Tuesday, March 9, 2021 Special Election in Orange County!
District 2 Orange County Board of Supervisors.
Please Vote for John Moorlach for Orange County Supervisor!
The winner of this race will fulfill the term of former supervisor Michelle Steele who was recently elected to Congress. The special election will not proceed to a runoff. Instead, the highest vote-getter will be awarded the seat.
JOHN MOORLACH FOR SUPERVISOR ENDORSEMENTS (partial list)
The OC Republican Party, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, the OC Lincoln Club, the conservative California Republican Assembly (CRA), Orange County Treasurer-Tax Collector Shari Freidenrich, OC Supervisor Lisa Bartlett, radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt, former Costa Mesa Police Chief Rob Sharpnack, President of the OC Board of Education Dr. Ken Williams, OC Board of Education Trustee Mari Barke, and many mayors, city council members, and other local leaders from Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Los Alamitos, Newport Beach, Rossmoor, Seal Beach, Stanton.
VOTING QUESTIONS? Where to drop off ballots or vote in person...
Please vote in person or drop off your completed ballot as soon as possible. You can return your ballot by mail (must be postmarked no later than March 9) or drop it off at an official ballot dropbox.
In-person voting begins February 27th and additional in-person voting opens March 6th. Click here: Orange County Registrar of Voters for more info, such as details on voting-by-mail, tracking your ballot, same-day registration, etc. The Registrar of Voters phone number is: (714) 567-7600
CITIES IN THE 2ND SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICT:
Costa Mesa, Cypress, Huntington Beach, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Newport Beach, Seal Beach, Stanton, the unincorporated area of Rossmoor, and portions of Buena Park and Fountain Valley
STOP THE DISHONEST ATTACKS ON JOHN MOORLACH, FOCUS ON BEATING KATRINA FOLEY, by John Warner
"A slash and burn campaign against the most qualified candidate, John Moorlach, is underway to interfere in the special election for Orange County Supervisor District 2.
Massive amounts of money are being spent on dishonest attack ads by public sector unions and other special interests against Moorlach, a man of impeccable integrity, who has dared to challenge California's out-of-control spending and ballooning debt.
In this race, no one comes close to matching Moorlach's credentials. A former Orange County supervisor and state senator, Moorlach has been a fiscal watchdog, fighting public sector unions' abuse of the pension system and working to keep our economy strong."
"For decades, Moorlach has been a fierce champion of Orange County residents and has accomplished something rare in politics today: He has repeatedly addressed problems on the horizon before they become cataclysmic policy failures that hurt Orange County."
JOHN MOORLACH WILL PROTECT ORANGE COUNTY TAXPAYERS, by Jon Coupal, president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
"Moorlach's experience in complex matters of government finance would be especially valuable to help Orange County navigate the difficult path through the pandemic without incurring reckless debt or saddling families and businesses with damaging tax increases.
For 27 years, John Moorlach has protected Orange County taxpayers from the greed of the big spenders and bigger wasters. Voters would be wise to return him to the Orange County Board of Supervisors."
JOHN MOORLACH FOR ORANGE COUNTY SUPERVISOR, OCR endorsement
"Moorlach combines his number-crunching skills "with a philosophical mooring, a courageous attitude that doesn't bend to the will of special interests, and a collegial personality." "We've watched Moorlach's career since he predicted the county's 1994 bankruptcy, served as county treasurer, supervisor and senator. He's brought the same watchdog talents and professionalism to all of those roles."