Santa Ana City Councilwoman Michelle Martinez writes about she feels Proposition 6 is wrong, arguing Senate Bill 1 (SB1), the California Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, provides critical funding for highway and local road systems and should be retained.
While congressional races have dominated the media landscape this year, one race in Central Orange County, the 34th State Senate, is more competitive than usual but under the radar. Could rivalries among Vietnamese American Republicans shift the balance of power in Sacramento?
Fullerton Mayor Doug Chaffee writes about why he is running for 4th District Supervisor, highlighting how he would tackle issues like healthcare, public safety, early childhood education, transportation, affordable housing and jobs.
Duke Nguyen is running for Orange County Sheriff to reform the department and make sure that there is more accountability. A 26-year law enforcement veteran, he believes that people are ready for a change within law enforcement.
Harley Rouda, candidate for California’s 48th congressional district argues that we must crack down on existing corrupt sober living practices that put profit over people, endangering both patients and the communities where they are located.
Susan Kang Schroeder, Chief of Staff for OC District Attorney Tony Rackauckas weighs in on the DA’s race, providing her top 10 reasons why Rackauckas should remain as DA and his opponent, Todd Spitzer, should not be elected to the post.
Law professor, Laura Hermer who studies, among other issues, the law and policy of health insurance argues that Rep. Rohrabacher has a truly unique approach to the subject of pre-existing medical condition which has not gotten attention in this race. She offers her expertise on the issue.
Starting today, through the end of the year, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation leads a coalition of national foundations spurring local community members to invest in nonprofit newsrooms, launching News Match – where the foundation coalition matches local donations to nonprofit newsrooms.