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Posted by Chris Nguyen on November 16, 2015
Filing has closed for the North Orange County Community College District Special Election to fill the vacancy left when Area 3 Trustee Donna Miller (D) resigned on June 30 just seven months after being re-elected to a four-year term. Miller had been on the Board for nearly 19 years.
Four people took out papers to run for the seat, and all four returned them and qualified for the ballot. In alphabetical order, they are (with their party affiliation and ballot designation):
- Daniel D. Billings (NPP), Contract Manager
- Stephen T. Blount (R), Member, Cypress School District Board of Trustees
- Steve Hwangbo (R), Orange County Businessman/Councilmember
- Alan ‘Al’ Salehi (NPP), Trustee, Buena Park Library District
Exact ballot order will be determined by a lottery by the Secretary of State later this morning.
Daniel D. Billings
Married to a high school science teacher, Billings works for Southern California Edison. He was the appointee to the seat until Salehi overturned his appointment by petition. A graduate of Fullerton College, he earned degrees from Whittier College and Azusa Pacific University; he also obtained a certificate at UCI.
Billings does not list any endorsements but does note his unanimous appointment by the NOCCCD Board.
Stephen T. Blount
A member of the Cypress School Board since 2010, Blount is a corporate controller. He was a Democrat until 2014, when he reregistered as a Republican. He was the Democrats’ nominee for the 67th Assembly District against Assemblyman Jim Silva (R) in 2008. Holding a certificate from Cypress College, he earned degrees from Biola University and Azusa Pacific University.
He notes endorsements from Coast Community College District Trustee Jim Moreno (D) and Centralia School District Board President Steve Harris (NPP). Oddly, he also notes endorsements from several appointed staff: Cypress School District Superintendent. Normally, staff do not endorse in political races because of the neutral position their offices are supposed to hold.
Blount has endorsed Democrat Sharon Quirk-Silva’s bid to unseat Republican Assemblywoman Young Kim.
A La Palma City Councilman since 2010, Hwangbo is a businessman and engineer. He was the top vote-getter in his 2014 re-election, coming in more than 13% ahead of the second vote-getter. A community college graduate, he earned a degree at UCLA before going on to USC.
A longtime Republican, he notes endorsements from Senator Bob Huff, Senator John Moorlach, Supervisor Shawn Nelson, and Supervisor Michelle Steel.
How This Special Election Got Started & Info on Alan ‘Al’ Salehi
NOCCCD Trustee Area 3 consists of the entire City of La Palma, most of the City of Buena Park, the City of Cypress north of Orange Avenue, and two portions of Anaheim (one north of Ball Road and west of Beach Boulevard; the other north of La Palma Avenue and west of Magnolia Avenue).
Five people applied to fill the vacancy in Trustee Area 3. In four rounds of voting on August 25:
- In the first round of voting, the trustees voted: 3 votes for George O’Hara (R), 2 votes for Daniel Billings (NPP), and 1 vote for Jon Hultman (R).
- In the second and third rounds, George O’Hara and Daniel Billings each got 3 votes.
- In the fourth round, the NOCCCD trustees voted to appoint Daniel Billings.
Billings was to hold the seat until November 2016, when the seat would be up for a two-year short-term election. The seat would then resume a regular four-year term in the November 2018 election.
However, Salehi, who the trustees did not support, then used Education Code 5091 and hired petition circulators to get signatures from 1.5% of registered voters within 30 days of the appointment, which invalidated the appointment (removing Billings from office) and triggered a special election. (1.5% of registered voters in NOCCCD Trustee Area 3 is 799 valid signatures.)
Salehi is a colorful figure:
- Last month, the Orange County Register reported that the Orange County Registrar of Voters successfully sued Salehi for $4,248 for not paying for his candidate statement in 2014.
- The Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot reported that Salehi pulled papers for Laguna Beach City Council and Laguna Beach Unified School District in 2010, but on the last day of filing, he registered to vote in Buena Park and filed to run for the Buena Park Library District, where he realized he would be unopposed, as the second candidate to file for two seats.
