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DPOC seeks an new Executive Director

Here’s a copy of the job.  With OC’s list of registered Democrats growing, it could be you who plays a major role in turning this Red County blue….. The Democratic Party of Orange County is accepting applications for the immediate hire of a full-time Executive Director. Deadline for resume submission is 5:00 pm, Monday, February…

Katherine Smith For Congress, What Happens Now

If you believe the hype in the media, the word is that 2010 is going to be a harsh year for Democrats. For Republicans in Orange County, they believed it to be the perfect opportunity to take out the hated Loretta Sanchez. They recruited Assemblyman Van Tran to be the candidate and since that time, it has blown up in their faces. Now the final death knell to his campaign may have arrived in the form of AUHSD Boardmember Katherine Smith.

Krom launches “Let’s Can Campbell” Food Drive

Irvine council member and candidate for Congress in CD-48 Beth Krom has launched a food drive to help the neediest families in Orange County’s 48th district. It’s a food drive with a message to “can” Rep. John Campbell.  So bring your canned goods and come and meet Beth, who promises to be a lot more…

Sheriff’s Deputies Union reaches a tentative agreement on new contract

After working under an expired contract with the county since 2007, the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriff’s (AOCDS) announced it its members today that they have reached a tentative contract agreement with the County of Orange. Details of the contract have not been announced and they will be presented to to the membership at three meetings on Friday, Saturday, and Tuesday. Voting will occur on January 20th.