Randall Avila

Executive director, Orange County Republican Party

Executive director of the Orange County Republican Party

Randall Avila on KCRW

There are millions of eligible voters in America, including 8 million in California alone.

Republican and Democratic efforts to court the Latino vote in Orange County

There are millions of eligible voters in America, including 8 million in California alone.

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