- Salehi has made no fewer than 8 unsuccessful bids for elected office:
- 1996: Laguna Beach Unified School District (winning 11% and coming in last)
- 1998: Laguna Beach Unified School District (winning 5.7% and coming in sixth out of seven)
- 2000: Laguna Beach Unified School District (winning 6.5% and coming in last)
- 2004: Irvine Unified School District (winning 4.8% of the vote and coming in seventh out of eight)
- 2010: United States Senate (winning 27% of the American Independent Party vote and coming in last in the AIP primary)
- 2012: Buena Park City Council (winning 9.5% of the vote and coming in fourth out of eight)
- 2014: United States Congress, 45th District (winning 2.6% of the vote and coming in last)
- 2014: Buena Park City Council (winning 12.1% of the vote and coming in fourth out of eight)
Posted in North Orange County Community College District | Tagged: Al Salehi, Anne Silavs, Bev Hempstead, Bob Huff, Daniel Billings, Donna Miller, Frank Donavan, George O'Hara, Jim Moreno, Jim Silva, John Moorlach, Jon Hultman, Michelle Steel, Paul Lavigne, Sharon Quirk-Silva, Shawn Nelson, Steve Blount, Steve Harris, Steve Hwangbo, Young Kim | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Chris Nguyen on October 8, 2015
On June 30, North Orange County Community College District Trustee Donna Miller (D) resigned just seven months after being re-elected to a four-year term.
Five people applied to fill the vacancy in Trustee Area 3, including Daniel Billings (NPP) and Buena Park Library District Trustee Al Salehi (NPP). The NOCCCD Board appointed Billings unanimously on August 25. Billings would hold the seat until November 2016, when the seat would be up for a two-year short-term election. The seat would then resume a regular four-year term in the November 2018 election.
Salehi then circulated a petition under Education Code 5091, which allows an appointment to be invalidated by a petition of 1.5% of registered voters submitted within 30 days of the appointment, which would then trigger a special election. (1.5% of registered voters in NOCCCD Trustee Area 3 is 799 valid signatures.)
County Superintendent of Schools Al Mijares (R) must call the special election for a Tuesday within 130 days of certification of the petition (which occurred on Tuesday), so the special election for NOCCCD Trustee Area 3 will likely take place in late January or early February (no later than Tuesday, February 9).
NOCCCD Trustee Area 3 consists of the entire City of La Palma, most of the City of Buena Park, City of Cypress north of Orange Avenue, and two portions of Anaheim (one north of Ball Road and west of Beach Boulevard; the other north of La Palma Avenue and west of Magnolia Avenue).
Besides Salehi, rumored candidates include 21-year-old Centralia School District Trustee Connor Traut (D), Centralia School District Trustee (and former La Palma Councilman) Henry Charoen (R), La Palma Councilman Steve Hwangbo (R), and Anaheim Union High School District Trustee (and former La Palma Councilman) Brian O’Neal (R). (Update 10/27: This list inadvertently left off Billings; OC Political regrets the error. O’Neal sent an irate email denying any interest in the seat.)
In both 2012 and 2014, Salehi came in fourth out of eight for Buena Park City Council after moving into the city in 2010. He won 2.4% of the vote when he came in fourth in the primary for the 45th Congressional District (on the other side of the county, where he had zero name ID) behind now-Congresswoman Mimi Walters (R), Drew Leavens (D), and now-Mission Viejo Councilman Greg Raths (R).
If the election is conducted as an all-mail ballot election (aka all absentee ballot election), NOCCCD taxpayers would pay $168,000-$197,000 for the costs of the election.
Posted in Anaheim, Anaheim Union High School District, Buena Park, Buena Park Library District, Centralia School District, Cypress, La Palma, North Orange County Community College District | Tagged: Al Mijares, Al Salehi, Brian O'Neal, Connor Traut, Daniel Billings, Donna Miller, Drew Leavens, Greg Raths, Henry Charoen, Mimi Walters, Steve Hwangbo | 1 Comment »
Posted by Chris Nguyen on February 18, 2015
The hearing in the North Orange County Community College District Measure J case is slated to be heard this morning. After the initial count showed Measure J winning by a very narrow margin (34 “yes” votes need to be tossed for J to fail), Opponents of Measure J launched a recount in order to examine the provisional ballots cast in the election. Measure J is a $574 million bond measure.
They found 42 provisional ballots that weren’t signed by the voter and “identified hundreds of signatures [on absentee and provisional ballots] that a reasonable person could not identify as similar to the signature on the voter registration card.”
