Each election in Orange County, the Orange County Registrar of Voters invites members of the public to observe the election process. Election observers are permitted to observe Vote Center operations, including opening and closing procedures, view all activities at the central counting site, view mail ballot and provisional ballot processing, and much more.
Neal Kelley, Orange County, CA Registrar of Voters, has released an important message for all Orange County voters. This message includes information on in-person voting options under COVID-19, election security, and our operational plans with the United States Postal Service.
Senator Thomas J. Umberg (D-Santa Ana), Chair of the California State Senate Elections and Constitutional Amendments Committee, released the following statement on the signing of Senate Bill 970 (SB 970). Late Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law, which will move non-presidential year primaries back to June.
With school looking different this year, OC Public Libraries’ literacy program, OC READ / Families for Literacy (OC READ), will be launching a series of Back-to-School events to support distance learning.
On Tuesday, the Trump administration announced that it has selected Tony Pham, a former refugee from Vietnam who came to the U.S. in 1975, to take over as director of Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE).
California Social Resource Database (CSRD), previously known as CaliResources, is an online resource database created by Jay Doshi to provide comprehensive information on food banks, community health clinics, emergency shelters, educational opportunities, employment services, and much more to Orange County residents.
Beginning Monday, July 27, Orange County will mark a Census Week of Action, urging all residents to participate in the 2020 Census. Orange County is at a 70.5% response rate; in 2010, the region achieved a 71.7% response rate.
The Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board (“Regional Board”) issued a Staff Report recommending approval of a Tentative Order making amendments to and renewing its operating permit rst issued in 2006 for the proposed Huntington Beach Desalination Project (“Project”).
In the Age of COVID, everyone has had to pivot—including the U.S. Census Bureau. Given the unprecedented challenges brought forth by ‘social distancing’ to contain this global, contagious and virulent novel coronavirus, the 2020 U.S. Census has been extended until October 31st (3 months later than usual deadline in July).