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Time to run for OC Central Committee seats

The California Democratic Party is governed by ordinary citizens who are, for the most part, elected members of Democratic Central Committees from their various counties. Candidates for County Central Committee appear on the June primary ballot, and six members are elected from each Assembly District. The responsibility of Central Committee members is attend a monthly…

Anaheim Makes a Pitch for ComicCon

ComicCon 2009 (c) 2009, The LiberalOC.com San Diego’s annual ComicCon convention draws 120,000 people a day for a four event event in late July every year, and hurry and buy your tickets now True Believers, because tickets are nearly sold out.  Anaheim officials have made their pitch for ComicCon when the lease expires in 2013.…

CleanTechOC debuts

CleanTech OC, a new trade association created to support more than 200 clean technology companies in Orange County, today announced the organization’s formation and leadership.  CleanTech OC will seek to establish Orange County as a center of clean technology innovation, investment, research and development, environmental improvement, and job creation for tomorrow’s green economy.  CleanTech OC, a new trade association created to support more than 200 clean technology companies in Orange County, today announced the organization’s formation and leadership.  CleanTech OC will seek to establish Orange County as a center of clean technology innovation, investment, research and development, environmental improvement, and job creation for tomorrow’s green economy.

What Happens After Jose Solorio?

Last Thursday at Angel’s Stadium, I ran into our esteemed Assemblyman Jose Solorio. I noticed he was collecting signatures to run for his third and final term in the Assembly. Has it been that long already that he is at his final term? WOW, time does fly. So I thought to myself, what happens come 2012 when he is termed out of the Assembly.

Lou Correa Battles Domestic Violence!

California State Senator Lou Correa (Orange County) has introduced Senate Bill 1300 (SB 1300), that would require the State Department of Education to include teen dating violence education into the current health curriculum framework, and would allow schools to provide teen dating violence prevention education.