• Kriz: A Record 40 People Died “Without Fixed Abode” in January in OC While the County Continues to Dither about how to Respond

    A record 40 people died “without fixed abode” in January in OC, again nearly twice as many as died last year prior to Covid-19. Meanwhile while the County continues to dither about how to respond to its homelessness crisis, tempted to try being cruel once again. A Hispanic Center in Santa Ana, shuttered because of the Covid-19 crisis, is being pressured to help expel the homeless persons who have taken refuge in its parking lot. And in Fullerton, following the sun-setting of the County’s only safe parking program, the city is now looking to clamp down on RVs.

  • Vo: From Refugee to Public Servant

    Mayor Michael Vo: I am the story of refugee to public servant. I would be honored to serve as a new voice in good governance.

  • Rappaport: Needed – New Ideas and Solutions, Unconstrained

    My non-partisan position allows me to consider all sides of an issue and come up with new ideas and solutions, unconstrained. I am not a professional politician. I am a citizen running with skills that are not now available on the Board of Supervisors. I know how to mitigate financial risk to the County, negotiate with numerous sides and stakeholders, and ensure deliverables. Orange County needs all the financial support it can get. I can reach across party lines and obtain that needed funding. A Board of Supervisors squabbling over party affiliation cannot.

  • Foley: Orange County Residents Deserve Better – Local Experience and Common Sense, Rational Leadership is Needed Now More than Ever Before

    Orange County needs leaders to prioritize residents and businesses, provide stronger advocacy to manage the COVID-19 crisis, address homelessness, keep taxpayer dollars secure, and our families safe. My experiences as Mayor, small business owner, and School Board Member are unique qualifications that will benefit Orange County residents as we navigate these challenging times.

  • Nastic: Huntington Beach Union High School District, Don’t Force Our Teachers Back to School

    The Huntington Beach Union High School District has decided to force teachers to in-person instruction despite extremely high Covid-19 risks. Hundreds of students have already organized a strike and plan to protest at the upcoming board meeting on February 9th.