Going into the final stretch of the 2020 general elections, Orange County Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley shows how it’s done; running a tight ship with innovative maneuvers. Details about voting in this election are available at: https://www.ocvote.com.
In the second segment (minute 26:37), we get acquainted with Greg Raths, Mission Viejo City Council member of the City of Mission Viejo, as he talks about his GOP candidacy challenging incumbent Katie Porter in the California 45th Congressional District race. As of this writing, the show has not been able to secure an interview with the incumbent.
Music credits: Greg Foat, “Symphonie Pacifique”; Keith Shocklee, “No Pressure,” Laswell/Shocklee: The Sam Huber Remix album; Patrice Michaels and Kuang-Hao Huang, “Dissenter of de Universe, Five Opinions and a Comment”; Notorious RBG in Song album.
As our vote-by-mail ballots are heading this week to our residences, OC Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley walks us through all the changes occurring here in the 3/3/2020 CA Primary. A good place to hang out during these next several weeks is: https://www.ocvote.com/vc/web/.
In the second segment (minute 28:27), Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley (D) talks policy in her campaign for State Senate District #37, challenging incumbent John Moorlach (R). Join us as we cover state policies as they pertain to daunting trends. David Min (D) also challenging the incumbent, will be on next week’s show.
We begin electoral coverage with a CA State Senator Kevin de León, challenging incumbent US Senate Diane Feinstein in this year’s general election on November 6th.
In the second segment (min 24:30), OC Registrar of Voters, Neal Kelley weighs in with how he’s managing this year’s midterm election; it’s the ritual, we have elections – we talk to Neal. Important voter information is available on his always improving website: https://www.ocvote.com/. On November 6th the office can be reached by phone at: 714-567-7600.
OC Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley honors our standing ritual of covering the next election around the corner. Yes, California’s primary is on June 7th, and we’re not going to let it slip your attention. OC voters can confirm their voting status at: http://www.socalvotes.com/ www.socalvotes.com. All the rest of the details are available at: http://www.ocvote.com/. Voters in other areas, can easily track down this important information by searching your county’s voting official.