Politics & Elections

GG candidates’ forum on Saturday

A CANDIDATE FORUM for Garden Grove will be held on Saturday.

A CANDIDATE FORUM for Garden Grove will be held on Saturday.

A candidates’ forum for municipal elections in Garden Grove will be held on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Courtyard Center, 12732 Main St.

all-politics-is-localThe event, which is open to the public, is sponsored by the Garden Grove Neighborhood Association and the Garden Grove Downtown Business Association.

Hot dogs and lemonade will be served. You can submit questions by email to Maureen.ggna@gmail.com or by calling (714) 235-5360.

On Nov. 8, local voters will – for the first time – be electing council members by district. The mayor will continue to elected city-wide.


Westminster Councilwoman Diana Carey is kicking off her re-election campaign with the endorsement of the Westminster Police Officers Association.

“Councilwoman Diana Carey has been the strongest supporter of Westminster Police,” said

DIANA CAREY (City of Westminster photo).

DIANA CAREY (City of Westminster photo).

Westminster Police Officers Association President Mike Ogawa. “Fighting gangs and crime, helping the city and businesses through tough times — she earns our highest support and thanks.  Diana Carey is the most effective, honest and smart public official and we proudly support and endorse her re-election.”

There will be two seats up for the city council in Westminster along with the mayor’s post this Nov,


Candidates for local offices are reminded that the deadline for the first pre-election campaign statements – listing contributors and loans – is set for Thursday, Sept. 29.

The statements will cover the period of July 1 through Sept. 24. City council candidates will submit their statements to the city clerk’s office in their jurisdiction.


Questionnaires for candidates for public office in Garden Grove, Huntington Beach and Westminster will soon be sent by the Orange County Tribune. The results will be posted on our website at www.orangecountytribune.com .

Candidates will be asked to submit a brief biography, answer some questions about local issues and provide a color photograph. If you don’t receive a questionnaire, contact us at orangecountytribune@gmail.com .

Running for local office in the Nov. 8 election? Send us news about endorsements, events, etc. at orangecountytribune@gmail.com .


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