Orange County – Local

Local Orange County Political News

Unions Assume Responsibility for Building a Base

Norberto Santana, Jr., of the Orange County Register reported on Saturday (and in Sunday’s dead-wood edition), Union drive enlists foot soldiers, about the efforts of local unions to increase the participation of working men and women in the political process.  The drive doesn’t involve phone banks, campaign signs, mailers, or speeches.  It’s simple, they are registering people…

A Full Democratic Slate, Part I

Yesterday was the last day* for candidates to file to run in California’s June 3 Primary Election. The races that will appear on the ballot for that election are the primaries for Assembly, State Senate, and Congress, as well as Superior Court judicial races, county Board of Education, county Supervisor, and party central committees. I’m…

Norby? Getting to know you…

The President doesn’t read newspapers, why should you? Only nerdy intellectuals waste their time with facts and news stories. Curt is a very curt fellow. He sums up all of the political news that is going on in Orange County in just one word. From Todays LA Times. O.C. supervisor reimburses campaign for ‘study’ expenses…

Want Something to Do This Weekend? Here’s Where to Go.

I know you’ve seen me link to it before for several local events, but I think it’s time that you all take a look for yourself. Get used to using the fantasticOC Weekly Progressive calendar on DFA-Orange County’s web site if you always want to be “in the know” on what’s happening here in OC.…

200,000 Visitors in Fewer Than 2 Years!

Gila posted several days ago about TheLiberalOC having its best month ever (February ’08) in terms of visitors. At some point this afternoon, I’m guessing between 1 pm and 3 pm, We will reach another milestone, 200,000 total visitors since Mike Lawson launched this blog on April 26, 2006. We appreciate the support and commentary…