The Democrats of Greater Irvine held their second meeting this past Sunday. Last month, with the help of DPOC chair Henry Vandermeir, the club got a makeover, bringing in new leadership, and reaching out to new Democrats throughout Irvine.
Posts published in July 2013
Yesterday, Superior Court Judge Franz Miller, set a March 17, 2014 trial date for the Anaheim Voting Rights discrimination lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed by the ACLU on behalf of Anaheim Latino activists who claim that the current at-large system of electing city council members violates the California Voting Rights Act by suppressing the ability of Latinos to be elected in a city that is 53% Latino by population in favor a a wealthy and predominantly whit segment of Anaheim voters.
The Democratic Party of Orange County is taking another step in the right direction through city-by-city Democratic clubs to better organize, register voters and get…
The Orange County Register’s lead editorial today suggests that Comic-Con, the world’s largest pop culture event, has outgrown its location in San Diego and that…
The revelation yesterday by Voice of OC that a task force of federal, state, and local agencies has been formed to look into allegations of corruption infesting the Orange County Board of Supervisors has us in a hopeful mood.
The Executive Director of the Orange County Labor Federation, Tefere Gebre, has been tapped by AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka to fill the position of Executive Vice President on his slate in the national labor organizations officer election in September.
Democratic Party of Orange County Chairman Henry Vandermeir announced on Monday that Texas Congressional Representative Joaquin Castro will be the keynote speaker at our 19th Annual Harry S Truman Awards Dinner on October 19th.