Though the 2022 midterms are more than a year away the political battleground of Orange County is tight enough, and the stakes high enough, that candidates running for local House seats have already raised $19 million,
Democrats “are still responsible for California’s worst-in-the-nation standing on quality of life issues, including crime, homelessness, housing, affordability, taxes and quality job creation.” “Republicans are not giving up on California,
We, as local Orange County mayors, are asking that you vote “no” on the recall and mail your ballot in without answering Question 2. This recall is about much more than just one governor’s seat — it is about the future of our nation’s democracy.
A former Delaware political candidate who unsuccessfully sought the Republican nominations for governor and U.S. Senate has pleaded guilty to federal charges of mailing death threats to a lawyer who represented his wife in a divorce case.
Despite getting a 17-year contract and higher rates, Rossmoor officials have expressed extreme frustration and disappointment with waste hauler CR&R, saying the service is now even worse than before and they have little or no control.
Love to Recall Newsom,” rally held on July 31 near the Shops at Rossmoor in Seal Beach, brought together Democrats, Republicans, Independents and No Party Preference voters from nearby communities in support of the Yes on Newsom Recall campaign.
The relatively small group of residents who spoke during the first California Citizens Redistricting Commission to be held in Orange County in nearly a decade offered a common suggestion: Carve out political districts that strengthen the power of the county’s distinct ethnic communities,