Orange County Young Democrats to Endorse in Local Orange County Races
Orange, CA – On, Thursday, September 22nd, 2016, at 7:00 p.m., Orange County Young Democrats will cast their votes in OCYD’s 2016 general endorsement elections.
Orange County Young Democrats will vote to endorse in all local races. Candidates will give a three-minute speech. Continue reading
Katherine Daigle, a two-time failed Irvine Mayoral candidate who has been accused of being a proxy for despised former Irvine Councilman Larry Agran, has pulled papers to challenge incumbent Assemblyman Matt Harper in the election for the 74th Assembly District. Daigle and Harper are Republicans.
The only Democrat in the race, Karina Onofre, also ran for the 74th A.D. in 2014, when her presence in that race caused another Democrat, Anila Ali, to slip into third place, behind Harper and the leader in that year’s primary election, Newport Beach Councilman Keith Curry. Continue reading
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Orange County Young Democrats Overwhelmingly Vote to Endorse Loretta Sanchez for U.S Senate
Young Voters Say She is the Best Qualified Candidate to Represent California in the Senate
February 11, 2016 – Last night, after a landslide vote, the Orange County Young Democrats chose to endorse Loretta Sanchez’s candidacy to replace retiring Barbara Boxer in the United States Senate, citing her 20 years of exemplary service for the region during her tenure in Congress.
“I am overjoyed that the young people of our County endorsed Congresswoman Sanchez to replace Barbara Boxer for Senate. She has been my representative to Washington for the vast majority of my life, and in that time, she has provided our district with exemplary service,” said OCYD President, Jesse Ben-Ron. “I have the utmost confidence that she will serve the state as well as she served the district I lived in,” he continued. “OCYD thanks her for her two decades of service to this community, and as a former constituent, so do I.” Continue reading