Piper: Irvine Council Should Appoint Carrie O’Malley

David Piper resident of Irvine and community leader writes that the City Council should save the $900,000 price tag for the special election and appoint Carrie O’Malley. She was the third place candidate and garnered 19,000 votes in November 2018.

Sayre: Questions For Irvine City Council Vacancy Applicants

Long time Irvine resident Susan Sayre is asking City Council applicants if they would act to reduce special interest influence, act to amend the Irvine City Charter and move to district representation and require the Irvine Community Land Trust to adhere to the provisions of Irvine’s Sunshine Ordinance.

Sanchez: A Balanced Voice to Serve the Public

Loretta Sanchez served two decades in Congress and is a candidate for Third District Supervisor. Sanchez writes that her government affairs expertise provides the needed skills to tackle tough problems on behalf of the people of Orange County.

Murray: Community Above Politics

Kris Murray, former Anaheim Mayor Pro Tem and City Councilwoman is a Candidate for County Supervisor, District 3.
Murray writes that her record and experience with the homeless crisis, public administration and fire safety will help if she becomes the new supervisor.

Bales: Making a Positive Impact on County Government

Larry Bales is a candidate for District 3 member of the Orange County Board of Supervisors and has exposed political corruption and unfair treatment of taxpayers over the years. He writes that his experience uniquely qualifies him for the job.

Curry: The Road Back For Republicans

Keith Curry, former Mayor of Newport Beach and Republican activist for more than fifty years writes that partisanship does not belong in local government.  Curry writes the road back for Republicans should start at the local level with a new way of thinking and a bigger tent.

Curry: The Way Back for Republicans

Keith Curry, former Mayor of Newport Beach and Republican activist called out Trump in 2015 as being the downfall of the Republican party. Today he argues his prediction was spot on. He discusses next moves for the Republican Party.