Tag Archive for Voter Registration

Last Minute Registration Help from the DPOC

Are you sure you are Registered to Vote?  The office of the Democratic Party of Orange County will be open from 10:00 am until 11:45 pm on Tuesday, January 22 to assist voters who need to register or re-register to vote in the February 5 Presidential Primary. (NOTE from Dan: If you signed any petition…

Loretta Walking Precincts

This past weekend Scott Moxley over at the OCWeekly spotted Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez walking precincts in her district, talking to voters, and even registering a few new ones. This weekend Loretta will be out in her district again. On Saturday January 19th at 3:30pm Loretta will be at the first meeting of the Anaheim Democratic Club…

OC Reacts to the Iowa Caucus Results

“There is an energy in the Democratic Party in Orange County that you’ve never seen before,” said Santa Ana attorney Alfredo Amezcua at a festive house party in his home city with about 30 others. “It’s because of the times. We need a change and it’s going to take energy.” If you haven’t already read…

Governor signs bill to prevent party-switching

Many of you remember a while back when folks paid by Republican Party were found to have switched voters’ party affiliation without their consent. This led to re-evaluation of a “bounty” program for voter registrations. Nearly 300 voters in Orange County became Republicans without their knowledge or consent. Yesterday, the Governator signed a AB 452…

Take This Last Chance for DFA Training!

(Cross-posted at Calitics)   What are you looking to do over the next year or so? Want to organize for universal health care? Want to campaign for your favorite Democratic Presidential Candidate? Want to manage your best friend’s campaign for Congress? Want to just know what all your friends at DFA are talking about whenever election…

What the Grocery Workers are Fighting For

Southern California’s grocery workers have continued to negotiate with Ralphs, Albertsons and Vons in order to reach an agreement that includes fair wages, a secure retirement and health care coverage.Grocery workers have been negotiating for six months and over 100 days past their contract expiration. But the markets continue to drag their feet. Why? Because…