that California State Senator Lou Correa is the hands-down winner of this esteemed award. Lou misrepresents, I’m sorry I mean represents the 32nd State Senate District, which is located in the Anaheim and Santa Ana areas.
 
From Dec 1, 2006 through Nov. 30, 2009, Leo billed Californians for the following copy costs which was more than thirteen (13) of his fellow senators spent during the same period of time. At a cost of $0.5 cents per copy, the following would be true:
 
2009 = $67,445
  • 1,349,000 = total copies made
  • 2,698 = total reams of copy paper
  • 14,839 = total weight of copy paper
2008 = $57,233
  • 1,114,466 = total copies made
  • 2,229 = total reams of copy paper
  • 12,259 = total weight of copy paper
2007 = $90,992
  • 1,819,840 = total copies made
  • 3,540 = total reams of copy paper
  • 17,877 = total weight of copy paper 
  1. 4,283,306 = total copies made (1.5 million yearly average)
  2. 8,467 = reams of paper
  3. 44,975 = total weight of copy paper (25 tons = 1 semi-truck load)
Why in the world would or could any ethical public official justify the need to stick the taxpayers with the cost to make well over 4 million copies? 
 
I wonder if the public employee who had to lug all of this paper is now collecting workers’ compensation from the state after suffering from a hernia.
Congrats Louie; keep up the good work! We should let your constituents all know of your amazing record; you are far too modest.
 
The Dawg~
Folsom, California
 
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