With a four-year-old state law making it harder to toss ballots in a recount, very few recounts (if any) have overturned the results of an election in California. Indeed, in Orange County, no recount since then has managed to change any winner’s vote margin.
Former Senator Lou Correa has not yet filed his lawsuit in the First Supervisorial District Special Election, but I would suspect that is because his camp is keeping a close eye on the Measure J hearing. When not even a single vote changed in the recount, leaving Andrew Do in office as the new Supervisor, Correa switched to examining provisional ballots (i.e. the Measure J opponents’ strategy).
If the Measure J opponents prove wildly successful in tossing ballots, that’d be a good sign for Correa. If the Measure J opponents fail to toss ballots, that’d be a bad sign for Correa. If Measure J opponents barely prevail in that ballot tossing effort, then Correa’s camp needs to carefully scrutinize whether they have enough ballots to toss to make a difference. Measure J opponents only need to toss 34 ballots out of 154,118 cast. Correa needs to toss 43 ballots out of 48,339 cast (technically, 48,626 ballots were cast in the First Supervisorial District Special Election, but those 287 voters who cast blank ballots aren’t likely to matter; had a bunch of them been Correa undervotes, we would have heard about it by now).
Posted in 1st Supervisorial District, North Orange County Community College District | Tagged: Andrew Do, Lou Correa, Measure J | 6 Comments »
Posted by Chris Nguyen on February 10, 2015
One of the last times we’ll use this graphic of Supervisor Andrew Do (R-Westminster), former Senator Lou Correa (D-Santa Ana), Councilman Chris Phan (R-Garden Grove), Chuyen Van Nguyen (NPP-Garden Grove), and Lupe Morfin-Moreno (R-Santa Ana)
After recounting 6,250 ballots in 16 precincts (12.85% of all ballots cast and 15.84% of all precincts) in the First Supervisorial District, no ballots changed.
Correa has opted to suspend the recount to instead focus on provisional ballots, a strategy suggested in a colorful post by Orange Juice Blogger Greg Diamond.
Diamond cited the effort to overturn the North Orange County Community College District’s Measure J in which the measure’s opponents initiated the recount but focused on gathering information about the provisional ballots in order to challenge the provisionals in court. Their court date is Wednesday, February 18.
However, Measure J opponents have a much shorter road to victory than Correa does.
Simple math explains this: Measure J opponents need to toss 34 out of 154,118 (0.02206%) votes cast. Correa needs to toss 43 out of 48,626 (0.08843%) votes cast.
Measure J opponents also have the advantage of a multicounty district: they can challenge ballots in the LA County portion of the North Orange County Community College District (that district really needs a name change for the sake of geographic accuracy). Correa can only challenge ballots in Orange County.
The history books are about to be written on the First Supervisorial District Special Election.
|County Supervisor First District, Short Term
|Completed Precincts: 101 of 101
|CHUYEN VAN NGUYEN
|MARK I. LOPEZ (W)
Yesterday, Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley sent out this unintentionally symbolic tweet, as political eyes turn away from the First Supervisorial District Special Election and toward the 37th Senate District Special Election:
It’s only 35 days until the SD-37 Special Election, and the first mailer should arrive in my mailbox any day now.
Time to start focusing on this trio of Republicans: Business Owner/Assemblyman Donald P. Wagner, former Orange County Supervisor John M. W. Moorlach, and Naz Namazi
Posted in 1st Supervisorial District, 37th Senate District, North Orange County Community College District | Tagged: Andrew Do, Chris Phan, Chuyen Van Nguyen, Don Wagner, John Moorlach, Lou Correa, Lupe Moreno, Lupe Morfin-Moreno, Mark I. Lopez, Measure J, Naz Namazi, Neal Kelley | 8 Comments »
Posted by Chris Nguyen on February 3, 2015
Supervisor’s Chief/Businessowner Andrew Do (R-Westminster), California State Senator Lou Correa (D-Santa Ana), Councilmember/Deputy DA Chris Phan (R-Garden Grove), Television News Anchor Chuyen Van Nguyen (NPP-Garden Grove), and Office Specialist Lupe Morfin-Moreno (R-Santa Ana)
Last night, former Senator Lou Correa (D-Santa Ana) submitted an official request for a recount to the Orange County Registrar of Voters. Judging by recent recount efforts, it is highly unlikely that Correa will be able to overturn Supervisor-Elect Andrew Do’s 43-vote lead.
