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  • Santana: Has Orange County’s Blue Wave Crashed?

    Orange County’s Blue Wave officially crested and crashed earlier this month during a Third Supervisorial District special election that actually saw Republicans outdo Democrats in terms of getting their voters out to the polls on Election Day.

  • Santana: California News Media Partnership Forms to Publish Police Misconduct Records

    Voice of OC today joins nearly three dozen newsrooms across California that have forged a rare collaborative to report about police misconduct files that recently became available for public review under California’s new police transparency law, SB 1421.

  • Santana: Who will become Orange County’s Next County Supervisor on March 12?

    Former Congresswoman, Democrat Loretta Sanchez heads up against Irvine's Republican Mayor Don Wagner, who carries the OC GOP endorsement, along with several other well-known Republican names like former Villa Park Councilwoman Deb Pauly and Anaheim former Council Woman Kris Murray. In all, seven candidates are running to represent voters in the Third Supervisorial District, which includes the communities of Anaheim, Tustin, Irvine, Orange, unincorporated areas like North Tustin as well as the canyons.

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  • 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.