Orange County Republicans need to distance themselves from President Donald Trump to to regain the offices they lost in November and Democrats can’t overplay their hand in order to keep the legislative seats they gained heading into 2020, according to policy and elections specialists.
Republican candidate Young Kim conceded to Democrat Gil Cisneros in the 39th Congressional District race Saturday night and now all seven Orange County Congressional districts will be represented by Democrats.
Democrats were leading in all four Republican-held Congressional districts in Orange County as of Friday’s ongoing election count, putting the party on track to win all seven OC Congressional districts.
If the ongoing trend holds, Republicans will lose all four OC seats they hold now and Democrats will represent all seven of Orange County’s Congressional seats. Here are the latest counts as of 5 p.m. Thursday.
Republican Young Kim was virtually tied with Democratic candidate Gil Cisneros in the 39th Congressional District, while the three other Republican-held Congressional districts were on track to flip blue. Here are the latest counts as of 5 p.m. Wednesday.
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Musical Theatre Orange County Premieres “Journey to Christmas”
(Placentia, CA) Musical Theatre Orange County (MTOC) debuts a magical, heartfelt Christmas musical, Journey to Christmas.
A rundown of news stories for North Orange County residents about the race for the 39th and 45th Congressional Districts, county supervisor, Anaheim City Council, Anaheim living wage measure, district attorney, and sheriff.
Seven Orange County cities are asking voters to approve tax increases on Nov.6, including five proposed sales tax increases, two measures to raise hotel bed taxes and a new tax on legal marijuana dispensaries.