Make your vote count Nov. 4: OCBC endorses candidates for Election

OCBC endorsed the following candidates based on their track record in support of job creation, workforce and economic development.

OCBC urges residents to vote yes on the following candidates:

 CA Senate:

  • Janet Nguyen (R)- District 34
  • Pat Bates (R) - District 36

CA Assembly:

  • Don Wagner (R) - District 68
  • Tom Daly (D) - District 69
  • Travis Allen (R) - District 72
  • Bill Brough (R) - District 73
  • Keith Curry (R) - District 74

Orange County Board of Supervisors:

  • Michelle Steele-  District 2

Orange County Water District:

  • Leslie Daigle- District 5
  • Shawn Dewane- District 7

Municipal Water District of Orange County:

  • Sat Tamaribuchi-Division 5

Irvine Ranch Water District:

  • Steven LaMar


  • Kristine Murray – City Council
  • Gail Eastman – City Council


  • Larry Bennett – City Council

Huntington Beach

  • Barbara Delgleize – City Council
  • Billy O’Connell – City Council


  • Steven Choi – Mayor
  • Jeffrey Lalloway – City Council

Lake Forest

  • Scott Voigts – City Council

Mission Viejo

  • Wendy Bucknum – City Council
  • David Leckness – City Council
San Clemente
  • Lori Donchak – City Council
  • Al Murray – City Council

Rancho Santa Margarita

  • Laurie Biehl – City Council
  • Jesse Petrilla – City Council
  • Don Chadd – City Council

State Propositions:

  • Proposition 1 - (YES) $7.2 billion bond for California’s water system
  • Proposition 2 - (YES) Increase amount of potential savings in the state ‘rainy day’ fund from 5 to 10 percent of the General Fund

 County of Orange Measures:

  • Measure Y -  (YES) City of Newport Beach – Amendment of the Newport Beach General Plan, Land Use Element, which if approved, the Land Use Element will be amended to reduce non-residential development, such as office, retail, and visitor accommodations, currently authorized under the existing General Plan, but allow for more residential development.
  • Measure Z - (YES) City of Rancho Santa Margarita – Initiative to Change Zoning Classification of Former Nissan Site, which if approved, would restore Commercial General Zoning to 4.74 acres.
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Posted on October 6, 2014

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