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.
Over $2 million from corporations and corporate PACs, whose donations have become a campaign issue this year, has flowed to all the campaign accounts of candidates from both parties in the four hotly contested Orange County Congressional seats, according to federal campaign disclosures.
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Los Al High Choirs Ranked Among Top in US
The Los Alamitos High School Show Choir has been named one of the eight best high school music programs in the US.
The election saw OC voters eliminating the Democrats’ supermajority in the state Senate; setting up competitive runoff elections for four Republican-held congressional districts and 4th District county supervisor; and delivering the first runoff elections for district attorney and sheriff in more than a quarter century.
It’s time for the county and cities to stop the infighting that’s plagued recent efforts to build housing and shelters and instead form a regional body to address homelessness, according to an Orange County Grand Jury report released Thursday.
The judge, David O. Carter, pointed to Santa Ana and Anaheim residents and businesses who, he said, are grappling with hundreds of homeless people who formerly lived at the Santa Ana riverbed but now are in their cities due to a shelter shortage.