A Holiday Message from Rep. Katie Porter
CHILI COOK-OFF VOTER REGISTRATION SUCCESS!
Thank you to Kim Donohue and all the Tustin Democratic Club volunteers who came out on a drizzly Sunday to register voters at the Tustin Chili Cook Off! Business was brisk at the Tustin Democrats booth – we played a LOT of Spin the Wheel, gave away lots of candy AND registered 15 new voters! Way to go Tustin Dems!
- Tim Steed, Assistant General Manager, Orange County Employees’ Association (OCEA)
- Lisa Hickman, Executive Board Member, Tustin Educators Association and Classroom Teacher, TUSD
- Ada Briceno, Co-President, UNITE-HERE Local 11
Join us at our April Meeting as we welcome Ada Briceño: OC Democratic Party Chair to discuss the mission of the Democratic Party in OC as we head into the 2020 election cycle.
Labor leader Ada Briceño became only the second Latina to ever chair the Democratic Party of Orange County this week since Dorianne Garcia first held the position in 1993. After former Irvine mayor Beth Krom withdrew from the race in December, Briceño stood unopposed by the time came for Monday’s vote at a union plumbing hall in Orange. The change in leadership comes at a pivotal point for the party. A “Blue Wave” ushered in a historic sweep of OC congressional races by Democrats–with more Latino representation in the House of Representatives than ever before.
Electing a Democratic to the OC Board of Supervisors will make a HUGE difference to the lives of all OC residents – she will laser focus on issues that matter to OC Democrats: Jobs, the Environment, the Homelessness Crisis and Healthcare and Social Services.
Your Polling Place MAY HAVE CHANGED!!!
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EVERY VOTE COUNTS so make sure to vote on Tuesday March 12!