The 45th Congressional District likely will see Rep. Mimi Walters (R-Irvine) face off against a Democrat in the November general election because she’s the only Republican running in the June 5 primary against four Democrats and one no party preference candidate.
Sarah “Steve” Mosko is a local O.C. resident who writes that as responsible citizens, we must hold Congresswoman Mimi Walters accountable for her position on climate change, which is in direct conflict with the views of her district residents.
The crowded field of candidates running for four Orange County Congressional seats narrowed slightly Friday, as several candidates failed to file paperwork by the 5 p.m. deadline for their names to appear on the June 5 primary election ballot.
Four Orange County Congressional Districts that pundits predict will be competitive races in November’s national election fight to control the House of Representatives have been flooded with 32 candidates as Democrats target the Republican-held seats and gear up for the June primary.
Varasteh, candidate for 45th Congressional District questions why Mimi Walters continues to support Donald Trump amidst groping allegations and despite Walter’s co-sponsorship of legislation designed to prevent sexual assault.
Voice of OC Columnist Barbara Venezia sits down with outgoing County Supervisor John Moorlach as he prepares to leave office this year. Moorlach hints that he could be eyeing a run for his old office two years from now.