- In the 2014 general election for the North Orange County Community College District’s Measure J, measure opponents needed to flip 34 votes to block the 55% supermajority to overturn the measure. Realizing a recount would be unlikely to prevail, the opponents went with the unique method of using the recount as an opportunity to examine the provisional ballots, then ended the recount to instead file suit in court to get the provisionals tossed. This case is still pending. However, since provisionals overwhelmingly favored Correa, it is unlikely he would use this method (nor would adding the uncounted provisionals help since there were just a handful of those, so it was far short of 43).
- In the 2014 general election for Mayor of Garden Grove, then-Mayor Bruce Broadwater (D-Garden Grove) sought a recount to overturn his 15-vote re-election loss to then-School Board Member Bao Nguyen (D-Garden Grove). Broadwater threw in the towel when the first day of the recount failed to change a single ballot despite 2,500 ballots being recounted, and Nguyen became Mayor.
- In the 2014 primary election for State Controller, then-Assembly Speaker John Perez (D-Los Angeles) sought a recount to overturn his 481-vote loss to then-Board of Equalization Member Betty Yee (D-San Francisco). Perez gave up after one week when he only managed to change 8 votes in approximately 400 precincts. Yee advanced to the general election against Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin and won that race to become State Controller.
- In the 2007 special election for the First Supervisorial District (i.e. the election for this same seat eight years ago when none other than Lou Correa resigned the seat to become a State Senator), then-School Board Member Trung Nguyen (R-Garden Grove) led then-Councilwoman Janet Nguyen (R-Garden Grove) by 7 votes. Janet Nguyen then sought a recount and netted 14 votes, thereby changing her 7-vote deficit into a 7-vote lead. Trung Nguyen then went to court and widdled Janet Nguyen’s lead down to 3 votes. Janet Nguyen, of course, went on to serve eight years in the seat before resigning in 2014 to become a State Senator, triggering the 2015 special election. One important caveat in this story, state laws regarding recounts were much more generous in allowing ballots to be tossed back then, and even that was only a 14-vote (or 11-vote if you consider the judge’s rulings) switch.
Do’s 43-vote victory is simply too large a margin for Correa to overcome. I don’t blame Correa for trying, because 43 votes out of 48,626 cast in 101 precincts is tantalizingly close, but he just won’t be able to pull it off.
Do will be sworn in as Supervisor this morning.
Posted in 1st Supervisorial District, California, Garden Grove, North Orange County Community College District | Tagged: Andrew Do, Bao Nguyen, Betty Yee, Bruce Broadwater, Chris Phan, Chuyen Van Nguyen, John Perez, Lou Correa, Lupe Moreno, Lupe Morfin-Moreno, Measure J, Recount | 4 Comments »
Posted by Chris Nguyen on December 11, 2014
Fullerton activist Tony Bushala filed an official request for a recount on Measure J, the $574 million bond in the two-county North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD). As a college bond, Measure J requires 55% voter approval to pass.
The LA County Registrar of Voters posted their official notice of recount and an LA County recount costs a shocking $5,074.71-$21,158.49 per day. Orange County has a much more reasonable $600 per day.
NOCCCD has 16 precincts in LA County, where 3,947 votes were cast. NOCCCD has 522 precincts in Orange County, where 150,171 votes were cast.
Much chatter has been on the recount starting in LA County, as LA County Registrar Dean Logan is believed to be more likely to have erroneous counts than the very competent Orange County Registrar Neal Kelley. Indeed, the OC Registrar recount in the Garden Grove Mayor’s race was cancelled after one day because not a single ballot changed. (Dean Logan’s role in the 2004 Washington Governor’s race was particularly high profile, as the Republican Dino Rossi led for Governor of Washington in multiple recounts until Logan’s King County found a bunch of ballots for Democrat Christine Gregoire. Logan left King County to become LA County’s Chief Deputy Registrar in 2006 and became LA County’s Registrar in 2008.)
