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Please join an exciting group of Orange County community leaders and candidates at the

46th Congressional District Candidate Forum

This provocative and engaging event will be moderated by Voice of OC’s Norberto Santana Orange County community leaders and those running for Congress in California’s 46th District will participate in an in-depth moderated discussion about the issues that impact
the local community.

Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 6:00 PM

Phillips Hall Theatre at Santa Ana College

Doors will open at 5:30 PM

Please spread the word to your friends & family, neighbors, and co-workers!

You may participate prior to the forum by submitting questions you want asked by filling out this form online:
The last day to submit questions will be Monday, May 9 at 11:59 p.m.

* Please note the event is FREE but parking is $2 *

This is a non-partisan event being organized by residents and non-profit organizations.
All candidates for the 46th congressional district are highly encouraged to attend. 

Candidates Invited:
Lou Correa (D)
*Joe Dunn (D)
*Bao Nguyen (D)
Louie Contreras (R)
Rudy Gaona (R)
*Bob Peterson (R)
*Lynn Schott (R)
Nancy Trinidad Marin (Independent)

Community Leaders Panel:
*Ana Urzua – Santa Ana Building Healthy Communities
*Benjamin Vasquez – Santa Ana Educator
*Carlos Perea – RAIZ
*Roberto Carlos Herrera – DeColores Queer OC
*Sarahi Guerrero – Santa Ana Youth Leader


The 46th Congressional District Candidate Forum Hosts:
Laura Kanter, The LGBT Center OC
Yenni Diaz, Santa Ana Community Leader
Carlos Perea, RAIZ
Ana Urzua, Santa Ana Building Healthy Communities
Roberto Carlos Herrera, DeColores Queer OC
Jose Moreno, Los Amigos of Orange County
Media Sponsor: Voice of OC

Facebook Event:

Únase a un interesante grupo de líderes de la comunidad del Condado de Orange y candidatos para el

Foro de Candidatos del Distrito 46avo del Congreso

Este evento provocador y atractivo será moderado por Norberto Santana de Voice of OC.
Líderes de la comunidad del Condado de Orange y los candidatos del Distrito 46 del Congreso de California participarán en unprofundo debate moderado discutiendo las cuestiones que afectan
a la comunidad local.

Jueves, 12 de mayo 2016 a las 6:00 PM
Phillips Hall Theatre en Santa Ana College
Las puertas se abrirán a las 5:30 PM

¡Por favor, difundan el evento a sus amigos, familiares, vecinos y compañeros de trabajo!

Puedes participar antes del foro sometiendo tus preguntas.  Solo tienes que llenar este formulario en línea:
El último día para someter tus preguntas será lunes por, 9 de mayo a 11:59 p.m.

* Tenga en cuenta que el evento es gratis, pero del estacionamiento son $2 *

Este es un evento no partidista organizada por los residentes y organizaciones sin fines de lucro.
Todos los candidatos para el distrito 46avo se les sugiere asistir.

Candidatos invitados:
Lou Correa (D)
* JoeDunn (D)
* BaoNguyen (D)
Louie Contreras (R)
Rudy Gaona (R)
* Bob Peterson (R)
* Lynn Schott (R)
Nancy Trinidad Marín (Independiente)

Líderes de la comunidad Grupo:
* Ana Urzua – Santa Ana Construyendo Comunidades Saludables
* BenjaminVasquez–Educador en Santa Ana
* Carlos Perea – RAIZ
* Roberto Carlos Herrera – DeColoresQueer OC
* Sarahi Guerrero – Líder Juvenil Santa Ana


Anfitriones del Foro de Candidatos del Distrito 46avo del Congreso:
Laura Kanter, The OC Centro LGBT
Yenni Díaz, líder de la comunidad de Santa Ana
Carlos Perea, RAIZ
Ana Urzua, Santa Ana Construyendo Comunidades Saludables
Roberto Carlos Herrera, DeColoresQueer OC
José Moreno, Los Amigos del Condado de Orange
Patrocinador de Prensa: Voiceof OC

Evento en Facebook:

*Interpretación será proporcionado

Click here to view the event flyer. 

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