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Advocacy Resources

Orange County Business Council works to ensure Orange County’s voice is heard at the regional, state and national levels. To do this, OCBC leads a high profile advocacy program for business interests and issues.

2016 OCBC Voter Guide

OCBC has taken positions on the ballot initiatives and candidates that are important to business. Election day is November 8, use these resources to inform your vote and make your voice heard.

2016 Ballot Measures

2016 OCBC Endorsed Candidates

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2016 Legislative Scorecard

OCBC took positions and advocated on behalf of several state bills that impacted the business community throughout California’s most recent legislative sessionFor the second year in a row, Senator Bob Huff best represented the business community’s key interests with a voting record of 100 percent on critical bills making him OCBC’s Legislator of the Year. CLICK HERE for the full scorecard to see how the rest of the delegation ranked, and CLICK HERE for a summary of each bill. 

2016 StatePolicy Guide

Understand OCBC’s stance on important current issues facing Orange County on the state level, such as workforce development and housing policies.

2016 Federal Policy Guide

Understand OCBC’s stance on important current issues facing the county and the state on a national scale — from transportation and water infrastructure, to economic development policies.

2015-2016 Legislative Action Guide

Orange County Business Council’s Legislative Action Guide (LAG) outlines the organization’s policy positions on issues ranging from transportation, to water supply, to economic development. The LAG provides a road map for OCBC’s legislative activities in Sacramento and Washington, D.C., and direction for OCBC’s regional, state and federal advocacy activities.

Legislative Position Letters 2015

 Legislative Positions Letter 2014

 


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