La Habra Heights (LA County) and Yorba Linda (Orange County) are the strongholds of the “No” vote, where most voters opposed Measure J. Orange County’s Stanton, Anaheim, Buena Park, Garden Grove, Los Alamitos, and La Habra are the strongholds of the “Yes” vote, as are the unincorporated areas of both counties; voters in these areas voted in favor of Measure J by margins exceeding 55%. OC’s Fullerton, Placentia, La Palma, Cypress, Brea, and unincorporated Rossmoor, along with LA County’s Whittier are the closer areas, where Measure J got over 50% but less than the 55% supermajority.
|Unincorporated LA County
|Unincorporated OC (Excluding Rossmoor)
|La Habra Heights
Math should be a nonpartisan issue, so in the spirit of this, I’ll concur with Greg Diamond’s math that overturning Measure J requires tossing 34 “Yes” votes at Orange Juice Blog.
However, I understand why the OC Register states Measure J passed by 15 votes. With 154,118 votes cast, 55% is 84,765 votes. Measure J got 15 votes more: 84,780. That does not mean that 15 votes is how to defeat Measure J.
Somehow moving 16 votes from the Yes column to the No column would defeat Measure J. However, that would be a tall order, as that would literally require the vote counting machines to have counted “No” votes as “Yes” votes 16 times. That seems rather unlikely, with the increased accuracy of vote counting machines in recent years.
The more likely way to defeat Measure J in the recount would be for 34 “Yes” votes to be tossed, as Diamond’s math explains. His math and mine agree, but here’s a table that presents it in a different method that may help those confused by Diamond’s description:
|“Yes” Votes Tossed
Posted in North Orange County Community College District | Tagged: Measure J | 11 Comments »
Posted by Chris Nguyen on November 14, 2014
In the latest numbers from the Orange County Registrar of Voters, Measure J has 55.1%, appearing to break the necessary 55% for the half-billion dollar bond to pass. Supporters rejoiced and opponents despaired.
|J-North Orange County Community College District,
Fullerton/Cypress Colleges Bond Measure
|Completed Precincts: 522 of 522
|Bonds – Yes
|Bonds – No
Both have responded prematurely. Here’s why:
NO ORANGE CO COMM COLL SP MEASURE J
Los Angeles County Results Only
|COLLEGE IMPROVEMENT BONDS
|% Precincts Reporting
Despite being named the North Orange County Community College District, part of the district is in LA County. Even the Orange County Register forgot.
While Orange County has given daily updates, LA County hasn’t updated since Monday. Measure J supporters and opponents will be left waiting for LA County to find out the fate of that bond.
Here are what the numbers look like when combining Orange and LA County:
With Orange County nearly done counting (if not today, certainly by Monday), LA County is going to determine the fate of Measure J.
Here’s how the district broke down.
Here are the cities where Measure J broke 55%:
Here are the cities and unincorporated areas where Measure J failed to break 55% (I’d note Yorba Linda outright voted against Measure J, with 55.52% against the Measure, unlike in the other areas where Measure J fell short of the 55% supermajority but still broke 50%, though Rossmoor is virtually dead even):
|Unincorporated OC (Excluding Rossmoor)
|Los Angeles County
Posted in North Orange County Community College District | Tagged: Measure J | 3 Comments »
Posted by Allen Wilson on November 4, 2013
The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) will consider imposing fines for seven (7) North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD) officials and trustees ranging from $200 to $400 at their upcoming meeting on November 14, 2013.
The seven NOCCCD officials named in the agenda on the proposed fines are four trustees: Leonard Lahtinen, Molly McClanahan, Donna Miller and Manny Ontiveros along with three officials: Fullerton College President Rajen Vurdien, former Cypress College President Michael Kasler and Chancellor Ned Doffoney.
The Sacramento Bee reports that numerous of electeds and officials were named due to gifts that were received from a bond advisers that went unreported, which is violation of California gift reporting under the Government Code Section 87207.
The Sacramento Bee further explains the investigation was triggered by the Ventura County District Attorney which uncovered unreporting of gifts from bond advisers, which prompted the FPPC to do an investigation of their own.
According to the Sacramento Bee one of the bond advisers named in giving gifts to the seven NOCCCD officials is E.J. De La Rosa & Co., Inc , which has underwritten 375 bonds totaling $14.5 Billion for local governments since 2009.
