The Orange County District Attorney, Tony Rackauckas, responded in writing today to allegations regarding Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do’s residency in the First Supervisorial District. As expected the OCDA found Do to be innocent and closed their investigation.
Orange County First District Supervisor Andrew Do immediately disappointed us when he hired his Chief of Staff – the odious and overpaid Brian Probolsky. Probolsky is being paid over $60 an hour – and now we know what we, the taxpayers, are getting for our money.
Do recently dispatched Probolsky to the “Annual Kids’ Fishing Derby,” at the North Lake of Mile Square Regional Park in Fountain Valley. OC Parks hosted the event with the California Department of Fish and Game and United Anglers of Southern California. Continue reading
Do represents the First District, which includes most of Santa Ana and the West O.C. area known as Little Saigon. Steel represents the 2nd District, a gerrymandered district that stretches form Buena Park in the north to Newport Beach. Continue reading
By Todd Spitzer, Chairman of the OC Board of Supervisors
Last week, Chairman Todd Spitzer emceed the swearing in ceremony for Andrew Do, who was elected as First District Supervisor in the January 27 special election. The First District encompasses over 600,000 residents in the communities of Garden Grove, Santa Ana, Westminster, Midway City, and parts of Fountain Valley. The seat was vacated on December 1 by Supervisor Janet Nguyen, who had been elected to the 34th State Senate District. Do previously served as Nguyen’s Chief of Staff, a Garden Grove City Councilman, a Judge Pro Tem, a business attorney, and a Deputy District Attorney.
Supervisor Do took his seat on the dais after the Board of Supervisors declared the results of the election as presented by Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley. Continue reading
By Supervisor Lisa Bartlett
The resignation of Supervisor Janet Nguyen, effective November 25, 2014, resulted in a vacancy in the office of Orange County Supervisor, First District. In a closely watched election, Andrew Do prevailed over former Senator Lou Correa.
Pursuant to the Orange County Charter approved by the voters on March 5, 2002 (Measure V) and the Orange County Codified Ordinance Section 1-2-10, the Board of Supervisors was required to call a special election within three business days of the vacancy, to be held on a Tuesday not less than 56 days nor more than 70 days after the vacancy occurred. Continue reading
Public Notice First District Recount
February 3, 2015 – Pursuant to California Elections Code section 15628 the Orange County Registrar of Voters will be conducting a recount of the ballots cast in the 2015 Orange County Board of Supervisors’ First District Special Election.
The election was conducted on January 27, 2015. The recount process will begin at the Registrar of Voters office,1300 South Grand Avenue, Building C, Santa Ana, on Monday, February 9, 2015 beginning at 9 a.m. Continue reading