Now surfing may play an outsize role in the state’s 10-year redistricting process. The pastime has long defined the carefree culture and tourist economy of Orange County in Southern California, and tinged the area’s politics: Republican Dana Rohrabacher,
Though the 2022 midterms are more than a year away the political battleground of Orange County is tight enough, and the stakes high enough, that candidates running for local House seats have already raised $19 million,
It’s hard to think of a better bargain in our high-cost state than the recall election. At an estimated cost of $276 million — $7 per Californian — our state got a months-long democratic exercise that inspired public investments,
The Huntington Beach Planning Commission voted Tuesday night to green light the building of an 85-unit residential project on a site where schools previously operated. Huntington Beach City School District is in the process of selling the 13.
About two-thirds of California voters rejected the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat. He prevailed in part by tying his opponents to Donald Trump, offering a preview of the 2022 midterm elections.
With all eyes turning to California on Tuesday to see whether Gov. Gavin Newsom is recalled, a few places within the Golden State could offer some early clues -- not only about whether the Democratic governor can keep his job -- but also what the political climate might look like next year in a state where Republicans picked up four House seats in 2020.
In news that’s sure to leave the Political world in shambles, Tito Ortiz has decided to leave Politics. The former Huntington Beach Mayor announced the news to MMAJunkie. Ortiz is back in the combat sports world.
Mania! At 46 years of age, Tito Ortiz has lived an eventful life. The former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight kingpin has fought all over the world for various promotions, but he’s long remained “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy,
The city’s housing plan may not create the integrated and balanced communities that state law requires. W hen Tamara Fairbanks, an elementary school music teacher, would enter a classroom in Newport Beach,