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Media Advisory

April 6, 2016

Connie Hamilton
714-745-1692 (phone/text)

Tony Hatch
Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce


Candidates Forum to be presented on April 14, 2016
1st District OC Supervisor ● 46th District Congressional Representative

Santa Ana, CA – In preparation for the June 2016 primary election, a candidates’ forum for the voters will be presented at Santa Ana College’s Phillips Hall. The candidates have been invited and will participate in two separate panels. The first panel will feature 1st District Orange County Board of Supervisor candidates and the second panel will include the 46th District U.S. Congressional Representative candidates. This forum will take place on Thursday, April 14, 2016.

Thursday, April 14, 2016
5:30-8:30 p.m.
Phillips Hall at Santa Ana College, 1530 W 17th St, Santa Ana, CA

The organizers of the forum include Connect-to-Council, Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce, Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce, Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce, Anaheim Chamber of Commerce, Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce and Santa Ana College. Potential candidate questions from the public can be sent to:

Regarding the June 2016 Primary Election:
The Orange County Registrar of Voters will begin sending out sample ballots on April 28 and Vote-by-Mail ballots will go out on May 9.

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