On election day some voters find themselves wondering where to vote and who to vote for. This last minute frustration can lead some of these voters to skip voting rather than search for the answers. We hope that the information below will be helpful in guiding these voters to the polls today.
Last week, the Voice of OC reported on an ongoing FPPC investigation of Supervisor Janet Nguyen’s campaign funding irregularities involving unemployed and student donors. It took a few days, but on Thursday afternoon the other shoe dropped. A detailed review of the court documents revealed that the FPPC had more than just a hunch behind its subpoenas.
A Voice of OC investigation has revealed today that in the in the more than six months since Santa Ana City Attorney Sonia Carvalho turned over an internal investigation report regarding Miguel Pulido’s property swap with a city contractor, the District Attorney’s office has not yet interviewed key witnesses in the case.
The deadline to register to vote in the November 4, 2014 Statewide General Election is Monday, October 20, 2014. Online voter registration is available, which allows new voters to complete the entire process online at ocvote.com/registration. Paper registration forms can be obtained at the Registrar of Voters, post offices, libraries and city halls.
Surprise, surprise, the government is not going to remove the nuclear waste after all. The big promises made years ago to seal the deal for allowing San Onofre to be built was the guarantee that the highly-radioactive nuclear waste would be removed when the plant closed. Now they have reneged on their promise. Instead of removing the waste, the new plan is to store the toxic waste right here indefinitely.