Below is the stipulation and order by the FPPC for the seven NOCCCD officials due to gift reporting violations:
Staff: Political Reform Consultant Adrianne Korchmaros, Legal Analyst Tracey Frazier, and Law Clerk Kyle Levy. In this matter, Respondent, Rajen Vurdien, as the President of the North Orange County Community College District, failed to timely disclose gift(s) of: one meal valued at $153.86 on his 2010 Statement of Economic Interests; and one meal valued at $180.00 on his 2011 Statement of Economic Interests. All gifts were from E.J. De La Rosa & Co., Inc. and all omissions were in violation of Government Code Section 87207 (2 counts). Total Proposed Penalty: $400.
Vurdien – Stip
Staff: Political Reform Consultant Adrianne Korchmaros, Legal Analyst Tracey Frazier, and Law Clerk Kyle Levy. In this matter, Respondent, Donna Miller, as Trustee for the North Orange County Community College District, failed to timely disclose gift(s) of: one meal valued at $153.86 on her 2010 Statement of Economic Interests. All gifts were from E.J. De La Rosa & Co., Inc. and all omissions were in violation of Government Code Section 87207 (1 count). Total Proposed Penalty: $200.
Miller – Stip
Staff: Legal Analyst Tracey Frazier and Law Clerk Liz Smutz. In this matter, Respondent, Michael Kasler, as the President of the North Orange County Community College District, failed to timely disclose gift(s) of: one meal valued at $180.00 on his 2011 Statement of Economic Interests. All gifts were from E.J. De La Rosa & Co., Inc. and all omissions were in violation of Government Code Section 87207 (1 count). Total Proposed Penalty: $200.
Kasler – Stip
Staff: Political Reform Consultant Jeanette Turvill and Legal Analyst Tracey Frazier. In this matter, Respondent, Molly McClanahan, as a Member of the North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees, failed to timely disclose gift(s) of: one meal valued at $180.00 on her 2011 Statement of Economic Interests. All gifts were from E.J. De La Rosa & Co., Inc. and all omissions were in violation of Government Code Section 87207 (1 count). Total Proposed Penalty: $200.
McClanahan – Stip
Staff: Political Reform Consultant Jeanette Turvill and Legal Analyst Tracey Frazier. In this matter, Respondent, Manny Ontiveros, as a Member of the North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees, failed to timely disclose gift(s) of: golf and two meals totaling $318.55 on his 2011 Statement of Economic Interests. All gifts were from E.J. De La Rosa & Co., Inc. and all omissions were in violation of Government Code Section 87207 (1 count). Total Proposed Penalty: $200.
Ontiveros – Stip
Staff: Political Reform Consultant Adrianne Korchmaros, Legal Analyst Tracey Frazier, and Law Clerk Kyle Levy. In this matter, Respondent, Leonard Lahtinen, as a Member of the North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees, failed to timely disclose gift(s) of: one meal valued at $153.86 on his 2010 Statement of Economic Interests. All gifts were from E.J. De La Rosa & Co., Inc. and all omissions were in violation of Government Code Section 87207 (1 count). Total Proposed Penalty: $200.
Lahtinen – Stip
Staff: Political Reform Consultant Adrianne Korchmaros, Legal Analyst Tracey Frazier, and Law Clerk Kyle Levy. In this matter, Respondent, Ned Doffoney, as Chancellor for the North Orange County Community College District, failed to timely disclose gift(s) of: meals totaling $153.86 on his 2010 Statement of Economic Interests; and meals totaling $180.00 on his 2011 Statement of Economic Interests. All gifts were from E.J. De La Rosa & Co., Inc. and all omissions were in violation of Government Code Section 87207 (2 counts). Total Proposed Penalty: $400.
Doffoney – Stip
Posted in North Orange County Community College District | Tagged: Cypress College, Donna Miller, Fair Political Practices Commission, FPPC, Fullerton College, Leonard Lahtinen, Manny Ontiveros, Michael Kasler, Molly McClanahan, Ned Coffoney, North Orange County Community College District, Rajen Vurdien | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Chris Emami on March 22, 2013
I was working on a database of the part affiliation of all Orange County local elected officials. Finally, I have completed the project with all of the special districts and county seats being added. I also fixed some errors in the previous versions (here, here, and here) and have combined the database into one post.
We have added a button on the menu bar for our readers to always be able to access this database and use it for whatever research/political needs that they may have. Due to the length of th epost you are going to have to click the below link to read the rest of the post.
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