The County of Orange Seeks to Intervene in the Department of Justice Litigation against California State “Sanctuary” Laws
SANTA ANA, CA— The County of Orange has filed a motion for leave to intervene and join in the pending case United States v. California, Case #18-264. The Department of Justice’s lawsuit seeks to restore the federal government’s Constitutional authority and sole jurisdiction over immigration issues and to end the existing conflict that local law enforcement encounters with state law. Continue reading
Build the Blue Bench: Democratic Party to host Training for Local Candidates
Democratic Party of Orange County and CSUF College Democrats co-host National Democratic Training Committee for free all-day campaign training on Saturday, June 16
The Democratic Party of Orange County (DPOC) and CSUF College Democrats today announce a new training to help Democrats run successful campaigns for City Council, School Board and Water District.
The “Blue Bench” training is on Saturday, June 16 at Cal State Fullerton and covers fundraising, press, digital media, and field operations. Training is open to Democrats and is free of charge. Continue reading
Orange County, CA Elections Releases 2018 Election Security Playbook
Orange County continues to focus resources on the protection of its election systems
SANTA ANA, CA – April 23, 2018 – The Registrar of Voters today announced the release of its detailed 2018 Election Security Playbook, providing a roadmap for defending the systems and networks vital to conducting elections in Orange County.
Quote by Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley: Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Case # 17NF1130
SANTA ANA, Calif. – The former president of the Buena Park School Board (BPSB) was sentenced to a court offer of one year in county jail and three years of formal probation for possessing and distributing over 600 photos and videos of child pornography, including prepubescent minors and infants. The People strongly objected to the court offer based on the nature and number of pornographic images.
Defendant: Dennis Brian Chambers, 51, Buena Park
Pleaded guilty yesterday to the following felony counts: Continue reading
Orange County Republican Party Endorses Travis Allen
Orange County Republican is the 13th County Party to endorse Travis Allen for Governor
SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, Assemblyman Travis Allen announced the endorsement of the Orange County Republican Central Committee. This is the 13th Republican County Party to endorse Travis Allen for Governor.
“I am honored to receive the endorsement of the Orange County Republican Party,” said Allen. “As the third largest county in the state and home to over half a million Republicans, Orange County is key to defeating Gavin Newsom.” Continue reading