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Central Committee Elections

Every four years, registered Democratic Party voters in Orange County have the opportunity to run for – and vote for – the Democratic Party of Orange County Central Committee. This year, Central Committee candidates will be on your March 2020 primary ballot. You can vote for up to 6 Central Committee members to represent your Assembly District.

 

About the Candidates

The Democratic Party of Orange County and Laguna Woods Democratic Club gathered statements from Central Committee candidates. Statements are listed below by Assembly District. Check with your local Democratic Club for opportunities to hear from Central Committee candidates running in your area.

 

 

Unsure which Assembly District you’re in? Look up your district here or check your vote-by-mail ballot.

 

Note: Statements are compiled by the Democratic Party of Orange County (DPOC) and Laguna Woods Democratic Club as a service to registered Democratic Party voters in Orange County. DPOC does not issue endorsements for Central Committee. Statements are printed as received. Statements are the responsibility of the candidates, and not DPOC or chartered Democratic Clubs. Not all candidates submitted statements.

 

What is the Central Committee?

The Central Committee is the governing body of the Democratic Party of Orange County. Central Committee members meet every month to vote on Party business, including budgets, county and local endorsements, resolutions, bylaws, and more.

Central Committee members may be very active in the Democratic community. They may help fundraise for the Democratic Party and candidates, support Democratic Clubs, and help recruit new candidates and campaign organizers. Central Committee members may also serve as delegates to the California Democratic Party to vote on endorsements for federal offices, update our state platform and bylaws, and much more.

 

Look up candidate filings on the OC Registrar of Voters website. For more information about election qualifications, rules or procedures, contact the Registrar at (714) 567-7600 or rovwebmaster@rov.ocgov.com.

 

 

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