Tomorrow is Election Day, and Orange County voters will go to the polls for various ballot measures, school bonds, and city council members. But two races are drawing the attention of Republicans and Democrats statewide. In the 65th Assembly District, which covers most of North Orange County, incumbent Sharon Quirk-Silva faces off against Republican challenger Young Kim, while OC Supervisor Janet Nguyen is fighting against former assemblymember Jose Solorio for the vacant 34th State Senate seat, which encompasses Little Saigon and Santa Ana. If the GOP candidates win, the Democrats' super-majority in Sacramento in both houses gets broken; if the Dems win, it further solidifies the Democratic advantages in North and Central County. Who wins?
FROM THIS EPISODE
More From Orange County Line
LATEST BLOG POSTS
Now that recreational marijuana is legal, what should advertising look like? Just east of West Hollywood, right before the iconic Sunset Strip, a MedMen billboard looms over pedestrians and al fresco diners eating burgers at nearby cafe. The billboard features a… Read More
More California moms-to-be are using cannabis, but is it safe? It’s been almost one year since both California and Los Angeles legalized recreational marijuana sales. But new research shows that as California’s stance on cannabis has shifted in recent years,… Read More